A legend in the ancient Irish "Book of Conquests" has it that Ireland was founded by the son of the king of Galicia, a region in the northwest of Spain. Whether this is true or not, the music and language of this country have more in common with Ireland, Brittany and other Celtic regions than with the rest of Spain. This recording encompasses the Galician music, mixed with some incredible Irish music. This recording was really instigated by their meeting of the Galician bagpiper (Gaita) Carlos Nu
Try also "Bilbao 00:00" (Bilbao Zero Hour) by Kepa Junkera. Absolutely incredible music.
Muineira de Freixido
I’ve added the minor key setting of the tune here, as X2:
On the track, it’s played in e minor, but I’ve uploaded in d minor.
Dublin in Vigo tunes
Incomplete, but here’s what I’ve managed to piece together for the Dublin in Vigo track ( video of same also here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQX99B6UruE ):
Alborada de Veiga (or at least a part of it)
playing same song
Jackson’s Morning Brush: https://thesession.org/tunes/2699
Muineira, name currently unknown: https://thesession.org/tunes/13912
Muineira de Chantada: https://thesession.org/tunes/7738
Muineira de Cabana
The unnamed Muineira above has been identified as the Muineira de Cabana.