I'm posting Sor's Opus 60 #12 for you all to listen to and comment. 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 my Hermanos Camps Master with Konobloch Actives Carbon CX, High Tension strings (4,5 months old already, but still going ok, I think). The resulting .wav file was then processed with the Audacity audio editor on Windows 10 to produce the .wma file below. My impressions of this piece are, as usual, in green:
Sor’s Opus 60, Nº 12. Learning period: 09May17 - 27May17 Comment: Except for the counterpoint in measures 19-21 - the most difficult part to bring up to speed (around 1/4 = 65 bpm) - this composition is not difficult to play. Nevertheless, it took me three weeks to have it ready to post, one week more than I thought I would need.
So, now, the table of posted studies is the following:
My next self-assignment is to post a sound file of the #13 study.
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1972 - Kuniharu Nobe #8, 658/51, Spruce, RW B&S, Tokio, Japan
1987 - Aria A558, 650/51 mm, Cedar, laminated RW B&S, Nagoya, Japan
2014 - Hermanos Camps Master Nº 3, 650/52 mm, Canadian Cedar, Madagascar RW B&S, Banyoles, Spain