After three decades spent playing and teaching bagpipes at every level, I’ve noticed a common trait in the vast majority of pipers. Most of them…
The Nicol-Brown committee is proud to present Roddy MacLeod, MBE, Bob Worrall, Jenny Hazzard, and Nick Hudson in concert as a benefit for the continuing…
https://youtu.be/7vGuM3ynq8A A nice version of this piobaireachd. Want to learn this tune, join Glenn Brown's Piobaireachd Fundamentals class on Thursday or visit Glenn's Library!
I just love how Jacob Collier embraces a spirit of "play" with "serious" music theory ideas. It's a growth mindset in the purest form! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyXCWYqpId4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRkgK4jfi6M Learn a lot about harmony in a familiar tune we all know: Amazing Grace.
https://youtu.be/0KxMc_tyQBo Just some general musical greatness.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0HX7JNpHN0 Another live concert from the group Breabach.
From its origin in Scottish clans and culture, the Great Highland Bagpipe has long been associated with the military.
Especially in more recent history, the Highland Regiments of the British Armed Forces, and some of the Lowland Regiments as well, have had bagpipers since their first formation.
The United States Armed Forces has historically had a very close relationship with the British – so the spread of the bagpipes was inevitable.
https://youtu.be/VjP0rUzzsCw Andrew had to overcome many obstacles to play bagpipes, but he persevered. He must be truly dedicated to practice. My excuses pale in comparison.…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mFt7UBeoMs Another great track from Breabach.