Out Of The Strings Of A Fiddle, The Melodies Of Cold, Craggy Isles

The Shetland Islands, a cluster of rocks in the North Sea, is an unusual place. Wealthy from offshore oil, Shetlanders are yet wedded to ancient traditions. And they play the fiddle like no one else.

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