HiGraham Gaya wrote: ↑Thu Nov 01, 2018 5:21 pm@Mazen, like the old Michael Jordan commercial, one misses 100% of shots not taken! Being able to submit something is taking a shot so you are well on your way. Jeffery is spot on about the positioning. On an older thread someone had posted this video and it was very helpful for me to understand the why's of proper position hopefully that will help. In terms of practice, the tip shared about practing short pieces e.g. a few measures at a time really helps with note accuracy and tempo. Keep it up, in just the two lessons we've done, i've been amazed at the level of progress so stay on and we can all finish together.Jeffrey Wijnans wrote: ↑Thu Nov 01, 2018 2:01 pm@Mazen: Better late than never!
Good effort! your missing some tempo/speed in the last two pieces but that will come with time and practice. Your sitting position might be something too look at. Right now your right hand is making some ulnar deviation (bend too the side of the pinky) which builds a bit of unnecessary tension and makes you prone to injury. On the other hand I see high level players do this as well so maybe its there anatomy or something I just dont know at this point in time so take that part of the advice with a grain of salt.
Keep up the good work! See you in the next lessons
Yes need more Practice for tempo
This vedio is helpful