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Kenny Gillies of Portnalong Skye - Fourth Part (Tune Building)

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Here's two new bars to finish out this great tune!

How to use Tune Building Posts: Below, you'll see various 'practice pods' that loop automatically, so you can practice along and develop the tune properly. For the full story on the Tune Building Process, click here.

To Download the Sheet Music, Click here.

Bar 1:

Nice clear doubling on the beat and watch out for crossing noises up to High A.

Bar 2:

Watch out for those nastly Lift-Drop Crossing noises.

Phrase 1:

This is like the second part, but really goes for the gold!

Phrase 2:

Recycled Material: We've seen this material before, earlier in the tune! So, there's no need to learn this bit again (as long as you did a good job the first time around!)

Common ending.

Line 1:

Let's knock this part out!

Phrase 3:

Recycled Material: We've seen this material before, earlier in the tune! So, there's no need to learn this bit again (as long as you did a good job the first time around!)

Same as above.

Ending Phrase:

Recycled Material: We've seen this material before, earlier in the tune! So, there's no need to learn this bit again (as long as you did a good job the first time around!)

Common Ending.

Line 2:

Let's put everything together.

Whole Part (Repeated):

Just remember to go back to line 2 in part 3.

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Andrew Douglas Andrew is a prolific practitioner of the bagpipe, having been active at the highest level of pipe bands, solo competition, teaching, and creative endeavors for the past 20 years. He's also the founder and creator of Dojo U and of PipersDojo.com

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