A-mach variations come after Crunluath Doubling variations, and are pretty tricky! However, let's take a half-hour or so to decode what's going on here... and... you guessed it.... it's really not too hard after all!
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."
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!)