This little composition is by a French-Canadian Composer, Ludovic-Alexandre Morin. He has a lot of great compositions available here and on his site (he's quite a player, too!) Another favorite of mine by him is "Les Quatres Cents Coups" - just lovely..
Anyways, I hadn't played this one for a while, so I thought I'd have a go at it with my recently developed fingertip technique (without fingernails, sans ongles, sin uñas haha). I tried hard to craft the shape and sound of each note. I've been playing a tiny bit closer to the bridge than I normally would. I think the definition of the sound is nice and firm while retaining the sweetness of the sound quality you can get by playing without fingernails on gut and silk strings.
Thanks for listening!
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Last edited by tateharmann on Fri Jul 08, 2016 12:56 pm, edited 1 time in total.
"The tone of a string struck with the fingertip possesses an intrinsic beauty, which affects the deepest feelings of our sensibility, just as air and light permeate space." - Emilio Pujol