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4. What instruments can I study?

The disciplines offered for First Study at the National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music are accordion (piano key), Highland bagpipe, clàrsach, fiddle, piano, guitar, flute, whistle, drum kit, Gaelic Song and Scots Song.

All of these instruments are also available as Second Study, and some other instruments may also be offered at second study subject to tutor capacity and availability, e.g. mandolin, bass guitar, bouzouki, banjo, clarinet and saxophone.

If you play an instrument which is outside the range of disciplines presently offered as formal study, you will have the opportunity to use that instrument in group-work, although you won’t get regular lessons on it.  Current and former students have used percussion, double bass, and some of the above-mentioned second study options in this way.

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