Your pieces always sound balanced and in control (not choppy jumpy like mine). I'm looking forward to seeing your submission. I also want to check a problem that I see in mine and to some degree in Andrei's clip. I think the problem is "natural" to wrist-benders (I don't believe just because something feels natural, it is right). If you do not have that problem, then another good reason to join the straight wrist camp.Jeremy Gillard wrote:... I'm going to be embarrassed to post in comparison!
Hi Zafar...thx for watching... Damping is new to me....just learnt about it in DO1.It will come with time...my fingers are weak...have to play more...Zafar Haq wrote:Hi, Edna Lopez,
Very nice, Very pleasant,
I watched and listen both of the study assignments "ATOYE", "SOLEARES".
Good audio,video,lighting quality.
Not checked technically about finger positions,damping etc
Jeremy Gillard wrote:Good Morning Fellow Students:
I set about this morning to recording this months submissions. I look a bit disheveled, and probably half asleep. But that's ok! I think they could be better, but comments from others are very welcome! Thanks for watching.
Thanks Jeremy for watching and input. Have to get used to metronome to keep the tempo...Jeremy Gillard wrote:Hi Edna:
I thought your posts were great. You look very comfortable in your playing which is great. The only comment in soleares is the measures with triplets causes your tempo to slow down a bit. Keep up the great work! I can see a marked improvement in this month over last. It must be all that PRACTICE!