Excellent. the trills are very consisitent and clear, not much variation between each playing.Chu Bun wrote:My submissions for this month. Please comment. Thanks.
I think you nailed it down. Very good consistency in both length and volume. I also like the pinky hammer on part which is loud and clear. Mine is a bit week on treble strings.Chu Bun wrote:My submissions for this month. Please comment. Thanks.
yes, you're right. i was concentrating so much on getting an even tone that I completly misssed the timing. More practice!!Chu Bun wrote:Colin,
I think in No39 we need to complete all four notes of a trill before half the duration of a beat, then let the last note rings for the rest of the duration, ......... I think you played them almost evenly.
BertBert Stendahl wrote:Lesson 6
AndreiAndrei Puhach wrote:Lesson 6 assignment (part 1):
- page 97 MORDANTS ET TRILLES n39
This one is not good at all but that's the best I can do for now...
Hi Bert, the trills exercise is very good, but the piece needs more polishing: the trills are barely recognizable in some places. Also, the chord in measure #6 is wrong.Bert Stendahl wrote:Lesson 6
Hi Colin, I second Chu here, the durations are not exactly right. But the main part is done very well. Evenness, volume and consistency are there. The only note which could sound better is the last one (I did not manage to sound it right myself )Colin Bullock wrote:MORDANTS ET TRILLES
I found this tricky on the D-E without it sounding really loud., and on the C-B it sounds tinny as though the string isnt sounding properly.
Sounds good, but probably the trills should be played a bit faster.Colin Bullock wrote:MORDANTS ET TRILLES
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This sounds a bit staccato to me, need to work on that + hesitation after trill in 2nd section.
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