In this class Callum covers one of the most famous piobaireachds, The Lament for Mary MacLeod. After a brief introduction, Callum covers the tune, playing specific parts and explaining the proper expressions and pulsing. A great class for anyone interested in this very musical tune!
In this class, we discuss methods for choosing appropriate and musical MSRs. From choosing tunes with just enough challenging material to force you to work on your weakness, to setting up musical and interesting breaks from march to strathspey and strathspey to reel, these discussion topics will be useful for the selection of your next MSR!
In this class we review some of the major points to keep in mind when setting out to perfect the Knightswood Celeidh.
This class had some connection difficulties, but proved a fascinating look into the Bombard, a unique Breton instrument that brings amazing color and life to this close cousin to pipe band music.
Breton music is a cousin of what we're used to in Scottish bagpipe music. This class presents a few Breton musical examples, where we can get a taste of the similarities and differences between the two musical forms.
Live from the Eagle's Nest in Brooklyn, Ronan took us through the basics of a Breton Snare Drumming piece. A great class for a flavor of this great music.
Setting music is as essential a skill as keyboarding in this modern era. Only one problem: Using BMW can seem like learning another language to use it properly. Well, fret no more. The creator of BMW himself, Rob MacNeil, is here in a special two-week intensive class to show you the inside tricks to getting the most out of this essential piece of software and to get your music scores looking like a page out of a music book. Ever wonder if BMW is capable of more than you thought? Join Rob as he runs through the best techniques for generating the neatest and most accurate music scores possible with ease. Rob is on hand answer your BMW questions and to show you the full features of the software--and perhaps teach you a bunch of brand new tricks you never knew existed. Have scribbled notes for original tunes you want to share? Have the urge to document all of your critical exercises and repertoire? All of these things are possible when you have the right tools and the right techniques. Join Rob MacNeil in this special Dojo University two-week session. Session 2 of 2. Advanced coding, printing/type-setting, and playback. Also how to arrange multiple tunes and final wrap-up.