Here we wrap up this jig by Bruce himself, and then we focus on getting it all up to speed. Bruce takes us through some of the more rare movements like the C-strike. Then we talk about how quarter notes give this part its "strength".
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?
Bruce dives into a review on the definition of a "slip jig," and then we get to work building up the second part of this tune that, among other appearances, was part of Simon Fraser University's medley when they first won the worlds in 1995.
Here is a tune that Bruce wrote back in 1985 for Sharon and Drew's wedding! According to history, Alec Duthart himself loved the tune! Bruce talks a bit about the 9/8 jig idiom here, and then we get into constructing the tune!