Facts on Capercaillie- Skye Waulking Song

Lucy Hodgson
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GCSE Music Note on Facts on Capercaillie- Skye Waulking Song, created by Lucy Hodgson on 04/29/2016.

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Facts on Capercaillie- Skye Waulking SongIt is in the style of Folk Fusion (folk and pop) Released in 2000 from the band's album NaduraIt uses a pentatonic scaleIt is strongly in the key of G major and is diatonicThe time signature is 12/8Features of rhythm include cross rhythms, polyrhythms and synopationThe texture is hetraphonicIt is a waulking song, meaning 'when woman pulled the cloth)Features of the song which make it suitable for this type of song include: Steady beat Use of vocables Repetitive The vocal line is syllabic and uses melisma in the chorusInstrumentation: Fiddle Uilleann pipes Accordion Bouzouki Tin Whistle Drum Kit Synthesizers Bass Guitar

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