As far as I can tell, I play the sixteenth notes with correct duration. If you listen to Professor Delcamp's version, he uses some rubato in that measure slowing down before the 16th notes, and then accelerating the tempo, so the 16th notes sound faster in comparison. Could it be that this confuses you?Angela Zhao wrote:El Postillon
on M27 the duration of the slur is sixteenth note,it sound like quaver.
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When I first did this course in 2013, the fingering of the menuet was different, much harder than it is now. I then penciled some changes into my copy of the sheet. My fingering for M21 is different than the current version of D05 collection. I play the upper voice as 0, 2, 4, 0, 3, 4 and lower voice as 1, 3, 1. Measures 20, 22 and 23 I play using the indicated fingering. There are some difficult sections in those measures, and it really takes lots of practice to get them fluent. You will need to be very careful with your damping as well to make both voices sound clear (not in those measures in particular, but especially the first part where open strings are used extensively).Angela Zhao wrote:Menuet
I really envy the second part you play, I'm still struggle in the M20-23, how do you play it fluency, I feel it difficult play as Delcamp's finger point.