Lovely performances ! Your guitar playing is as solid and polished as your piano playing.
Hi Chris, thank you for your encouraging words and your interest! I´m really glad about this.
I especially liked the Brouwer piece which you play with much flair. An interesting composer, which I'm sure must have Dutch ancestry (the name being thouroughly Dutct). It doesn't seem like he's written any piano music
No, I think Leo Brower hasn´t written any piano-music. What a pity, indeed.
The Dowland and Bach pieces are very tastefully done though the Bourree rather loses his dancing character at this slow tempo.
Yes, you are absolutely right with this. I´m not able to play the Bourée faster and stay accurately. I would have to practise more on it. So, I decided to play it properly and with nice dynamical differenciations in a slower tempo.
I am very envious of you being able to play the classical guitar. I love that instrument and have always wanted to play it. Too late to start now, and too little time.
Well, it´s never too late for something, if it is a very deep wish of yourself, but you are right, it would take you probably some years to play it properly. (But may be a talent like you with good musical pre-knowledge could play well in two or three years under the condition, that you take weekly lessons. But it would take you some time from to practise piano, and I don´t suppose, that this is, what you want.)