Chariot0 wrote: ↑
Tue Dec 05, 2017 5:10 pm
Jorge Oliveira wrote: ↑
Mon Nov 27, 2017 12:25 am
Any time a rendition is posted I add a correspondent entry in the so-called "Table of posted records".
Hi! I just got here and I'm loving this thread. I've gone about 10 pages in and the decided to go to the end and read backwards a bit to make sure this thing didn't just die. I'm glad to see that it has been going over a year. I did run across this post from a little over a week ago referring to a "Table of posted records". What is this? Where can I find it? Thank you so much.
I'm really busy right now with a couple of different projects but I look forward to being able to contribute some recordings to this thread soon.
Thanks, I'm glad you like this thread. It's quite long, indeed, if I were you I wouldn't venture to read it all. The idea of the Topic is for anyone willing to learn how to play all the 25 pieces of Fernando Sor's Opus 60, to do so with the help of other Forum members. Post a record of any of these pieces and you for sure will get comments on your rendition. These comments will help you to improve your playing and you may post later a second, supposedly better, rendition if you feel so, or simply go to learn the next one. The next one can be any of the 25 pieces, but I advice you to start with the #1 and follow through in sequence, as they were intended by Sor as an introductory course he wrote for his students late in his life (he also wrote a Method).
As for the "Table of posted records", any time any Forum member posts in this thread a record of a piece for the first time, I open an entry for him on an Excel table I keep on my PC, put the date of the post in the column corresponding to the piece and post the updated table. The last table can be found almost at the end of page 47 of this thread, in a post of mine dated 26-Nov-2017 (11:22h), and the previous one can found on page 46 of the thread, on a post of mine dated 12-Nov-2017 (00:09h). And so on...
By looking at the table, you can see, for instance, that my last record of the #10 was posted on 24-Apr-2014. So, if you want to hear it, you just have to navigate the thread backwards until you reach this date and search for my post. In the same post you will also find what was, then, the most updated version of the table of posted records, with my new entry of the #10. With the help of such a table, you could also look for, and hear, renditions of the #10, or any other pieces, posted by other members of this group of learners.
I hope all is clear to you now and I look forward for your first rendition of one of Sor's Opus 60 pieces. If you experience difficulties in recording your play and post it in this thread, just let me know, I may be able to help you.