Many centuaries ago the celts came to the galician land and marked it forever. For example by introdusing the bagpipes. No matter what route you choose for a stroll by the streets os Santiago, you'll hear the melody of a gaita. That would be mainly the CDs played in the souvenir shops. But if you're looking for live experince, there are certain bars where the Galician folkies come to play.
And if the bar is big enough, they also dance. A muiñeira is the most popular traditional dance. O muiño means a mill.
On the last one the Galicians are dancing with the guiris, i.e. with us the foreigners. And the girl in the red headband, Sandra, won the best dancer prize that weekend in a big contest in A Coruña. I've already asked her to teach me!