Yisrael van Handel wrote:
.. I think I would give the last note at the end of each phrase its full value rather than making it staccato...
Henny wrote:Hello Jorge,
you play much more relaxed, the musical phrasing comes out better. like Yisrael said well done.
your improvement now reminded me of the what Sor wrote in his introduction to Op 60.: to take the fingers of the string when needed elsewhere.
I also agree with Yisrael about the last remark.
have a nice day Jorge.
Thank you again, Yisrael, thank you, Henny, for listening and for your comments, I'm really pleased
. Concerning your remark on the last note of each phrase
(I understand you mean the note of the last measure of a section, limited by a bold bar line, with or without a repeat sign), I wonder if you could clarify how to connect it to the note that immediately follows it in the score - the first note of the current section if you have a repeat sign, or the first note of the following section, otherwise. Should one make a small, though unwritten, pause before moving into the first note of the next section? Take, for instance, the last C
in measure 8 of the #6, and the first isolated note, a G
, just before measures 1 (when the section is repeated) and 9. Should one keep the C
ringing for its length - 1 quarter beat - or should we leave the ringing further before plucking the G
? And, if yes, for how long exactly? Three quarters? I've not been doing it and thus the staccato
you noticed in my rendition? I've been searching the Internet for an answer to this with no avail. Can you (or Henny) help me? Thanks in advance
and a nice day for you both.