Feb 06, 2014 Audio Recordings,Exercises,Fingering & Technique,Practice Tips
Today's post features a new exercise for developing strength, control, clarity, and consistency of thumb gracenotes. Also called High A gracenotes, the thumb gracenote is the fourth most common gracenote found in pipe tunes (following the primary three: G, D, and E). The thumb gracenote is only used either TO or FROM High G. Download ...
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