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Mrs. Sharon Duthart - Part 3 (with Bruce Gandy)

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Here, Bruce talks a bit about birl development, and then we dive into the 3rd part of this now-classic jig. We also get a wee glimpse into the genius behind the composition of this tune. What are some of the thought processes behind the construction of the jig?

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Bruce Gandy Bruce is a prolific teacher, performer, and composer for the bagpipe. He won the Gold Medal at the Northern Meeting in 2002, and in 2003 won the Gold Medal at the Argyllshire Gathering and the Bratach Gorm. He hails from Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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