I see your point, Henni, I'll be more careful in my new recording. Nevertheless, 75 is not fast is what I feel adequate to the piece.
However, now that we are here, may be you could clarify things in the score that are puzzling me, for sure because I did not have a formal musical education and these small details elude me. Take for instance, the very first note of the score of this #6, a G. Aligned with this G - an eight note -, there is, just below it and bellow the staff, an eight rest. What is the meaning of it? Is it to indicate that this G, extracted naturally with the third open string, should not be allowed to sound beyond its one eight duration? But, if yes, how can you damp such a fast note and not stumble in the following one? Or is it that this rest is replacing a bass eight note that is not there but could be? Indeed, if you look at the following measure, there is no rest in the bass line as the half note C completes the two quarters of the 2/4 score time signature. And, if you look at the bass line of the second measure, there is a quarter rest bellow the staff which, together with the third note, a quarter F, completes the two quarters in the bass line required by the score time signature. Also, if you go to the treble area of the staff in this second measure, indeed you have three eight notes which, together with the eight rest in the third position (above the F), also completes the 2/4 time signature of the score. If I'm reasoning correctly, then both the treble and the bass lines of a score must conform with its time signature and, in this case, the very first note of this #6 is simply played, its volume would decay naturally and that would be all. Would you, or anyone else, please, comment on this?
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1972 - Kuniharu Nobe #8, 658/51, Spr, RW B&S, Tokio, JP
1979 - Ryoji Matsuoka No.40, 650/51, Ced, RW B&S, JP
1987 - Aria A558, 650/51, Ced, lam RW B&S, Nagoya, JP
2014 - Hermanos Camps Master Nº 3, 650/52, CA Ced, MG RW B&S, Banyoles, ES