Music revision - Capercaille

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Which genre is this song from?
Folk fusion - a mixture between folk and rock music.
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In which year was it released?
2000.
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What is the name of the album this song is from?
"Nadurra".
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Which language is this song sung in?
Scottish Gaelic.
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Which other vocal technique does this song use to sound even more foreign?
Vocables.
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How was tihs song learnt?
Oral tradition.
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What kind of scale does this song use?
Pentatonic (5-note).
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Which key is this song in?
G major.
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Is the melody chromatic or diatonic?
Diatonic.
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What is the metre of this song?
12/8.
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Name three features of the rhythm in this set work.
Cross-rhythms, polyrhythms, and syncopation.
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What is the texture of this song?
Hetraphonic.
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How is this a "waulking song?"
There is a steady beat, the use of vocables and is repetitive.
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