Slip Jig & Viennese Waltz

The Viennese Waltz is one of the most recorded waltzes on bagpipes according to Robert Mathieson who recorded this tune on his Grace Notes album in 1993. Robert Mathieson discusses this waltz and others in his class from March 2. Listen for the waltz to start at 1:03.

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