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Performance Critiques - The Scale, King George V, and the Big Yin [Vintage]

Performance Critiques - The Scale, King George V, and the Big Yin [Vintage]

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Course Name: Performance Critique
Class Name: The Scale, King George V, and the Big Yin
Class Instructor: Carl Donley
Date of Original Live Class: May 17th, 2012 at 6:30pm

Description: This class features an excellent demonstration of the scale with excellent technique, finger posture, and no crossing noises. We discuss the two types of crossing noises then move on to King George Vs Army, an excellent entry-level solo 2/4 march. Finally, we travel across the pond to the territory of St. Lawrence O'Toole with the horn pipe The Big Yin.

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Carl Donley Carl Donley is professional piper who hails originally from Chicago. He has been playing for over 20 years and has taken numerous prizes in solos throughout his rise to the professional grade. Carl got his pipe band start with the Ft. Lauderdale Highlanders in south Florida, and also played in the Grade 2 Chicago Midlothian Scottish Pipe Band during high school, before joining The Oran Mor Pipe Band in 2008. In addition to playing in Oran Mor, Carl was the Pipe Major of The Iona College Pipe Band during his four years at Iona College. He is now the Chief Operating Officer at the Piper's Dojo.

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