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> Bourree - Bach Lesson, Lesson By Kosei Kubota
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post Dec 17 2015, 06:22 PM
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Original lesson: Bourree - Bach Lesson by Kosei Kubota

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I was working with Cosmin last year my wrist got worse from a sprain and the rahab took ages during which time I was not able to play anything. Apologies but i would like to pick up support with him again



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Todd Simpson
post Dec 17 2015, 07:05 PM
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I'd say this is quite good smile.gif you have a very good handle on your right and left hand in terms of synchronization and tempo and strike intensity. This is not an easy bit to play and you are doing it quite well. Your playing is steady and spot on. Also, your right hand finger picking has a very fluid and even aspect to it which is working well.

In short, I'd say you nailed smile.gif

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Gabriel Leopardi
post Dec 18 2015, 02:22 PM
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Hi letchim! Welcome back!

This lesson sounds good. You can play the whole thing at tempo and everything sound clean and clear. If you'd like to go deeper with this one, the next step would be to manage even more dynamics. I feel that dynamics work here is random so some attention to it can add a new dimension to your playing.

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post Dec 18 2015, 11:29 PM
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GABE has a great point here. The next step after this would focus on your dynamics/range (vary your picking intensity/fret duration) to really make this piece yours. You have a firm grasp on how this should be played so now it's time to make it personal.

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Hi letchim! Welcome back!

This lesson sounds good. You can play the whole thing at tempo and everything sound clean and clear. If you'd like to go deeper with this one, the next step would be to manage even more dynamics. I feel that dynamics work here is random so some attention to it can add a new dimension to your playing.

About mentoring, I'm sending a PM to you in a moment, please check it out!



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post Dec 19 2015, 02:42 PM
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He there! First of all - excellent job!

Classical music is no exception - accents create tension and let us focus on wchich notes are more important or which "keep the groove". You could add some of those according to original lesson. I know those are not so much exposed in this particular lesson but it's worth reviewing them. Aside from this i think there was one spot when your "fingers crossd" ont hte fretboard and something went wrong. There is also a fix needed with the trill in the middle of the song. Asidwe from those you did a great job and all spotted tweaks are basicly juyst a polishing smile.gif


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