powderedtoastman wrote: ↑
Fri Dec 07, 2018 1:01 am
With regards to number 7: Since you mention the tricky rhythms that are in there though, I don't know if I'm hearing them all as I would interpret them from the score in this version.
I hope my comments are helpful!
Your comments were quite helpful indeed, powderedtoastman
, thank you. I went back to my guitar and this time I worked with a metronome (an iPhone app whose beats I could hear in and AirPod in my left ear
) to make sure I stayed within tempo. I also decreased the speed to 1/8 = 150 bpm. M. Jean-François Delcamp plays
it at around 140 bpm. His rendition is wonderful, although he does not seem too worried in keeping a strict rhythm or the value of the rests between the sections (as a learner, I don't dare to do it, it might be misinterpreted
). As a by-product of this revision, I also discovered that in the first beat of m.14 I was playing a C treble instead of an E
. Anyway, there you have, below, my V3 of the #7, where, I expect, the wrong durations of the notes you pointed out are now correct. But, please, let me know if there is still anything that needs to be ironed out
As usual, the record was produced with the Zoom Handy Recorder app on my iPhone, the sound capture being made by an iRig microphone that connects directly to the iPhone. The guitar used was, this time, my Hermanos Camps Master No. 3 (2014), also with Knobloch Actives Carbon CX, High Tension strings, 2 months and 22 days old and 51,86 hours of effective playing time. The resulting .wav
file was, as usual, processed with the Audacity audio editor on Windows 10 to produce the .wma
files below. Apart from cutting and splicing the audio wave file to eliminate some not so well succeeded sections, no special effects were added during the recording and editing sessions.
Sor, Fernando - Opus 60 #7 (V3).mp3
So, now, the table of posted records is the following:
The corresponding Excel file (TPR
) is stored in my Google Drive and any Forum Member can download and use it at any time. By pointing to any particular post, the reader will have available not only the sound or video file but also all the subsequent comments made by other Forum members.
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