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Blue Bells of Scotland

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Uploaded on May 16, 2007

Performing the Blue Bells of Scotland for my senior solo in the 2004 Clear Creek High School Spring Concert. Sorry for the over-exposed quality of the video that makes my face look like a light bulb.

EDIT: To all of those who have and want to critize, I don't care as this is a free place where we all can give our opinion on whatever. Just keep in mind of one word: "perspective".
I'm not (nor probaly will ever be) as good as Joe Alessi, Christian Lindberg, or any of those other Youtube videos of college and middle-aged guys playing Blue Bells.
I was a high school teen playing this peice with my personal views on how I think it should be played. And yes, I actully did play some parts of it "slow" on purpose as I'm more of a classical/lyrical player than a "showy" technical one (See: Morceau Symphonique). And the only reason why I decided to play this peice for this concert was because of the audience and concert setting... not because I think I'm the best bone player there is and I can play any peice I want. I give something the audience will be entertained by the most because that's what music is all about... entertaining your audience and enjoy playing while doing it. And it's the same reason why I put this and other videos on this site.

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