Very nice Haris. I too am glad to move on to the next lesson.
I know you and I are a little different in terms of sticking to tempo. I am a Segovia disciple. To me, as he said, Tempo is like a row of trees, not telegraph poles. Your tempo/rhythm is perfect. Having said that, I think Scarborough Faire is one of those pieces that you can vary the tempo to get a nice flow in the melody. I agree with Duang: you were a little rushed in measure 4 through the rallentando. Also in measure 16, you were a little early I think on the 16th notes at the end of the measure.
Really excellent on the "Itsy Bitsy Spider" Paganini. I thought you could dampen the basses more quickly, more staccato in places.
The Novelette was perfect. My only critique is that you seemed to play through the rallentando in measure 10. Also you could emphasize the Crescendo/Decrescendo more, measures 7,15,19. You may have done so and it didn't come through on the recording. The ending was perfect. Very expressive.
Bravo my friend!
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