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Easiest beginning pibrochs.

Hi Bill,


I wanted to know which pibrochs are the easiest to learn as an intermediate piper?

I have read many of your articles and ideas and appreciate their insights into the piping world.
I am located in China and there is not a lot of piping books or music to be found hereabouts, so when I came across your site while surfing the net It rekindle a desire to begin piping again after a long lay off , so to speak!
Many thanks for your help.
Sincerely.
Don c.

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Mar 06, 2015
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Easiest beginning pibrochs
by: Bill Robertson

Hell Don,
You seem to have not bothered to take my offer to help as below of 2013 simply by contacting me for the assistance.
Regards,

Bill R

Aug 25, 2013
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by: Bill Robertson

Hello Don,
One of the easiest would be "Duncan MacRae of Kintail's Lament" in Piobaireachd Society book No.4, or most likely also in the Kilberry Collection book.

I have the music transcribed and a sound file to help meanwhile if you get in touch with me at: bagpiper1@slingshot.co.nz

There are many other considred as not too difficult, although there is much to be understood and technique on the various embellishments to accomplsh within reason.

I have speical DVD on this if you check my wensite, or contact me as suggested.
I trust that helps,
Regards,

Bill

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