There are many different forms and styles found in Gaelic music, ranging
from unaccompanied vocal singing to full instrumental music. This
list is just a short collection of examples and information on some of
these different facets of a dynamic and living traditions and therefore
by definition must be incomplete.
Na Ṕoba The Pipes
An Fhidheall The Fiddle
All of this information is available via
Other Celtic Music links
For a good page describing a great many things dealing with celtic music,
Gerard Manning firstname.lastname@example.org has
made a great page
containing a wealth of information including discographies,
festival lists, lyrics of tunes, an archive of
music for tunes including abc formats for
pipe tunes, information of buying celtic music,
session lists and bibliographies.
to get there.
To the Gaelic homepage