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    (Original post by JessicaCavallo)
    What did everyone put for the scale? I put pentatonic, but know someone who put one of everything (major, minor, dorian, pentatonic)
    I put pentatonic-

    pretty sure it's right.... http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/...odes/index.asp
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    (Original post by IzzyWatkins)
    I put pentatonic-

    pretty sure it's right.... http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/...odes/index.asp
    Ahhhh, that's reassuring!! Thankyou! Also do you happen to know what that first Scottish piece was called?
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    i put pentatonic but no clue if its right
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    (Original post by JessicaCavallo)
    Ahhhh, that's reassuring!! Thankyou! Also do you happen to know what that first Scottish piece was called?
    ahahaha I wish honey xD been googling scottish folk singers but haven't found it:/ gonna ask my music teacher on Monday if he has any idea- or if he can listen to the track and search it using the lyrics xD
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    Just been looking through too, can't find anything, found a similar piece by capercaille with similar tune but cant find it, only lyrics i remember are "londonderry'
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    (Original post by koolcucumber)
    Just been looking through too, can't find anything, found a similar piece by capercaille with similar tune but cant find it, only lyrics i remember are "londonderry'
    could you link the capercaile piece?
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHLPj3uy9wU mix of capercaille and something
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    Can anyone find out what the folk tunes were, I'm dying to know
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    My melodies were on point yana
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    (Original post by IzzyWatkins)
    ahahaha I wish honey xD been googling scottish folk singers but haven't found it:/ gonna ask my music teacher on Monday if he has any idea- or if he can listen to the track and search it using the lyrics xD

    Did you ask your teacher ?
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    (Original post by Billee)
    Did you ask your teacher ?
    Yeah, we listened to the songs and typed in the lyrics and nothing came up:/

    Both my music teachers thought Irish but when I told them the options they said probably scottish:/
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    (Original post by IzzyWatkins)
    Yeah, we listened to the songs and typed in the lyrics and nothing came up:/

    Both my music teachers thought Irish but when I told them the options they said probably scottish:/
    Do you have some of the lyrics, I would like to have a try on a few sites. I was wondering if they were Irish migrant songs i.e. from USA
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    (Original post by Billee)
    Do you have some of the lyrics, I would like to have a try on a few sites. I was wondering if they were Irish migrant songs i.e. from USA
    No, I didn't think to write them down sorry!
 
 
 
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