The third video is 20 minutes long, and is a first attempt to coordinate the two voices correctly (2 hands) into a rudimentary hands together ‘draft’.
I make many mistakes, (a great many.) But because my aim during this session is to learn the musical in its technical sense (coordinating notes), I correct every mistake as I go, making sure I can play each fragment before moving on.
You can clearly see, however, that although I achieve my goal of playing the entire piece ‘correctly’, I often slow down dramatically to do this, and am still unable at the end to play the entire piece through in one go without any errors.
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