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Shepherd's Crook - Part III - Using a Metronome to Help with Short Note Fusion [Vintage]

Shepherd's Crook - Part III - Using a Metronome to Help with Short Note Fusion [Vintage]

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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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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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