Genre: scottish gaelic folkPlay genre
Scottish Gaelic folk music is a traditional genre that originated in the Scottish Highlands and Islands. It is characterized by the use of traditional instruments such as the bagpipes, fiddle, and accordion, as well as the Gaelic language. The music often tells stories of Scottish history, culture, and mythology. It has a distinctive sound that is both haunting and lively, with intricate melodies and rhythms. Today, the genre is kept alive by contemporary artists who blend traditional elements with modern influences.