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Scottish Piper Tunes Played on The Fiddle
Mimic the Bagpipes!
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are they talking about scottish or irish reels?   and depending on that..from donegal, sligo, or clare cuz i wanna be correct in how to play. 😉😁

maybe they meant literally Scottish reels on pipes?   not to be confused with anything else?

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I assumed the pdf was for Scottish Highland style competition in Australia. 

The tune lists are Scottish & it includes Strathspeys.

Is there such a thing as an Irish Marching Pipe Band? 

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@ELCBK said
I assumed the pdf was for Scottish Highland style competition in Australia. 

The tune lists are Scottish & it includes Strathspeys.

Ok..wasnt sure if since "Reel"  Thats what i figured but wanted to buckle up if not 😁

  

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Is there such a thing as an Irish Marching Pipe Band? 

 

Waiting...😉
  

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@ABitRusty 

Well, unbelievable... turns out Irish Pipe & Drum Bands look & sound like Scottish Pipe & Drum Bands, but with plain looking kilts! 

Think all your Irish tune playing is safe. 🤣

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@ELCBK said

Well, unbelievable... turns out Irish Pipe & Drum Bands look & sound like Scottish Pipe & Drum Bands, but with plain looking kilts! 

Think all your Irish tune playing is safe. 🤣

  

😀 haha

yeah I was wondering how they could march with uilleann pipes..seems like they have to use the bottom end for something and always have pressure down on top of leg except to either play an ornament or notes.

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