Skye Waulking Song Capercaillie

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GCSE Music Mind Map on Skye Waulking Song Capercaillie, created by Miss Pearson on 01/07/2014.

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Created by Miss Pearson almost 6 years ago
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Skye Waulking Song Capercaillie
1 HARMONY/TONALITY
1.1 Cluster chord - notes all next to each other - opens the song
1.2 G major
1.3 Diatonic
1.4 3 main chords G Em C
1.5 because the dominant chord is avoided, the music feels Modal
2 STRUCTURE
2.1 Call and Respose - 4 different phrases each lasting 1 bar
2.1.1 Phrase 1 - Call in Gaellic - starts high
2.1.2 Refrain 1 - response, vocables, starts mid range
2.1.3 Phrase 2 - call in Gaellic, starts low
2.1.4 Refrain 2 - response, vocables starts high
2.2 Intro
2.3 Verse 1
2.4 Verse 2
2.5 Instrumntal Break
2.5.1 based on refrain 2
2.6 Coda
3 MELODY
3.1 Pentatonic - 5 note scale
3.2 low register for voice - notated with tenor clef, sounds octave lower than printed
3.3 Syllabic
3.4 Alternates between 1 bar call and reponse
3.4.1 Call in Scots Gaellic
3.4.2 response using vocables
3.5 Instrumentalists
3.5.1 short melodies
3.5.2 countermelodies
3.5.3 based on vocal phrases
4 RHYTHMS
4.1 Syncopation in vocal melodies
4.2 Countermelodies instrumental
4.3 Cross-rhythms hi-hat at beginning, this changes when the full band enters to emphasise metre
5 METRE
5.1 12/8
5.1.1 Compound quadruple time
6 TEXTURE
6.1 Layered Texture
6.1.1 Rhythmic Pattern
6.1.1.1 Drum Kit
6.1.2 Bass Line
6.1.2.1 Bass Guitar
6.1.3 Chords
6.1.3.1 Synthesiser and Accordion
6.1.4 Main Melody
6.1.4.1 Vocals
6.1.5 Counter melodies
6.1.5.1 Violin, Wurlitzer Piano, Uillieann Pipes, Bouzouki
7 INSTRUMENTATION
7.1 3 unusual instruments
7.1.1 Wurlitzer piano (early electric piano
7.1.2 Uillieann Pipes - like bagpipes but softer
7.1.3 Bouzouki - lute from Greece

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