Some pipers think that it is really hard to play fast, but they’re wrong. It’s very easy to play fast, even at a tempo that comes close to matching that of Stuart Liddell. Thus, a fast tempo is really no problem at all.
Dojo U Live! Episode 014Join Carl and Andrew as they review student performances from the week at Dojo University! This week's challenging tune - Atholl and Breadalbane Gathering (Parts 3 and 4). To join Dojo U, visit DojoUniversity.com today!Posted by The Piper's DoJo on Friday, December 7, 2018
Dojo U Live! Episode 013Today we review student performances from the week! This week's tune is Atholl and Breadalbane Gathering. To become a member here at Dojo U - visit www.DojoUniversity.com today!Posted by The Piper's DoJo on Friday, November 30, 2018
Before we start - I just want to thank my diligent co-author Dr. John Holcombe for helping me assemble this article! This article was formed based on an unofficial "survey" of our Dojo U Membership, and formulated as best as we could into 10 simple clues. Let's dive in! OK, Ok, I get it- Your
Dojo U Live! Episode 012Today students have prepared Cork Hill, Parts 1 and 2, for critique. Let's celebrate their achievements together! To become a member of Dojo U, visit DojoUniversity.com today.Posted by The Piper's DoJo on Friday, November 16, 2018
Dojo U Live! Episode 011Join us today as we review highlights of the student performances of the week! This week's challenge was the 3rd and 4th parts of Callum Beag. To become a member of Dojo University, visit DojoUniversity.com today!Posted by The Piper's DoJo on Friday, November 9, 2018
Dojo U Live! Episode 010We're on today with a slight variant of our past shows. Come listen to highlights of the past week at Dojo U, as we discuss the first two parts of the Hornpipe Calum Beag, with a special focus on embellishment quality and tuning.Posted by The Piper's DoJo on Friday, November 2,
It's important whenever we play embellishments that the steps are always played accurately and evenly. If not, as I briefly illustrate here, we can go from good intentions to permanently sloppy embellishments.