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Give a short description of what happens in Section 1 of this song.
This Section has a traditional feel, uses E minor chords, but changes between E minor and G major. This Section is quiet and calm and has a main focus on the singer.
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Give a short description of what happens in Section 2 of this song.
In this Section, the full rhythm section is played, and is in G major. This Section is louder with a heterphonic pipe solo and backing vocals to sing a harmony.
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In this song, one section is syllabic and one is melismatic. Which is which?
The vocal line is syllabic, and the chorus is melismatic.
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Give a short rundown of the chords used in the first 8 bars of this song.
Bar 1 - C major, Bar 2, G major, Bar 3 - E minor/C major, Bar 4 - G major. These chords are then repeated for the next 4 bars.
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Which folk instruments are used in this piece?
Fiddle, Uilleann pipes, Accordion, Bouzouki.
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Which rockinstruments are used in this piece?
Drum kit, Wurlitzer piano, Bass guitar and voice (which also falls into the folk instruments).
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Give a short description of what happens in Section 2 of this song.

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In this Section, the full rhythm section is played, and is in G major. This Section is louder with a heterphonic pipe solo and backing vocals to sing a harmony.

Card 3

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In this song, one section is syllabic and one is melismatic. Which is which?

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Card 4

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Give a short rundown of the chords used in the first 8 bars of this song.

Back

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Card 5

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Which folk instruments are used in this piece?

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