Genre: landlerPlay genre
Landler music is a traditional folk music genre from Switzerland that is characterized by its lively and upbeat rhythms, typically played on accordion, clarinet, and double bass. It is often associated with dancing and is commonly heard at festivals and other social gatherings. The genre has a rich history and has been passed down through generations, with many regional variations. The Ländlertrio Bürgler-Laimbacher, Engadiner Ländlerfründa, and Ländlerkapelle Heidi Wild are all well-known groups that perform this type of music.