#2
I don't know entirely what you're talking about, but I do know that all medievel music is modal, in that it uses the dorian (D to D), phrygian (E to E), lydian (F to F), and mixolydian (G to G) modes. Sorry i can't be of more help with the celtic music.
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#4
Celtic music is mostly modal. I think it uses Dorian a lot, but I'm not completely sure.
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#5
That "Music of the Devil" thing you mentioned is an augmented 4th, or Tri-tone. Ironically it is widely used today. In fact, it is the first interval used in the Simpsons theme song.
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#6
I use Mixolydian, but I'm not an expert by any means.

(That's for Celtic, I don't really use Medieval stuff).
#7
Ive been listening to alot of Jethro Tull lately and it seems they use alot of majors and sometimes pentatonics.

could you guys name any mediveal or celtic music I could listen to?
ive heard very little, but im slowly becoming obssesd by it.
#8
look around for richie blackmores newer solo stuff

hes really in to that now..... i blame DIO and his mythical ass
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#9
I LOVE Medieval music. It's kind of tough to find, but the stuff I find I usually love!

I also like when we watch a Shakespeare movie or listen to a recording of a Shakespearean play in school. I always listen for the background music, and I love it.

But yeah, check out a band called Blackmore's Night. They're awesome.
#10
One of the most prolific composers of gregorian chant (medievel) was hildegard von bingen. look her up.
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#11
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#12
For celtic music I always hear mixolydian sounds. For example, bagpipes do this alot The will have the root note droning in the background and will usually be jumping around in mixolydian.
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