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Sub-Arctic Mongol Diasporic/post Constantine Roman Modal

Posted: Tue Mar 16, 2010 7:09 pm
by talasiga
Yes, it is this hybrid that is the root of ITM.
Root I said, not every new branch and flower.

Re: Sub-Arctic Mongol Diasporic/post Constantine Roman Modal

Posted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 4:15 am
by chris_coreline
what are your thoughts / theories on the rhythmic patterns then? - i think 9/8 may be root (q-Gaelic) celtic. Prove me wrong if i am, but its not that common elswhere.

Re: Sub-Arctic Mongol Diasporic/post Constantine Roman Modal

Posted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 9:32 am
by fearfaoin
Mongols, eh? Wonder why Tuvan
throat singing didn't make the cut.
That would've added a lot to sean nos.

Re: Sub-Arctic Mongol Diasporic/post Constantine Roman Modal

Posted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 3:13 pm
by s1m0n
There's a thousand years betwixt constantine and the mongols.

Re: Sub-Arctic Mongol Diasporic/post Constantine Roman Modal

Posted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 6:51 am
by J├Ąger
chris_coreline wrote:what are your thoughts / theories on the rhythmic patterns then? - i think 9/8 may be root (q-Gaelic) celtic. Prove me wrong if i am, but its not that common elswhere.


9/8 isn't all that uncommon in swedish traditional music. Though it's rarely written out as such, only in 3/4 with triplets. And the rhythm is quite different from your average slip/hop.

Waaaait! Maybe that's where hip hop came from!

Re: Sub-Arctic Mongol Diasporic/post Constantine Roman Modal

Posted: Sun May 30, 2010 7:49 am
by talasiga
s1m0n wrote:There's a thousand years betwixt constantine and the mongols.


sub arctic mongol is not a reference to the historical mongols of Genghis Khan et seq, but a reference to racial types who have inhabited around and just below the arctic circle since yonks .......