David's wife, Mary arrived in Quebec two months later on October 13, 1913 aboard the S. One child Alexa (age 10 in 1913) remained in Scotland for several years, but came to Canada in 1949, initially living in Chilliwack with her parents.James and his sister Mary remained in Vancouver where James secured an electricians apprenticeship in a False Creek factory.Absorbed by the 16th Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, James Richardson became one of 110 "originals" of the newly formed 16th Battalion.As a Piper with the 16th (Canadian) Scottish Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, James Richardson was awarded the Victoria Cross, the British Commonwealth's highest decoration for gallantry in the face of the enemy.In 1913, David Richardson with his children, James Cleland (age 17 1/2), Alice (age 15 1/2) and David (age 13 1/2) sailed from Glasgow, Scotland via Molville, Ireland to Canada. They then journeyed across Canada by train to Vancouver.
~ Eric Rhodes Eric Rhodes is the CEO/Owner of Rhodes Entertainment in Boise, ID.James Richardson proved to be an excellent piper and piped at celebrations in Chiiliwack for St. Both occasions were reported in the Chilliwack Progress with the citation on the St.Andrews night Celebration: "For so young a piper, Master Richardson was very good indeed." On July 1, 1914 James won three first place prizes in the bagpipe competition at the Scottish Sports Day event held in Victoria.Beats Beats are simply a measurement of time in music. Bar #1 = “One, Two, Three, Four” Bar #2 = “One, Two, Three, Four” … That means an entire song usually has anywhere between 100-300 bars depending on the length of the song and its beats per minute. Phrases Phrases are a little more complicated to explain in text. It could be a set of lyrics or a particular set of sounds that compile a phrase.Usually expressed as a drum beat (kick, snare, etc.), the typical beat pattern (or time signature) in EDM, Hip- Hop and other popular music is 4×4. In order to understand phrases, you must think of a song as a story that is comprised of many chapters. In dance music, they are usually expressed in 16 or 32 beats (4 or 8 bars).