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Level 1 - Light Music
Wed 3 December 2014
4:00 pm BST
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Lesson Details

Strathspeys in many of the 19th century collections can often be hard to tell apart from reels because they tend to be written in much the same way as reels are. In this lesson Finlay MacDonald looks at three tunes The Fair Dairymaid (also known as Lady MacKenzie of Gairloch), Bogan Lochan (also known as Atholl Cummers) and Highland Harry, discussing notational and stylistic aspects of the tunes.

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