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Level 2 - Piobaireachd
Thu 12 November 2015
12:00 pm BST
John Mulhearn
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Lesson Details

Surviving in several forms, Black Donald’s March can be heard being sung, marched to as a popular 6/8 march, and as in this lesson, played as a piece of céol mór. We take a look through the commonly played ‘competition’ style/setting of this ancient tune, where technically we a re challenged with lemluath, taorluath, crunluath and crunluath a mach variations.

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