It's good to hear from you again, Hugo, I must confess I thought you had given up on Sor's Opus 60 Project . Welcome back, then.hgamboa wrote: ↑Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:28 pmHello to all,
I've been absent of producing a recording, but kept following this amazing forum, and continued slowly to practice Opus 60.
The main difficulty is to create a decent recording with minimal mistakes but today I got to a recording that I'm not ashamed!
I've tried to give some different expression on the repeats of this Nr 5...
Here it is:
My best regards to you all.
I listened with attention to your rendition of the #5 and, no doubt, it is learned. The tempo is fantastic, the notes are clear, though I didn't like the record itself, there is a predominance of basses. That may result from your recording apparatus, I don't know. Are you using an external condenser microphone or are you recording using your PC's internal microphone? An external microphone is always better...
Concerning the rendition, I just have the following minor observations:
- In m.19 you use a E Bass. In my Chanterelle edition it is an A bass, instead. But the truth is, as our friend Jez has already pointed out that, in older editions (such as the one in Delcamp's archive), the bass note in m.19 is an open E.
- I think you are not playing the slurs in m.20 and m.36. Please check.
- Finally, in m.39 you are playing both notes, C treble, of the tie.
So, now, the table of posted (TPR) 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.