The Celtic music of Ireland, Scotland, and Brittany continues to be fused with the original music of Galicia with the seven-piece music group Milladoiro. The merchandise of two distinctive bands, among which played middle ages music as well as the other conventional Celtic folk music, Milladoiro has generated a distinctive sound that they contact, “chamber folk.” The initial vision that resulted in the forming of Milladoiro was conceived by jazz multi-instrumentalist and music historian Xose A. Ferreiros in November 1978. Made up of previous students on the School at Santiago de Compostela, the group gathered its huge repertoire from historic manuscripts and ratings. Milladoiro has continuing to bottom their musical strategy on various other Celtic bands. Within an interview with Dirty Linen, harp, tromba, ocarina, electric guitar, and bouzouki participant/vocalist Rodrigo Romani described, “We wished to perform the same which the Chieftains do for Irish music, or the Bothy Music group, or Alan Stivell with Breton music.” The musical customs of their homeland in Galicia are certainly noticeable in Milladoiro’s audio.