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Short F's to E Doublings in Caledonian Canal

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This is one of the peskiest problems in bagpipe technique: Going from a short F directly into an E doubling! As we'll find in this lesson, it generally has to do with a synchronization error on the G gracenote of the doubling. Let's dive in.

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Andrew Douglas Andrew is a prolific practitioner of the bagpipe, having been active at the highest level of pipe bands, solo competition, teaching, and creative endeavors for the past 20 years. He's also the founder and creator of Dojo U and of PipersDojo.com

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