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Example of a pre-recorded video

A short video to show how an online screencast or video may look.

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Musical Time: How We Feel It

Nikki and Tom talk about how musical time feels, with musical examples including Bernard Edwards's 'Good Times' bass line (Chic), and John Deacon's 'Another One Bites The…

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Ukulele

Chris J. Day plays Henry Kailimate, G.H. Stoner, On the Beach at Waikiki ('The Golden Hula').

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Stroh Violin

Luisa Brown plays Ivo Papazov-Ibryama, Bulchenska Ratchenitsa and Ot Azoj Klezmer Band, Turkish Honga.

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Notating Rhythm

Nikki Moran and Tom Butler discuss music notation. Try following along with the example. Pause the video as needed, and notate the rhythm yourself as we go along.

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Viol

Lucia Capellaro plays Johannes Schenck, L'echo Du Danube - Sonata VI in A minor, Adagio.

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Clavichord

John Kitchen plays Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Polonaise in D minor.

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June 29th, Reflection & Inquiry. Mindfulness for Anxiety. Audio Only

June 29th, Reflection & Inquiry. Mindfulness for Anxiety. Audio Only

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Conservation

What does a conservator of instruments do? Why is conservation important and what are the challenges? Find out from Conservator Dr Jonathan Santa Maria Bouquet.

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Tuning

You’ve probably heard of instrument tuning, but what is involved, and why and how do we do it?

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Hybrid teaching mock classroom #1 introduction

This provides some context on the hybrid classroom tests done on Holyrood campus. The full videos are found here:…

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Development Over Time

Discover how the trumpet has developed over the centuries.

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The Origins of the Saxophone

Discover how the saxophone was invented by Adolphe Sax in the 1840s.

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Has the Violin Changed?

The violin has been around for almost 500 years, yet seems to have changed very little – or has it? Explore some of the alternative violins that have been made and discover why they were…

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Signals - DISTORTION!

Distortion , Signals and Signal Processing

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Describing signals - audio example

Describing signals - audio example

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