Lesson 1, Topic 13
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Calum Beag

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Calum Beag - First Part (Tune Building)

Bar 1:

Let's keep these grace notes nicely articulated and watch for sync errors.

Bar 2:

Zone in on the beat.

Phrase 1:

Let put it together and make sure the are no grace note sync error and we are right with the click. This isn't easy!

Bar 3:

Hornpipe strikes are hard but they aren't easy either. Focus on the steps and keeping them even.

Bar 4:

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!)

Phrase 2:

Keep your technique accurate and synced with the beat.

Line 1:

There is a lot to put together here so don't rush it. Make sure each previous bit is comfortable and correct first.

Bar 5:

There's a high potential for a C - E Crossing noise here, Watch out!

Bar 6:

Phrase 3:

Maybe one of the easier phrases so far but let's keep it on the beat.

Ending Phrase:

Keep it nice and accurate here

Line 2:

Zone in on the click and let your technique shine through.

Whole Part (1st Time):

Don't be afraid to go back and review phrases that are giving you trouble before putting everything together.

Calum Beag - Second Part (Tune Building)

Bar 1:

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The first two bars are repeated from the first part (bars 5 & 6)

Bar 2:

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Note the small change in the last beat.

Phrase 1:

Let's practice the small change in the last beat into the next bar.

Phrase 2:

Let's try the new 3rd bar into the common bar 4.

Line 1:

Okay let's put this almost fully recycled line together.

Bar 5:

One last new bar here, watch for crossing noises into the 6th bar - that D grace note to the ASAP C will not be easy.

Bar 6:

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Phrase 3:

Just one new bar here but let's keep it on the beat.

Bar 7:

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!)

Bar 8:

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!)

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 phrase.

Line 2:

Okay let's put everything together. Make sure you are staying on the beat.

Whole Part (1st Time):

Let's get in the groove and knock out this part.

Calum Beag - Third Part (Tune Building)

Bar 1:

We'll need to fuse the short notes in here. Make the low A before the birl a pre-step to the steps of the birl and keep everything even.

Bar 2:

Same deal here as bar 1, make sure everything is on the beat too.

Phrase 1:

Okay let put this phrase together.

Bar 3:

Same thing as bar 1 but up a note.

Bar 4:

Keep all the technique open and practice the steps each time.

Phrase 2:

Phrase B here we come.

Line 1:

Let's see how this question and answer section goes. Can you get 100%?

Bar 5:

Okay the first 4 bars were hard, let's make a small change to this bar 5.

Bar 6:

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!)

Phrase 3:

Just one new bar here. Let's get in the groove.

Bar 7:

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!)

Bar 8:

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!)

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!)

Line 2:

Okay let's add that new bar 5 into the ending line. Sync up with the metronome

Whole Part (1st Time):

Keep everything groovy here, nice sync with your metronome with good technique throughout.

Calum Beag - Fourth Part (Tune Building)

Bar 1:

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Remember how we took bar 5 from part one to start part 2? We'll do the same with Part 3 here.

Bar 2:

Phrase 1:

Bar 3:

Small change in beat one but this is similar to Part 3.

Bar 4:

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Phrase 2:

Line 1:

Bar 5:

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Bar 6:

Small change from Part 1 Bar 6.

Phrase 3:

Let's incorporate this change.

Bar 7:

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!)

Bar 8:

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!)

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!)

Line 2:

Just two new bars here with a slight variation but let's get it synced up with the metronome

Whole Part (1st Time):

Here comes the whole part!