Andrew R. - Phase 2 - Lt. Cononel DJS Murray

Hi Andrew. This is a pass mostly because of the wonderful tempo you chose. It really help you focus on execution. don't loose site of the skills you developed in Phase 1 and 2. Passing phase 2 means you did it once, now work on making this skills consciously competent. Good job and best of luck in the phase to come. Cheer, @LeeMcLeod
Phase 2 Result: 11/11 Requirements Achieved

Phase 2 Result: 11/11 Requirements Achieved

Metronome Clearly Audible? Yes
"Best" Tempo Selection? Yes
Rhythm/Note-values understood? Yes
Rhythms accurate to the click of the metronome? Yes

Overall Rhythm Comments from Lee:
On the click most of the time. Make sure not to jump the gun on double cuts. All in all good rhythmic playing.

Correct Melody Notes? Yes
Hole Coverage Good? Yes
Crossing Noises? No
Correct Gracenotes? Yes
Missed Gracenotes? No
Gracenotes Too Big/Sloppy? No
Gracenotes Out of Sync? No

Overall Basic Melody Comments from Lee:
At 00:49 The hi A to G to F back to A in bar 7 first part was not a clean as it is in bar 7 in the second part. Take a listen and see if there is anything there to clean up. Clear playing otherwise.

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