This is the same principle as the other Doublings. The first gracenote is still High ‘G’ but this time the note in the middle and at the end is an ‘F’ and the gracenote used to double the note is a High ‘G’.
Order of Events:
When coming from High ‘G’ remember to use the Thumb Gracenote (example 26):1. Starting note - ‘D’ in example 25.
This is different when coming from High ‘A’ (example 27):1. High ‘G’.
Example 25 - ‘F’ DOUBLING FROM ‘D’.1. High ‘A’.
Example 26 - ‘F’ DOUBLING FROM HIGH ‘G’
Example 27 - ‘F’ DOUBLING FROM HIGH ‘A’.
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How to Practice
Rhythm and Reading Music
Hand Position and the Scale
G,D,E Gracenotes exercise
Doublings - general principles
Low G Doublings
Low A Doublings
High G Doublings
High A Doublings
Transition to Bagpipes
Tuning a Bagpipe
Using Midi files