It is from this website, the Delcamp edition!robinfw wrote:This is not transcribed for guitar properly.
What is the source?
Best to edit it to your own needs.
I use the Scheit edition. Apart from the last bar (the trill is written out in Scheit) it's identical.robinfw wrote:This is not transcribed for guitar properly.
Are you sure about the harmonic for C# being on string 2, fret VII?Guero wrote:Hello Adrian!
You could play harmonics 2 and 3 on string two, RH fret VII and IX. The next harmonics on V, IV, III are fine. (Btw, on some guitars art. harm. are harder to play than on others, although the guitar is "better" and sounds better)
Or you play this passage one octve lower, which for the harmonics is easier. Or, like Ana Vidovic, you don't play them at all.
Yes, if your left hand plays c# on fret II you get the art. harm. on fret XIV and the harm. one octave higher on fret VII.Adrian Allan wrote:Are you sure about the harmonic for C# being on string 2, fret VII?
Thanks for your help.Guero wrote:Yes, if your left hand plays c# on fret II you get the art. harm. on fret XIV and the harm. one octave higher on fret VII.Adrian Allan wrote:Are you sure about the harmonic for C# being on string 2, fret VII?
Personally, I wouldn't worry too much about this passage. It seems like most of the YT guitarists play naturals here. The risk of mishitting is too high.
I'd rather play it one octave lower, like Moretti does on youtube. (only where sh's playing the 1st mov)
The first 3 on string two, the others on string one.
Thanks - he certainly has a lovely tone and some interesting approaches. I will try to work out exactly how he plays that passage.Luis_Br wrote:I recommend you check Sergio Abreu recording of it:
He does some small changes putting or removing some octaved notes and some small variations that results better dynamics and drama to the piece, IMO. He has a particularly nice solution to this passage, I think you can guess through the audio with the score in hands. This is a player with amazing control of sound and dynamics. I particularly like the long crescendo he does in the beginning of the second movement. Only real masters can do this on the guitar and I think it is hard to find such effect this days. To me the original LP sounds even better than the compressed youtube version.
There is also an edition by Eduardo Fernandez which is different and has some nice ideas, published by Ricordi Argentina.
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