Congratulations, David, on a fluent and lively performance full of musical energy.
Probably, what you referred to as “bad habits” are becoming lost in the past.
Keep up the good work.
Congratulations on your submission, ShannonAnn.
Like Kari (and also Martha and others) said, we must be patient with our body and enjoy ourselves in our evolutionary path. But from what I’ve seen you should be confident that you are in the right track. I loved particularly your tone and RH control.
Thanks John, for your encouraging words and very positive support.
I totally agree with you that when we play we must definitely enjoy ourselves, that’s for sure the main thing, and we must sweep over the limitations we show at those performing occasions.
But, at least for me, I can not escape afterwards from my analytical side assessing those…[Read more]
Thank you so much, Mark.
I’m touched by yours and other CGC members support.
Even if possibly I will be the worst critic to myself: I do find the performance fair to my current level, but misses (at least) precision and also a little more musicality. If my hands will not be “out-of-tune” after my holidays (without guitar), I will give it anoth…[Read more]
Thank you so much for your kind words, Barbara.
I still have a long way to progress and one day I might play those pieces as I would like it to (with more control, more precision and more relaxed).
Thanks a lot for listening and for your kind words, Narayan.
I still have to work out a lot to control better my right hand, that has its own will, but I will persevere on that task.
I confess that you are one of my references around here in the way you are able to control the guitar and express a great musicality. That inspires me to work harder.…[Read more]
Thanks a lot for your kind words and encouragement, Mark.
I’m conscious that I had a lot of flaws and it is clear that I still have to invest a great deal in my RH control, but I’m always amused and love (as the majority of our CGC colleagues) the classic guitar challenges ahead.
All the best,
Very nice work, Barbara.
I felt that you were really into the pieces, with musicality and a great tone.
Keep it up and balance it as possible with your new obligations.
Congratulations on your submission, Sanne.
I feel you managed to overcome the “camera syndrome” (I also have it a lot and alaways feel that I’m able to play better when I’m relaxed just enjoying and playing to myself) and presented a very nice musical moment.
I wish you all the best,
Great concert, Mark.
I confess that I particularly enjoyed the Sor B minor and Birds; I felt that you were really inside the pieces living each note and articulation.
All dynamics were marvelous.
Keeep up the good work (and maybe the dog could be more in tune ;)
All the best,
Congratulations Kari and thank you for these (musical) moments of great sensibility. In my humble opinion, I always prefer to listen to things that really touch us in our hearts, than perfect cold performances.
And I also agree with you and Richard that sometimes is better not to rush over apparent victories and go deeply inwards and take more…[Read more]
Congratulations for your great performance, Richard.
I believe working (again and deeply, as you mentioned) in the same material paid off.
Besides everything, you demonstrate a richness of dynamics that really makes each piece full of colors and variation, which also boosts emotion.
Best of luck for your path.
Great job Narayan.
You, as many others, are alaways quite inspirational for us, novices, to improve our skills.
Keep up the excellent work, for the 202x decade.
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