Thank you Rick for sharing about those 3-note line with a line again. I have to admit when you first mentioned it I didn’t get it. I think I understand it better now and I really like what you are doing with the excerpt.
Yeah Scott had shared that. I was way too overwhelmed by all the extra notes you need to fit into the trill when I first looked at it. But scrolling down that page and looking at the section under Trill, the letter c. is for a 16th note and that actually looks doable. We would only have to add one more note to what we are already doing.
Great stuff. I think like most of us, you have a pull to speed up at the end when trying to play slowly. But everything sounded really good. I don’t understand how those trills can get better. haha
Thank you Rick!
Thank you Scott! I think I have settled on the same thing with the F#. I’ve tried the hinge barre thing and it requires some very precise coordination to make it work. I might try to put a bit of effort into it this week but I’m not gonna go crazy about it.
I have been completely consumed this week by the membership challenge. I get like this every once in awhile. Usually with a video game, but this week its been with the Bach Allemande. Most of my focus has been on the second half of the B section for the membership challenge. But I have also been working on the first half.
This week I attend…[Read more]
This week I started putting more effort into learning the first half of the B section. Sshhh don’t tell Dave. I’m finding it really interesting how different the first part of the B section feels from the end of the B section.
I also took the time this week to listen to some other players on YouTube playing this particular Allemande as wel…[Read more]
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