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moderntraditional 01-13-2019 01:29 PM

Thank you - APC Guide to Pibroch
 
Thank you to everyone for your support and feedback. I am really quite blown away by the interest that has been shown.

Updates are available. Most of them are little things that have been pointed out. I will also be contemplating additional recordings and perhaps exercises, if you feel that would help.

And if you have more feedback, please do send it along.

For those of your without Apple Devices:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kemapxxj9...As-elui8a?dl=0

Otherwise, the full, interactive experience can be found here:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/apc...48968607?mt=11

And again: this book is free, and you may widely share and distribute at will. The APC has long wanted to take this music out from obscurity and make it widely available. And we also want to be able to help folks understand it and learnt play from it.

So: spread the love. Cheers!

Heatherbelle 01-13-2019 02:37 PM

Re: Thank you - APC Guide to Pibroch
 
What a beautifully put together resource David. Can't wait to study it in detail. It actually draws you in to the text and examples. Thank you so much for making it so freely available.

moderntraditional 01-24-2019 07:24 PM

Re: Thank you - APC Guide to Pibroch
 
A very nice review by none other than Dr. Jack Taylor of the Piob Soc. just came out.

It is clearly written, beautifully produced, and often raises eyebrows. It is a most valuable addition to the existing literature on pibroch. It extends and informs the long-running debate about whether what is played now is the finest distillate of what went before, or merely the watered-down version.
http://www.piobaireachd.co.uk/archives/10239


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