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Level 2 - Light Music
Thu 13 March 2014
5:00 pm BST
John Mulhearn
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Of all of John MacColl’s compositions Mrs John MacColl stands out as a superb example of the 2/4 march idiom. In the first part it seems to fit into what some might call the ‘double-tonic’ pattern of phrase construction, however, this tried and tested pattern does not last in the strict sense and evolves as the tune progresses. John Mulhearn – covering for Chris Armstrong – will look at both the technical challenges and some of the keys elements to expressing this very melodic tune.

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