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Searching Tunes and Building a Library [Vintage]

Searching Tunes and Building a Library [Vintage]


In this class, Vince shares some of his favoirte search techniques and resources to find tunes you want as part of your repertoire. The class then engages in an activity transcribing a tune from a folk track!

Date of Original Live Class: Monday, March 7th, 2016 at 8:00pm
Course Name: Technique Development
Class Name: Searching Tunes and Building a Library
Class Instructor: Vince Janoski

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Vin Janoski Vin is a long-time piper based on the east coast of the USA. He has been on the Executive Committee of the EUSPBA and been the editor of the acclaimed Voice magazine. Recently, he has played in the Grade 1 Oran Mor Pipe Band, and the Grade 1 Stuart Highlanders pipe band. He currently produces the websites Pipehacker.com and WhiskyTunes.com.... And, needless to say, he spends way too much time than is allowed for any one person playing, writing about, and thinking about bagpiping.


  1. I found this class to be most informative and am looking forward for a followup , I would like to have the ability to know when a tune is played in 6/8 or 4/4 etc etc just by listening to it >