BAEYS Chapter 1

Tutor [Vintage] - Lesson 1-3: Scale Run Exercises

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[cpp_player] cp_file:BAEYS1-3-0.mp4 [/cpp_player] Melodies are made of combinations of “motives,” or small musical ideas. Where bagpipe tunes are concerned, motives get put together to make phrases, and the phrases make tunes. There are two main ways to navigate the bagpipe scale: Scale Runs and Arpeggios. All bagpipe tunes were (and still are) composed using different combinations of Scale Runs and Arpeggios. In this lesson, you will experience several different Scale-Run Exercises, moving both up and down the scale.

Tutor [Vintage] - Lesson 1-4: Simple Melodies Using Scale Runs

Andrew Douglas
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[cpp_player] cp_file:BAEYS1-4-0.mp4 [/cpp_player] In this lesson, we will learn some simple melodies that feature Scale Runs. You should be familiar with these melodies, as they come from popular kid’s songs or Christmas music. If you are not familiar with them, find a recording of them (or use the instructional videos that accompany these lessons) and learn to whistle or hum the melody. Doing this will really help you during this lesson. We aren’t going to learn gracenotes until Chapter Two, so when you have more than one of the same note in a row, use your tongue to quickly stop the air to your practice chanter, which will provide some separation between notes.

Tutor [Vintage] - Lesson 1-5: Arpeggio Exercises

Andrew Douglas
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[cpp_player] cp_file:BAEYS1-5-0.mp4 [/cpp_player] As discussed in Lesson 1-3, there are two main ways to navigate the bagpipe scale: Scale Runs  and Arpeggios. In Lesson 1-3, we developed the ability to execute Scale Runs. In this lesson, you will experience several different Arpeggio Exercises that, combined with your pre-existing knowledge of Scale Runs, will give you the ability to execute any melody.

Tutor [Vintage] - Lesson 1-6: Simple Melodies with Scale Runs and Arpeggios

Andrew Douglas
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[cpp_player] cp_file:BAEYS1-6-0.mp4 [/cpp_player] In this lesson, we will learn some simple melodies that feature both Scale Runs and Arpeggios. You should be familiar with these melodies, as they come from popular kid’s songs or Christmas music. If you are not familiar with them, find a recording of them (or use the instructional videos that accompany these lessons) and learn to whistle or hum the melody. Doing this will really help you during this lesson. We aren’t going to learn gracenotes until Chapter Two, so when you have more than one of the same note in a row, use your tongue to quickly stop the air to your practice chanter, which will provide some separation between notes.