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This forum is for our discussions on any classical guitar works. Regardless of whether these works are still under copyright, we can illustrate our discussions with extracts to a maximum length of 8 bars or 30 seconds, using attached audio files (mp3, wav or wma) or video files (mov or wmv). Only attached files are permitted. Links to audio and video files are not allowed. However, we can say in our posts "you can hear a model interpretation by such and such a guitarist on such and such a site".
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Previously I'd really only played flamenco and a dozen or so Spanish pieces; I picked up Hal Leonard book because it had several Tarrega pieces - I'd learned to play them by ear, but had never seen the sheet music.
I've learned a couple of the Carcassi pieces, Guiliani, Sanz, Sor, the Beethoven piece you referenced and am now working on Bach's Jesu. Its a nice book; I had the spine cut off my copy, and then had it mounted in a 5 ring binder; of course, when I'm practicing a piece I'll make a copy and write all over it, preserving my original.
And, thanks for the link, Hank.
J.S. Bach works brilliant for classical guitar and this piece is one of the best. I use a transcription by Marcel Robinson which I bought years ago in a book "Finger Picking J.S. Bach" which is slightly more complex than the one you play.
The comment I would make about this is that you don't seem to be playing the melody notes "apoyando" (the rest stroke) - so they don't stand out as they should. You seem to be playing all the notes tirando which is not the intention.
The comment I would make is that you seem to be playing the piece tirando, and I think the idea is to play the melody notes apoyando (rest stroke). This makes the melody stand out from the background - but it does introduce another element of difficulty for the right hand. It will improve the sound though.
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