RobMacKillop wrote: ↑
Tue Jul 30, 2019 8:21 am
Very nice, as ever, Tate. I'd like to hear a glissando in there somewhere, but I am a sucker for them. Just one thing the teacher in me would like addressed, perhaps, is how the third note in the melody (the chord at the beginning is the first note) should be louder than the fourth - strong/weak beats, plus it is also dissonant to the harmony, so you will get a tension-resolution thing going on. But feel free to ignore me! I still enjoyed listening to it
Considering I recorded these almost 2 years ago, I would have to work it up again. It's obviously simple, but being in that strange key lends to some awkward stretches.
Around a year ago I recorded another version with gut strings tuned to A=390hz. So far, this is the version I prefer most: https://www.classicalguitardelcamp.com/ ... 3&t=120798
The string's lower tension makes it easier to play, I think, and I really like the soft, velvety, almost ethereal sound from the gut at this low pitch. Especially for this little piece.
Should I work it up again - I will keep your suggestions in mind
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