I realise now too that it's a bit too much... Although, I have 2 cameras, and I still like the idea of filming two different perspectives. I will be careful on my next videos, thanks for your feedback on this !David_Norton wrote:The back-and-forth video edits are visually very annoying. Why not just stay in one camera position? It is not even two minutes long.
Thank you !therebelartist wrote:Excellent Alan, I enjoyed your playing very much. I agree with David's comment that your long fingers help a lot with the stretches for performing this Prelude.David_Norton wrote:Nice playing. Your extremely long fingers help a lot on performing this.
I did, thank you Alan.Alan Perros wrote:Home-recorded this summer, I hope you'll enjoy it
Actually, my wrist is completely relaxed. This right-hand position is quite "old school", although there's still several guitarists who play that way in France, because a lot of guitarists and teachers were formed since the 1980's by Lagoya. The basic principle of this position is to let the hand fall, completely relaxed, and then turn lighlty the wrist in order that the fingers face the strings. This position is quite rare now, though I'm in quite good company : Cheers !markodarko wrote:Out of interest, do you suffer from any pain in your right wrist when playing for prolonged periods? I only ask as it appears quite curved in order to be perpendicular to the strings. I wonder if you lowered the guitar a smidge if your wrist would straighten out...?
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