Bagpipe Lessons: E Doubling

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Start an finish on an E note when playing an E doubling in bagpipes. Learn how to play an E doubling in bagpipes with free video lessons from a bagpipe teacher.

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Video Transcript

We're going to show you how to play an E doubling now. When I refer to E that is the note that you start and finish on. The E doubling consists of lifting and putting your left index finger back down and then your left middle finger up and down. So, the doubling on E sounds like this, slowly. That's the slow version. So, I'll play it coming from each note on the scale starting at low G. The hardest one is going from D to E. Slowly, the way to get that is you're on D, you lift those two fingers and you drop all those and then lift this one for your second pulse. Played up to time, they sound like.


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