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Old 01-20-2021, 01:10 PM
charles Tauber charles Tauber is offline
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I'm generally a pretty harsh critic. That was very nice given how long you've been working on it.

There are a few technique things to work on, both right and left hand, but my main suggestion is to keep a regular tempo. Try playing with a metronome to keep the tempo consistent. After you've done that for a while, you can introduce some tempo irregularities (rubato) to aid in expression.

You might also experiment with tonal variation. Lagrima provides excellent opportunities to do that. For example, for the second time through the "A" section, play closer to the bridge to give a more metalic/harpsichord like sound.
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