Scotland the Brave is a dish best served with all of the key fingerwork elements in tact! Today, we closely examine what makes a great gracenote, and apply it to this tune. You should see a huge opportunity for improvement here!
Navigating the Scale is very tricky - and it's all about avoiding crossing noises. In today's video, Carl continues his multi-dimensional study of Scotland the Brave by examining the key crossing noise pitfalls in this "simple" "easy" "commonplace" tune.
In this class, we give Scotland the Brave a bit of a makeover, learning how we can use this simple classic as a means to perfect a number of fundamentals that will carry over through the rest of our repertoire.
In this class we talk about how to play to the foot accurately. We use a simple example of Scotland the Brave to discuss how to train ourselves and explore possible pitfalls in this process, and how best to approach solving the problems.
In this class we start by looking at the Curlew. This 6/8 Jigs is a classic competition jig and a great tune to work on control in the Jig idiom. We work through the tune then move on to ASAP/ ALAP integration in Scotland the Brave.