It is an easier one, indeed, and, didactically speaking, I wonder why Fernando Sor did not put it earlier in the Opus 60. You play it well, Yisrael, I have nothing to say - good tempo, clear notes, good tone. However, I don't know which edition of Sor's studies you are following, but in my Chanterelle edition there is a repeat sign at the end of the piece (measure 24), which means that the whole thing should be repeated, starting from the beginning, which you don't. Don't you have this repeat sign in your score?Yisrael van Handel wrote: ↑Thu Sep 28, 2017 6:41 pmSor Opus 60, no 13
This is an easier piece, although it is not easy to get the right horizontal movement in the A part; that it, it is easy to fall into the trap of creating a boom, boom, boom effect (emphasizing the vertical thirds and sixths) rather than a flowing melody. Comments welcome.
Oops. That is a repeat sign at the end. I did not realize that because there is no inverted repeat sign anywhere to tell you how far back to repeat. Did not realize that you could have this kind of repeat sign to repeat the entire piece. Learned something new. Thank you for your comments.Jorge Oliveira wrote: ↑Mon Oct 02, 2017 7:11 pmI don't know which edition of Sor's studies you are following, but in my Chanterelle edition there is a repeat sign at the end of the piece (measure 24), which means that the whole thing should be repeated, starting from the beginning, which you don't. Don't you have this repeat sign in your score?
Hi Hugo:hgamboa wrote: ↑Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:47 pmHello,
So I saw this challenge and the impressive activity that was generated, and I'm tempted to give my attempt to follow Sor's Opus 60.
I've started reading the thread but it will also take some time... Is there a resume of the major findings of the process or the best is to read all the threads?
Thanks for the enthusiasm placed on this endeavour!
Hi, Henny, long time no see you... , I thought we had "lost" you, welcome back! Yes, during Summer the activity in this thread diminished considerably as you can see in the statistic tables I published, but it is slowly recovering. Enjoy your holidays, then.Henny wrote: ↑Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:52 amhello All,
i need to catch up with you for Nr 16. where i left off.
for the moment i will be on holiday till the end of this month but i have never stopped playing and recording only i wanted to focus more on anylising pieces. after my holiday i hope to participate again but maybe not that frequent.
I listened to yisraels and Jorges last recordings..good to hear the progress
i reworked a long time on study 1, 2, and 3, 7 and 8 as i was not too happy about it, now i am working on op31 nr 3
like i said, i will come back here again
with regards,keep the good initiative flowing,
Right, Yisrael, count me in. We could even start a new Let's learn Sor's Opus 31 together, shall we? Project, no?
Count me in. I am on board.
But, Jorge, let's have a meeting of the main players here, study the lessons learned (I mean, from running the group, not from playing the pieces), look at the high and low points, and see if we need to make any adjustments. My current thinking is that we should have opened a new topic for each piece. It would make searching easier, the backlog of comments less unwieldy, and it would bring the group to the attention of a broader audience. Another point that might be worth discussing is whether this is the right approach or whether we should join the Delcamp lessons. I would be interested in hearing other people's views.