Andrei Puhach wrote:DaveMoutrie wrote:Andrei Puhach wrote:
OK, here is take #2 (the tone should be better now).
- pages 66-67 ANONYME (ca. 1860) VALSE
Thanks for posting Andrie, that does sound much better although not as sweet as your Capriche Arabe (we don't have 2 years to practice these pieces).
You also have it error free - something I have yet to achieve.
The tones still sound a little harsh for a romantic piece though, but I'm guessing a lot of this is down to the carbon fibre strings.
Noted. Another thing affecting tone is recording equipment. I record assignments on a old Nexus 6 phone camera+mic. Capricho Arabe was recorded on a good mic (Snowball) which captures the real sound very well. I compared the two: the phone mic gives somewhat shallower sound.DaveMoutrie wrote:Now you have it technically perfect it could be time to start working on dynamics.
Thank you but it is not perfect, and I already started working on an optional piece Not sure I really want to keep pushing Valse...
Yes, I started getting a bit bored with the valse and started on an optional piece as well. I'm going to go back to the valse and record it with a stronger rest stroke at some stage.