I’ve been looking for a way to delete this post as I started a new topic for this instead of adding it to my first post for challenge #6.
Any help on how to delete appreciated.
LynnyR replied to the topic Lynette Rhodes Giuliani Etude No 1 (grade 2) Bars 9-12 in the forum Challenge #6 Repertoire Excerpts 5 days, 1 hour ago
I’m finding the change from last note in bar 9 to the first note in bar 10 awkward to do. Also noticed in playing back my pinky finger does not reach right across the fret on the g note. Also, getting to the first notes in bar 11 is tricky.
This week I’ll isolate these changes when practising.
LynnyR replied to the topic Lynette Rhodes Giuliani Etude No 1 (grade 2) Bars 9-12 in the forum Challenge #6 Repertoire Excerpts 6 days, 23 hours ago
Oops, Roger reminded me I don’t need to start a new topic for each video post in the challenges.
Adding week 2 here, hopefully this works and I’ll continue to add the next 2 weeks here as I go.
Week 2 Challenge#6
Seniors moment with the postings…..I’ll try and add the second video to the first post and continue on that way. Thanks for the feedback and wish me luck with sorting these postings out 😂😂😂😂
LynnyR started the topic Lynette Rhodes Giuliani Etude No 1 (grade 2) Bars 9-12 in the forum Challenge #6 Repertoire Excerpts 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Aim for week 2 of challenge is for more confident accuracy of finger placement.
Looking forward to the new member challenge in May. I definitely need to sign up for this one to get myself back on track with my grade 2 work. I’ve been sidetracked with an opportunity to be part of the Sydney Classical Guitar Society’s Orchestra performance in June. First time for everything and it’s very exciting and oh so challenging. 😅 Lovin…[Read more]
Such a wonderful podcast Narayan and Roger thank you both. Seems like Serendipity has walked with you on your guitar journey Narayan. My copy of Noad cost me $1:95 AUD in 1968 and was my introduction to learning to read notation in relation to the guitar. Happy for you on your reuniting with guitar.
Hi there Donna, commiserations re your carpal tunnel issue. I had a wrist tendonitis issue last year, putting a stop to my guitar progress for a while. Hoping resting will improve it for you soon.
I see you’ve very cleverly mastered voice recognition software and will still be hosting Chopin in March. That is awesome, looking forward to more m…[Read more]
Great advice and ideas, thanks to all who posted. I’ll have plenty of time to put all this into practice for submitting grade 2 in October.
Best wishes to everyone who will be submitting in April.
Thanks for the video Mark, I think Paco & Co were the reason many folk picked up a guitar.
Getting a bit off the Dowland track here but here is an example of some fairly recent Flamenco improvisation.
Hi Mark, I believe you’re right on Flamenco being improvisatory, there may be composers of the form however I’m not sure it has been a written form, rather one that is passed on in person. Not something I can lay claim to being able to play either 😂😂 way beyond my capabilities I just truly appreciate the art form.
A couple of links here with som…[Read more]
John Dowland month has been amazing. I confess to having little knowledge to speak of re John Dowland or this period in music. Flamenco music is my first love, however, thanks to all who have researched, contributed and posted here a new horizon has opened up for me. Awesome 🎶 Thank you.
Looking forward to next month and furthering my musical…[Read more]
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