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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2001 7:22 pm 
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8/23/01 Brian Dobson plays two tunes (or do you call them songs?):
Asling Gheal, a slow air, and The Wind That Shakes the Barley, a reel.

Correction: In case you were wondering how Claus got into the 4th octave on his Overton low d on "Chanter's Song," why, he simply used a high d. Psych. (Controversial tune title, wouldn't you say?)

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By the way,

Teri, your air (Asling Gheal) is the very first tune I learned on the whistle almost two years ago. So consider this one for you! :smile:

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