The Spotify player (see http://www.spotify.com
) and servers allow you to legally play music from quite a large library (if you don't subscribe, it is supported by advertising)
Some artists/genres are quite well represented, others less so - it depends what deals Spotify have done with the record companies and distributors. The selection is changing as new deals are done (and also some music is lost if rights are withdrawn).
So far I haven't much that's 'gurdy related, but perhaps others will do better ?
Here are a few to get started:
Telleman Concerto (three movements)http://open.spotify.com/track/3QkzRpKg5MxteGDUIVNycGhttp://open.spotify.com/track/3ywU8kYsg09goqkvuiel0jhttp://open.spotify.com/track/59qv28nALMMmu2MWnl1VUu
Galician compilation, a number of tracks feature HG e.g.http://open.spotify.com/track/6uYIx6RRBagMQg7LZyKdjYhttp://open.spotify.com/track/1pTI41s4ay04Ptu27zekHO
And finally a sound sample which is bad enough to put anyone off the HG, some of the others on this record are better and more interestinghttp://open.spotify.com/track/2yhDIqW2zXk9q3uI994NLG
It's an interesting idea, I expect it will be important in the future of music distribution and if you have broad musical tastes, I am sure you will find something interesting to listen to!