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Jimmy Findlater - Part 1 (with Robert Mathieson)

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This is a classic 4/4 march, and today it'll be taught by one of the great Pipe Majors of all time! After a brief history of the tune, Rob dives into the technical & artistic elements of the tune - tune in and play along!

Note: A full performance of this tune can be heard in Part 4 of this series.

Embellishments Required in This Lesson

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Robert Mathieson Robert Mathieson was Pipe Major of the famous Shotts and Dykehead Pipe Band from 1986 to 2010. During that time, he he led the band to 30 Major Competition Championships, including 5 world-titles. His renowned creativity, compositional prowess, and partnership with the great Jim Kilpatrick has earned him a repuation for being one of the world's foremost authorities on issues of ensemble, integration, and overall pipe band musical performance.

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