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How about a classical piece ?

Brendan

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Just practicing. (Performances are judged so critically in the classical world. :shocked: )

I love playing these though - great for reading/fingering/intervals etc ..

This one is a Sonata by Leonardo Vinci (not the inventor).
It's rushed and could be more expressive and have fewer mistakes .. :)))

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This sounds plenty difficult as it is and you're going through it at a fairly fast clip. For me this style/period is about nailing the tempos precisely and having the feel of the music come from within those relationships of tones, but it must first have rhythmic precision. From a musical perspective (rather than just as a practice) having everything fit precisely in the tempo is more important than playing all the notes (without the fit). Regardless it certainly shows your dexterity with the bari-beast.
 
Thanks a lot Wade - I agree with you 100%.
(It's why I made the "rushed" comment.)
But what I know and mean to play often just doesn't materialize !

Before I hit record I said to myself .. "OK this time, slow and in time".
Ha !! not a chance. :doh:
 
Hey Brendan.
You handled that well.
I can see how that would be a good finger loosener.
Keeping in time would kill me in this type of exercise, but you seemed to manage it pretty well.
Looking forward to "flight of the bumblebee". For the next one.
 

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