Thank you! I was trying to figure out how to put the video here but it wasn't visible...Marko Räsänen wrote:Hi Eva,
I edited your submission posts to have the youtube videos embedded on the forum topic page, which is the way we prefer to have the students' youtube recordings here at the lessons. By following this link, you will learn how to do it yourself.
You are right. I should keep the fingers of the left hand holding the notes that I will repeat later...Mark Farber wrote:Eva,
Your Schiarazula sounded very nice. I noticed that you seem to be moving your left hand around quite a bit. You should be able to reduce the movement by keeping your fingers planted on strings, which makes focussing on the right hand even easier.
Thank youjorge nuño guerrero wrote:EVA well , I liked your interpretation , I can see that you've done a good job , I like the movement of the fingers of the left hand, I congratulate you and continues so .
Thanks for pointing that out, the bass notes are indeed very inconsistent. That is something i definitly have to work on.Mark Farber wrote: The only thing I would suggest is, particularly with the second Arpeggio, try to keep the tone produced by your thumb more constant. Some base notes were very clear while others were barely audible. Look forward to hearing your next recordings.
Jorge, you have only posted the 4 note part of the arpeggio exercise. You need to post the 3 note part as well, if you want this lesson to qualify towards the exam requirements. When the required submission is in two parts, students sometimes miss the other part, which is why I'm reminding you. If you intend to post that some time later, that is ok as well.jorge nuño guerrero wrote:Hello everyone here my first videos , the SHIARANZULA MARANZULA has given me some trouble therefore I command after the .
MIGUEL encourage partner GRAJEDA see if you have something.
EVA also much encouragement !!!!