New YouTube Show focused on melodic variation

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New YouTube Show focused on melodic variation

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Hi folks,

Just in case anyone's interested, I've started a new little project on YouTube casually focused on melodic variation and (coming soon) regional style. Basically I go through the basic version of a tune, and then talk about some of the variations and ornamentation one could add, then play the tune more or less like I would with my friends. I'm far from an expert, and have tried to frame the content in terms of my opinion and observations. Hopefully it will be helpful to intermediate players and those looking for a 'flute version' of a tune.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6B-ZhXoNBQ
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Fantastic, thank you. Good for pipers too.
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buskerSean wrote:Fantastic, thank you. Good for pipers too.
Cheers man! Thanks!
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