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    In the D gracenote of the cadence:





    Do you play?


    (1) x xxx oxxo
    (2) x xxx oxoo

    (3) x xxx ooox
    (4) something else?
    17
    (1)
    23.53%
    4
    (2)
    52.94%
    9
    (3)
    23.53%
    4
    (4)
    0.00%
    0
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  • #2
    Re: Cadential D gracenotes

    Originally posted by CalumII View Post
    In the D gracenote of the cadence:





    Do you play?


    (1) x xxx oxxo
    (2) x xxx oxoo

    (3) x xxx ooox
    (4) something else?
    In that situation x xxx oxoo, however in a Flame of Wrath situation is play x xxx ooox though I have seen very successful soloists play x xxx oxoo

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    • #3
      Re: Cadential D gracenotes

      I'm curious what prompted you to post this?
      Cha de\an a' phluic a'phiobaireachd

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      • #4
        Re: Cadential D gracenotes

        Originally posted by John Dally View Post
        I'm curious what prompted you to post this?

        In short, I'm curious to see if people have strong feeling about it, or have clear views on correctness.
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        • #5
          Re: Cadential D gracenotes

          Andrew Wright in his GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF PIOBAIREACHD (College of Piping, 2013), defines the modern ways of playing the three note cadence, but he doesn't mention anything about fingering.
          Cha de\an a' phluic a'phiobaireachd

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          • #6
            Re: Cadential D gracenotes

            #2 for Lord Lovat's Lament
            #3 for His Father's Lament
            So I guess #4

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            • #7
              Re: Cadential D gracenotes

              It's not so simple.

              Have a look in Jim McGillivrays splendid Piobaireachd fingerwork for the right fingering and movements within the Cadence.
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