Skye Waulking Song - Capercaillie

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1. What is 'Waulking'?

  • The action of ancient protesting
  • The process of making tweed fabric more flexible and windproof
  • Like a jog, except slower
  • Combining two different genres together
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2. Which is the correct key?

  • Bb majinor
  • G minor
  • G major
  • F# minor
  • E major
  • F# major

3. What is a traditional Celtic folk instrument that features in this piece?

  • Hurdy Gurdy
  • Bouzouki
  • Concertina
  • Bodhrán

4. Which is the correct structure?

  • Intro, Verse 1, Break, Verse 2, Chorus, Verse 3, Verse 4, Chorus, Verse 5, Verse 6, Verse 7, Outro
  • Intro, Verse 1, Break, Verse 2, Verse 3, Verse 4, Verse 5, Instrumental, Verse 6, Verse 7, Verse 8, Outro
  • Intro, Verse 1, Break, Verse 2, Verse 3, Verse 4, Verse 5, Verse 6, Instrumental, Verse 7, Verse 8, Outro
  • Intro, Verse 1, Break, Verse 2, Verse 3, Verse 4, Verse 5, Chorus, Verse 6, Verse 7, Verse 8, Outro

5. There is frequent syncopation.

  • True
  • False

Comments

Samuel Richardson

This is a great quiz with a combination of some simple, and some more tricky questions - something for everyone! 

12cantrellb

the bouzouki is a Greek instrument

traditional Celtic intruments are:

• bodhran (Irish)

• Uilleann pipes (Irish)

• tin/penny whistle

idontknowanymore

@12cantrellb so is  bouzouki not featured in it?

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