Thanks for your comments. I'm using p-m-i-m. I agree that the issue you outline is the main problem with this rendition. I think when I play it at this speed my fingers sort of trip over one and other. It may be something to do with the fact I usually push the string in quite a bit, when playing slower pieces, in order to produce a fuller sound. However, it appears that when playing repeated notes on a single string, at a very fast tempo, this doesn't work and one maybe has to play these kind of passages with a lighter touch, using mostly the nail and less flesh.crisscross wrote:Overall very nice! At some points the repeated notes sound a tiny bit stuttering (like country guitar chickenpicking ). May I ask what right hand fingering you use for those passges? p-a-m-i or p-i-m-i?
Im practising the same study at the moment, I'm using a Noad edition where the fingering is p-a-m-i. It will take me some time until I'll play as fluently as you though.
From a point of view of getting the best sound possible, you are absolutely right. I recorded myself yesterday and it sounded a little uneven with the p-a-m-i fingering.Personally, I don't agree with Noad's fingering of p-a-m-i.
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