Expired license.The last thing we have to learn before moving on to full bagpipe tunes are Low G Oriented Movements. Low G movements are the most esoteric of all bagpipe movements. These are tricky embellishments, which are truly powerful and rich when executed well, but sound terrible and musically pointless when executed incorrectly (or carelessly). With these Low G movements, focus hard on the two cardinal rules; play every embellishment accurately and evenly. Don’t be in a rush to play these as fast as you can. Patience in mastering the Low G movements now will reward you for the rest of your piping career.