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Drying after playing
Hi Bill, After playing my bagpipes, is there a good estimate for air drying before placing them back in their case? William
Control of speed/timing.
Hello Bill, Could you please tell me if your video disc tutorial includes a Follow the bouncing ball format when reading the music to a new tune.The speed/timing
Donald MacKillop, a free bagpipe lesson by Pipe Major Bill Robertson
Im finding it really hard to make a sound by blowing into the bagpipes. It takes allot of air. Is it the reed or do I need to work on my mouth strength
Torosay Castle, a free bagpipe lesson by Pipe Major Bill Robertson
Inconsistent Rhythms, Duncan Johnston
Hi! I'm a competitive piper and have been having some issues with one my hornpipes, Duncan Johnston. I'm currently playing the hornpipe in a pointed
How to properly strike in the bags with an easy reed.
How do you suppose to strike in the bag and chanter with an easy reed without the chanter making a sound before the drones chime in? Thanks!
How can i stop my bagpipe chanter to stop making a sour note?
Every time I directly blow air into the chanter while it`s on the low G it makes a very sour, and high pitched noise. It doesn`t even sound like a bagpipe
Dcades ago, I learned to strike-in to create clear drone tones but no chanter. Recently, I have observed - and have heard - the strategy has changed. Strike-in
Leaving Ardtornish, a free bagpipe lesson
making the reed easier to blow.
I have used a small nail file on my pipe Chanter reed to make it easier to blow but think I may have taken off too much. It now doesn't sound in tune.
Blowing and squeezing
Hi Bill, I have been playing for 4 years and can't seem to get the squeezing of the bag down yet. I play and squeeze and after a few sets of practice,
Major David Manson
Bagpipe lesson for Major David Manson, a reel taught by Pipe Major Bill Robertso.
The Ewe with the Crooked Horn
The Ewe with the Crooked Horn, a bapipe lesson by Bill Robertson
Donald Maclean's Farewell to Oban
Donald Maclean's Farewell to Oban. A bagpipe tune taught by Pipe Major Bill Robertson
drone reeds stopping
When I play my drone reeds carry on stopping and i have a music test tommorow
New reeds 'squealing'
Hi Bill, I've been piping for a few years but this is a new problem that's popped up and has me a bit perplexed. Basically, I've been trying a few different
Pipe chanter reed
I am new to playing the pipes. I'm very good on the practice chanter, but would really like to know why, with an easy reed do I hear so much air passing
Pipe Major Sam Scott
Bagpipe lesson for Pipe Major Sam Scott. a 6/8 march composed by Peter R. MacLeod
pipe tune to learn first
Hi Bill, I am learning to play the pipes with the city of Newport pipe band and would like to know which tune i can start of learnig to play. I have
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