How to co-generate a similar kind of bliss among a group of bagpipers, - that the Grateful Dead created with each other, as a kind of rock ensemble, and for Deadheads?
Learn from the 'Grateful Dead,'
in this, and other, WUaS Music subjects
(and in the World University Music School),
and Loving Bliss here -
... could be fun :)
And it will be possible to jam with each other via these web sites digitally with other people or with music in video there, for example ...
I've heard very little improvisational (or privy or kitchen) bagpiping, especially as a group, but I'd like to (Erin Shaw in the Wicked Tinkers comes closest), especially Scottish.
... Gordon Duncan as solo player may be one great example of virtuosic privy / improvisational piping?
(See Bagpipe Tutorials' videos).
... Pipe music rarely improvises on a theme within a tune like the Grateful Dead do.
... How to improvise within a tune in Scottish piping (like the Grateful Dead do) - as practice, and 'ensemble'?
I'll post any videos you know of to WUaS Bagpipe Tutorials - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Bagpipe_Tutorials :)
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/02/cuillin-mountains-how-to-co-generate.html - February 26, 2011)