I'm just about through this beautiful piece by barrios. I really appreciate the great instruction given by Taso. I'm especially grateful Taso for your research and working out certain things John Williams does with the piece. I'm cognizant of the time and effort you put in to your videos, particularly of the necessity of planting the right hand thumb and fingers for the best and most fluid execution of particularly challenging runs and flourishes. I've taught classical guitar for many years to many students, but your expert tutorials and beautiful playing are the reality check Ive needed for a long time as I continue growing as a musician and fine-tuning my own playing.
I've been working a lot on getting a smooth transition from measure 70 to measure 71, especially with tucking the third finger on the A#, and getting the fourth finger to not feel strained to remain on the F#. The third finger on those measures definitely feels strained as well. I just really have to play that section really slowly. You make it look so easy! Developing a greater stretch between the third and fourth fingers seems paramount here, and is helping with other pieces I play as well.