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Question 1: The ________ saw the formation of Ar Log, who spearheaded a revival of Welsh fiddling and harp-playing, and continued recording into the 21st century.
IrelandFestival Interceltique de LorientBrittanyWales

Question 2: , The Victorian English Gentlemens Club, Attack! Attack!, ________, Hondo Maclean, Fflur Dafydd, The Blackout and the experimental Kyshera.
StereophonicsThe AutomaticFuneral for a FriendBudgie (band)

Question 3: Also, opera-singers such as ________ and later Delme Bryn-Jones found fame post World War II.
Colin DavisBaritoneJoan SutherlandGeraint Evans

Question 4: Welsh bands have the outlet for audiences, on such media as BBC Wales, BBC Cymru, ________ and The Pop Factory.
BBC Cymru WalesChannel 4ITV Wales & WestS4C

Question 5: The most traditional of Welsh instruments is the ________, and is considered the national musical item.
HarpIrelandUnited KingdomEngland

Question 6: Wales has a history of folk music related to the ________ of countries such as Ireland and Scotland.
Celtic musicCeltic fusionCeltic nationsCeltic rock

Question 7: Welsh folk is known for a variety of instrumental and vocal styles, as well as more recent ________ drawing on folk traditions.
Singer-songwriterJames TaylorJoan BaezBob Dylan

Question 8: It has distinctive instrumentation and song types, and is often heard at a twmpath (folk dance session), gŵyl werin (folk festival) or noson lawen (traditional party or ________).
Scottish peopleIrelandKiltCéilidh

Question 9: Also worth noting are the successful Drum and Bass DJ High Contrast who is from ________, the veteran house outfit K-Klass from Wrexham, and the Swansea-based progressive breaks producers Hybrid.
WalesEdinburghNewportCardiff

Question 10: See also Welsh Bagpipes, Pibgorn and ________.
CrwthByzantine lyraViolinLyre







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