Gaelic Music Repertoire Skills

What is special about this course?

Acclaimed piper and producer Iain MacDonald teaches tunes from the pipe and fiddle traditions - dance tunes, jigs, reels, strathspeys to marches and slow airs.  This class will explore a range of ornamentation and techniques to create flowing and rhythmically secure performances.

Entry requirements

Open to intermediate to experienced players aged 14 and up. You must be at intermediate level or above on your instrument in order to participate in this class.

The class teaches repertoire in a group setting.  The class will be taught as a group by ear and sheet music will be provided at the end of each session.

Equipment

You will need access to broadband and a working instrument

How will I study my course?

  • Part Time
  • Online

Online


How long will my course last?


10 Weeks

Tuesday, 1 hour from 4 - 5 pm


Where can I study my course?

    • Lews Castle College, UHI, Stornoway
    • Barra Learning Centre
    • Colaisde Bheinn na Faoghla (Benbecula)

Start date

12 January 2021

Fees

Most full-time students will have their fees paid.

Students on part-time courses may also be eligible to have their course fees waived.

What can I do on completion of my course?

This class will develop your repertoire and enable you to gain a wider musical perspective and reference materials when collaborating with others in community and or professional contexts.  Development of performance and repertoire knowledge will enable you to apply to further music study or enhance existing practice.

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Apply for Gaelic Music Repertoire Skills

Please contact our Admin team for further information on:

01851 770 000
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adminle@uhi.ac.uk

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