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  • Altan [r]: One of the top Irish traditional music groups, who have recorded much of the music of their home, County Donegal. [e]
  • Celtic music [r]: The traditional or folk music that originates from countries or regions that, until a few hundred years ago, used Celtic languages, and especially Ireland and Scotland. [e]
  • Fiddle [r]: The violin, when played in folk music or jazz. [e]
  • John Doherty (fiddler) [r]: Perhaps the best-known fiddler of County Donegal, Ireland. [e]
  • Reel (music) [r]: A type of tune in 2/4 or 4/4 time, to which the reel can be danced, common in "Celtic" musics such as Scottish traditional music and Irish traditional music. [e]