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Thu 2 July 2015
12:00 pm BST
David Wilton

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While we can argue that the G gracenote is the most fundamental of all, the E gracenote is just as frequently used, on it’s own and as part of combinations such as GDE’s, doublings and taorluaths. Therefore clarity, consistency and accuracy are paramount. These exercises help to address this.

One of the hardest parts to master on the bagpipes is the finger technique involved within the tunes we play. This series for e-learning will be tackling the muscle development within a pipers hands. We will be running through a number to hand exercises, breaking down movements and tackling the difficult transitions of technique. The exercises should be done to the point of fatigue while aiming to get the cleanest sound from each movement.

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