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Level 5 - Light Music
Thu 10 July 2014
11:00 pm BST
John Mulhearn
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Lesson Details

The Miller’s Fair Daughter is a traditional two-parted reel. The gracenoting in this setting is as simple as it can be without losing elements of the rhythm. So, where most of the lessons in this series have only used G gracenotes, this lesson uses the full grouping of G, D and E gracenotes – an essential technique for reel playing.

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