*brings up her fiddle and start playing* Or if you don't want to hear my splendid versions of walking tunes and polskas, here are some links to Swedish folk music: First we have [link=http://www.noside.com/Catalog/CatalogArtist_01.asp?Action=Get&Artist_ID=37]SWÃ…P[/link] Eventhough they are mixing with some Irish music here's a polska from my home region. [link=http://www.tvfolk.net/artistVideo.asp?ID=8&resolution=high]Click here for video[/link] Another favourite from the same album is [link=http://www.tvfolk.net/artistVideo.asp?ID=20&resolution=high]Lill-Mats[/link] or little Mats. I even like this one so much that I've made my own alternative lyrics to it. This one comes from my neighbouring region. The singer/female fiddler is from my home town. And then since Enji mentioned the nyckelharpa, or key harp as it is in English, I bring you [link=http://www.noside.com/Catalog/CatalogAlbum_01.asp?Action=GetOne&Album_ID=118]100% key harp[/link] on this site there are several links where you can listen to mostly polskas but also some walzes and marches.