Well that is basicly what I meant by a 'modern' approach. It may not be the most appropriate wording and I am no expert on interpretation, but it just means, that it doesn't sound the way many people would expect from Renaissance lute music. The tempo is quite quick for an Allemande and as you mentioned, the dynamics don't really follow any interpretative patterns. I hope I explained myself at least a little bit and thak you for the question.Yisrael van Handel wrote: ↑Sat Nov 17, 2018 5:59 pmVojtech,
I am curious what makes your approach modern. Your left-hand fingering is planned to produce a very legato line, which certainly sounds good, although not exactly lute-like. I noticed that you did not emphasize the declaration-response pattern of early Baroque music; however, I am very curious what you meant by that your approach is modern? By the way, great playing, even if not exactly what I expected for early Baroque music.
Thank you for your response. Yes, we clearly both mean the same thing. I have not yet learned how to play Baroque music, but Performing Baroque Music on the Classical Guitar by Peter Croton is on my list of things to study in the near future. It is a great book, very well written. I enjoyed your playing.