Picked two to mention: Albannach are feisty. Dangerous but friendly. Bit like one or two of their fellow country-peep I’ve known. And The Busking Fiddlers are jus’ wonderful. Thanks.
We be thanking' ya for this.
With some of these forms of Scottish / Irish traditional dancing as in above videos, the posture of the arms held stiffly straight down & un-moving, has an aspect of repression about it ... the stiffness of the shoulders is a posture suggestive of fear ... it seems the young people are being held back from using their hands and arms in a natural wayThis can give a bit of discomfort to some of us viewers ... It seems to reflect the 'occupied peoples' aspect of these cultures ... One is wishing for the children & young people to move their bodies more naturallyOne's arms are the first things that one moves when communicating, or rebelling
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Nice music, cold and gloomy weather and lack of sunshine, folk most likely nicer than Britons, sure...but who cares for Scotland outside of this masonic infested country ?Bad weather brings boozing and sadness for most of the population.The glory days of Anglosaxons are fading away. Celtic culture as well. Not it is for Slavic nations !Slavic were always more close to ancient Vedic culture;even the Slavic languages resembles holy Sankrit much more than Western languages...(Of course people are rude in slavic countries as well, but they have this "something" which Westerners lack. )Regards,