Following an update from Google on Google + saying Happy National Day to Bulgaria I thought It would be a good day to post this tune. It was recorded in Sofia in 2009 and is traditional sounding Bulgarian music as far as I know.
Listen to 50 minutes of non stop instrumental Greek music it’s a shame the video did not include images of Greece but finding the only instrumental music from Greece was not that easy but “it’s all Greek to me” that’s what Dutch people say instead of saying it’s Double Dutch.
Since most people from Spain live in the region of Andalusia and this piece of music is played with a classical Spanish guitar I think this would be the most appropriate piece of music to share here as a typical Spanish instrumental tune. The region is famous for it’s Sherry something I never really liked that much as it gave me heartburn but that’s my own personal opinion. Seville is the main city of the region and each year since 1980 it hosts the festival Bienal de Flamenco featuring many Guitarists and other Spanish cultural performers.
I once got fed up and jumped on a train to Basel never did get a chance to visit the Swiss alps or any Villages in the country but it was a nice place to be but very expensive. This is some traditional instrumental Swiss music to remind me of those days because as messed up as they were at least I could think of the future and live in the hope of one day returning to that country of cheese with holes in it and good timepieces so I would know the exact time the banks are open at to lodge my redeemed wealth[related_posts]
This music is played on a fiddle like instrument called the nyckelharpa which is much like the French stringed Instrument the Vielle. It’s sound is calming and soothing which explains why the nyckelharpa has been used in traditional Swedish music for over 600 years.
Sweden is situated here
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