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An exciting event full of wonderfully played Scottish folk songs and a short demonstration of how to do a Celtic dance left me in a wonderful mood for a Sunday night Leaving Laxson Auditorium I felt I knew so much more about Scottish music history culture and even geography by his explanations of what each tune was about and where it was originated than from when I had first arrived The concert started when Alasir walked down one of the isles playing his first piece It was a great start to the concert left an impression and set the tone for what was to be expected for the night The faster tunes known as jigs had a lot of energy behind them which was transmitted to the audience I never realized that some the tunes they played were also slow I was misinformed or just assumed that most of what the Scottish played were in a happy tone and were fast but I noticed that a reasonable amount of the songs he had played were slower paced I also thought it was interesting to have the piano accompanying the fiddle in the tunes I had assumed once again that it was going to be just a single fiddle player It was a pleasant surprise it blended well and formed beautiful songs The jigs were interesting they were very upbeat and played at such a fast pace It was clearly evident that the energy Alasir put into the tunes was then given back when a few audience members got out of their seats and started dancing to them It was really interesting and fun when he invited the audience to stand up while he taught us how to dance to the jigs ourselves It was pretty clear that it does take some talent to know how to dance like that but it was interesting to see everyone trying to dance to multiple songs His love for
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