|> In response to Dan Mozell's request re: Scottish snap in Strathspeys:
|> In bagpipe scores, strathspeys are written in common time, with each beat
|> being primarily two tied eighth notes, the first dotted and the second cut
|> or vice-versa, depending on the accent desired. As our accenting often follo
I have been wondering this myself. was Dan referring to the cuts vs.
the dotted? I have heard Johnny Cunningham play the same strathspey
twice, and vary the places where these cuts are played against the
I guess my question is "how do you decide when to play it either way"?
Is there a tasteful limit to the interpretation of these pattens, or
is it purely up to the performer?