Cameron takes the class through the first part of Donald McLean's Farewell to Oban and details the important bits to make this a winning tune in your solos.
Cameron leads us through the trouble spots of Donella Beaton, helping students through the struggle points. He also takes some time to discuss crunluaths and maybe a way to think about them to make them easier conceptually. He also takes some time to go through the piobaireachd called Fields of Gold. Come on in for some top level instruction!
Cameron starts this weeks class on Donella Beaton and gets through the first two parts. Join us for Cameron's take on the tune of the week.
Cameron shows the class the details of the hornpipe called The High Level. We go around the room and work through it as a class. Come on in!
Cameron finishes working with the students on Capt Lachain McPhail and then starts a piobaireachd called Field of Gold, not to be confused with the Sting song! Join us for a great lesson in small and big music!
Cameron finishes taking his class through the end of Arniston Castle. A classic stratshpey worth keeping in your repertoire. Join in!
Cameron starts his students with the lovely reel called Captain Lachlain McPhail of Tyree. This is a great tune for solo comptitions and just for fun!
Cameron continues on with Arniston Castle, working around the table with each student to give them the opportunity to work the tune.
The class starts with Cameron running a student through the jig called the Soup Dragon. He then starts the class on the tune of the week called Arniston Castle.