Shepherd's Crook - Part III - Using a Metronome to Help with Short Note Fusion [Vintage]
In this class, we look at the 2nd and 4th parts of Shepherd's crook - a true master's strathspey. While it would be too much for us to try to play this at even 60 beats per minute - what if we double-time the metronome to give us more time to think? It will help a lot to expose our short-note fusion technique, which is what these parts are all about.
Date of Original Live Class: Monday, February 4th, 2013 at 7:30am
Course Name: Repertoire Expansion
Class Name: Shepherd's Crook - Part III - Using a Metronome to Help with Short Note Fusion
Class Instructor: Andrew Douglas
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