I have many friends that make a life from music (what is really a nightmare in Brazil so i not planning to do that), they frequently tell me some tips but that is not a every day event.
Mr Delcamp material and others cited are pretty good, however i feel lack of direction in the technique exercises and always prefer to work on pieces and technical problems related to pieces, but i acknowledge that some technical exercises are necessary (like improvising in scales and others).
Not tense, but in the morning i seem to have less sense of ergonomy and muscular tone, coordination seems worst than afternoon.
Good ideia, thank you !wchymeus wrote: ↑Sun Jul 30, 2017 7:31 amLevel wise: we are all different (mostly due to affinity with some material I guess and also understanding of music). Ring of the bells is a relatively easy piece in level 5 compared to others. And this is Delcamp's ranking (Trinity College system is different for example). I'd suggest you look at Tarrega's pieces in each Delcamp level and see which one you can play and cannot... that could give you (imho) a good idea.
Best of luck!
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