Here I discuss some of the great subtle techniques that Jack Lee taught me when it comes to rhythmic situations like we see here in the 4th part. I'll show you what I used to do, and what I do now instead when it comes to delivering this tunes "payout."
The third part is an obvious "variation" to the first part. The whole idea is entirely the same, but with little "release" moments that start to build momentum towards the 4th part. It's pure magic - and we're not even to the end yet!
I've softened a bit on my view of how Taorluaths should be played in bagpipe material. There are different points of view - both of which are valid (as long as you follow my rules of a good Taorluath, that is!)
This is one of the shortest tune-building classes we've ever recorded. Why you ask? Well, because so much of the material is straight-up recycled from the first part.... (so how does it sound so darned great?) Let's tune in to find out.