Awww, it's ok, Nelson and thank you for the tip, I appreciate that. You remind me of a shy friend of mine . And I love our forum etiquette though. That's how gentlemen treat each other. *hat tip*Nelson Lee wrote:Binh. I noticed I misspelled your name when I gave you feedback on your videos. Please forgive me for that mistake and I will be more careful in the future. Again, exceptional effort on your practice and keep it up. Regards, Nelson.
Hi Nelson, thank you for your tips, I'll keep them in mind next time I practice. Yes, I do have a metronome as an app on my phone and I know I have to use it more often. I'll try to do this too.Nelson Lee wrote:Lucian Bistreanu wrote:Hi everyone,
Here are my attempts
Hi Lucian. Nice work. Try plucking by bending at the highest knuckle joint and keeping your index and middle finger a little straighter. Plus, do you have a metronome? It would be good to use one to keep the piece steady and moving forward. Your left hand fingering is wonderful! Nelson. Ps. Courage and keep practicing.
Pretty nice work Vaugh, be mindful of the 4 repeated A notes in measure 5 of Au Clair De La Luna, just a minor note reading observation.Vaughn Phillipson wrote:Hi everybody, heres my recordings for thew first lesson, sorry bout the camera angle, ill get the left hand in next time round, just trying to catch up a bit as well. Appreciate you feedback.
Have a good weekend
Hi Aowinter,aowinter zhang wrote:aowinter zhang wrote:Hello,my teacher and my classmates.this is my first homework. please give me some advice. Thank you very much!
Au clair de la lune
Aowinter, please read the conditions for participating the lessons. You will need to publicize the lessons in some way, and post into registration topic saying how you have accomplished that, and ask to be registered as a student. Only registered students are allowed to post their recordings here at the Lessons.aowinter zhang wrote:Hello,my teacher and my classmates.this is my first homework. please give me some advice. Thank you very much!
Au clair de la lune
Hi Nelson,Nelson Lee wrote:hello people! I have been practicing the pieces in lesson 1, but it's been challenging! I've recorded three pieces, and the rest will be done by this week. I'll keep on giving feedback though. Question: I keep on finding things to work on in each piece. Is there an area where I can get an explained lesson on technique for each piece? (Besides trying to find a private teacher) The video demonstrations are very cool, and having an explanation on techniques for each of the pieces would even be more awesome. Any suggestions would help. Trying my best, Nelson
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