Here are my submissions or lesson 2. Once again audio only. I am hoping to be prepared to post video by the time I have lesson 3 under my fingers.
Here are few of my thoughts:
C Major scale: I think that I was able to achieve reasonably good dynamics, I was pleased with that.
Doucement, Doucement: Once again I was happy with the dynamics in general but I think that I was a bit heavy on the 5th in the final measure
Jig: I let the B in measure 2 ring a little longer than I would have like and it bled into the following G. I did not get it muted quickly enough. I also think that the nail clicks on the strings are too prominent and somewhat distracting in this recording.
La Tete Bizarde: I allowed too much sympathetic string noise to come through on measures 2 and 4 the first time through, this was not as prominent on the repeat. I also caught my nail on the G string as I played the C in measure 24. One note on this piece, I struggled a bit with the thumb on the D in the first phrase. I found that when I played with the thumb I would mute the following G and it did not ring free. I had a breakthrough when I watched the instructional video closely and found that Maestro Delcamp plays the D with his index finger. When I copied his fingering I found that the piece flowed much more smoothly.
Thanks for listening, I look forward to your comments,
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