happy timeAhhh, the SCOTTISH SONG. How can you tell its Scottish? How about the tempo? The melody? The rhythm fill ins, and the upbeat syncopated hand clapping? The guitar strummed like a mandolin. Nice effect. A short intro gets you on your feet in half a second, and by the way; the intro is the melody and the bridge, but not necessarily the verse. William Wallace himself would be proud to consider this song Scottish. Artemisio e Loredana has kept the European tradition alive by again remembering the happy times. Grazie
scottish songwhat great introduction, very Christmasy rather than isolated to the Bonny Highlands. I thought there would have been a more definitive effort of introducing the listeners to this being Scottish in some way or other.. Its more tubular bells meets Italia rather than the Bonny Banks of ooh Lomond, perhaps if I wasn't such an illiterate ignoramous and understood other languages other than my mother native tongue, I met get some enlightenment from the lyrics, but I certainly didn't get it from the one, melody or style. sorry guys it didn't work for me on that front, I do appreciate the technical quality and skill of the overall production and engineering prowess but Ive just realised it is a bit more akin to the Eurovision Song Contest.
HiI always telling People.. is always a GOOD Idea to use Real Instruments not Computer generated music..this song Must Have a REAL LED Instrument..also a better Vocal will help the song..as It is now is just a working "demo",,Remember The Singer is "Making" The Song and an This Tune The Vocal Part isNot so Good..so try to rerecord It and after send It out.. again as It is Now I will not be surprise if They will "pass" on You song... Good Luck..
HiI was thinking this Really will be a Scottish Tune..( see no computer will gave You a sound of Original Instrument ) so as It is now is just a song ( Drum Machine need a better program ).. any how..this song need a Lot of work.. Re write.. Re Record with better arrangement and Vocal..sorry to say but is Not Ready for Music Publisher or Radio Play yet.. so keep working on It.. if You will send It now..I got a feeling They will agree with Me..
HiI do not know Why You put The Title a'Scottish" song.. I do not found anything Scottish in It..I know what Ypou are trying to do.. but in order to achieve That You MUST USE Real Instruments..Music Publisher or Dj on The Radio do NOT have Time to think what You trying to do.. Melody is nice but Vocal etc.. is not so .but send It out and let's see what will happen..I wish You good Luck but The Chances are slim..Have Fun..