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Piping 101 - Gracenote Hierarchy [Vintage]

Piping 101 - Gracenote Hierarchy [Vintage]


In this class we take a look at gracenote hierarchy- the order in which gracenotes are played in tunes, and why they're written that way. We use Shoshanna's Lullaby and Colin Thompson as some contextual examples of why we see what we see on the page and how it can help us to learn our music more efficiently.

Date of Original Live Class: Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 7:00 pm
Course Name: Piping 101
Class Name: Gracenote Hierarchy
Class Instructor: Eric Ouellette

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Eric Ouellette Eric has been competing internationally at the professional level since age 16. A brief list of accomplishments include: first place in piobaireachd at both the George Sherriff invitational in Ontario (2003) and the Nicol Brown invitational (2004), 3rd in the MacGregor Memorial in Oban (2005), 3rd in the US silver medal at Kansas City (2006), 1st in the B piobaireachd at Perth (2013 and 2014), 1st in the open marches at Perth (2013), 1st in the B strathspey and reel at Oban (2014), and countless other domestic prizes and aggregates, along with an appearance with the Oran Mor Pipe Band in the Grade 1 final at the Worlds (2011), and a first place showing with the Stuart Highlanders in grade 1 at Perth (2014).