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Technical Development - Jig playing for bands [Vintage]

Technical Development - Jig playing for bands [Vintage]

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In this session we take a look at jig playing in the band idiom. Besides tempo variances, the approach is the same. Achieving unison between a large number of pipers however will take a common buy in to the rhythmical, technical, and pulsing approach from all involved. We start with an entry level 2-parter - the Hag at the Churn. Then to a more complex 2-parter - the Panda. We end with the 4-parted Lark in the Morning.

Date of Original Live Class: Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 7:00pm
Course Name: Technical Development
Class Name: Jig playing for bands
Class Instructor: Marc DuBois

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Marc Dubois Marc is an experienced pipe band leader and bagpipe judge from the Northeast USA. He spent many years with the Oran Mor Pipe Band as a piper and as a bass drummer, and thus has a extensive background on the topic of pipe band ensemble. He's currently the Pipe Major of the Schenectady Pipe Band.

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