The Royal Scots Cap Badge

Far o'er the Sea

by Mike Fissher
(Middletown, New York USA)

Thanks PM Robertson for bringing this tune to us. I found this March to be very nice and it flows so gently. The E into the birle took a tad bit to get a hold of as it seemed that I rushed into it and thusly tripped all over my fingers causing the nastiest birle I have ever executed.

That seemed to pass as quickly as it started. It is a good thing to stop and slow down a bit as the speed will pick up. I also found that this tune gives me an additional push to take time to open up the doubles that I tend to rush.

What a nice tune and above all thanks for the kibbles and bits in making this tune work for me.

I even found it fun to learn whan you have someone as talented as you showing you the way.
Be well PM!

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Dec 02, 2011
Far O'er the Sea
by: Bill Robertson

Thank you Mike for your apprecation.

As you can guess, I am pleased to help and resurrect some of the older well tried good tunes. You might have found that most of the time in my tunes of the month that the audio files provide more detail, and in this tune some better controlled playing than in my video.

All the best,

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