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The earliest mention of bagpipes in Scotland dates to the 15th century although they are believed to have been introduced to Scotland as early as the 6th century by the Gaels of Ireland. A. ^ M. The fusing of various styles of American music with British folk created a distinctive form of fingerstyle guitar playing known as folk baroque, pioneered by figures including Davy Graham and Bert Jansch.[12] This led in part to British progressive folk music, which attempted to elevate folk music through greater musicianship, or compositional and arrangement skills.[12] Many progressive folk performers continued to retain a traditional element in their music, including Jansch who became a member of the band Pentangle in 1967.[12] Others largely abandoned the traditional element of their music. After World War II traditional music in Scotland was marginalised, but remained a living tradition. "From Strathspeys to Acid Croft". 246. The Hardie Press, Edinburgh. Baxter, "Music, Highland", in M. Porter, ed., Defining Strains: The Musical Life of Scots in the Seventeenth Century (Peter Lang, 2007), ISBN 3039109480.

^ "Learmont-Drysdale" Scottish Composers: the Land With Music, retrieved 11 May 2012. Revivals[edit]. 102. ^ E. ^ J. 2001. From 1978, when they began to release original albums, Runrig produced highly polished Scottish electric folk, including the first commercially successful album with the all Gaelic Play Gaelic in 1978.[30] From the 1980s Capercaillie combined Scottish folk music, electric instruments and haunting vocals to considerable success.[31] While bagpipes had become an essential element in Scottish folk bands they were much rarer in electric folk outfits, but were successfully integrated into their sound by Wolfstone from 1989, who focused on a combination of highland music and rock.[32].

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