Oh man, the Maestro returns ! A very nice, finger twisting piece.. I think I should try and learn some things from this too !
Thanks Ben it's my favorite classical music piece!
Fantasticl piece Cosmin !! The end is epic !
Great Piece Cosmin....A great workout for finger independence.....
Beautiful Cosmin - and very cool etude. Don't miss comsins new licks workshop:
Awesome man! You really captured Vivaldi here! There are so many covers of Vivaldi's seasons nowadays, especially Summer and Winter, but there aren't (m)any truly ORIGINAL performances which capture his work and the baroque sound without simply copying his exact ideas! Excellent work
Excellent piece man, sounds very cool!
Wow great melody and lesson! I'll be sure to practise this.
By the way, I can't seem to rate the lesson, does anyone know whether that is no longer a function in use? Maybe it should be removed or?
Thank you guys! @Alexiaden93 - I think it's working but you might write Bogdan Radovic a PM. He'll tell you everything there is to know regarding the technical details around here @Dinaga thanks mate I'm glad you like it!
This is so freaking cool. Must learn
Yeah, great tone and playing, Cosmin. I also like a baroque mood which I see in this video - great light and colors!
Thank you Piotr - your classical pieces are so awesome man!! and thanks to Mudbone - if you need assistance, let me know
Hey! I could locate the rate button before too, I just can't press it. >_
Try reloading your browser/emptying the cache/using different one to see if it works my friend.
This is a great sounding piece. It's something that sounds amazing and will work the crap out of your fingers! Nice one Cos!
AWESOME lesson Cosmin!! I think this may be my next REC submission (or one of them!).
Also, I couldn't rate either....then realized I wasn't logged in anymore!!
This is such a brilliant piece and an awesome exercise. Will be my next REC attempt, if I can master it that is
Thank you man!
Gotta dig the "magnum" stare at the end ha!
Thank you again David!
Working through this one, the third lick over Eb, sounds like it ends on Bb not C. Is this right or typo?
I have most of the parts learned @ 60bpm lol and working through each part until I can play it cleanly near full speed until I move on. This lick is tricky because the pedal tone does not land on beat 3. I like it!
Hey Jim! That's a typo there - it ends on the Bb indeed! Why not make a recording at the tempo at which you are now, so that we can see how your progress is going!
Ill be working on this one until I finish, that can be assured. I dont have too much time to play so when I do I want to make it count. Practice, then make a video. : )
This lesson has is teaching me to change my posture and keep my thumb behind the neck. I'm not even plugging in when practicing, just sitting quietly closing my eyes and playing to the metronome. Soon as I feel confident, Im going to make the backing guitars and record it.
This sounds like a very good plan Jim! When I came up with these arpeggios, I was facing the situation of having to play something interesting over that part, where the violins are playing something more rhythm oriented. My approach was to listen to the harmonies and invent a succession of arpeggios that would fit it best, so this ended up with some less friendly positions.. The one thing that made me happy tho, was the fact that I did it all by ear and I discovered what interesting possibilities the combination has offered, only after making this lesson, breaking things down and analyzing the theoretical part behind it as well. God, music is so beautiful ))