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sian, west wales Folklore: The music of Wales (119* d) RE: Folklore: The music of Wales 19 Nov 10

Seligmanson, I thought I had posted a 'holding pattern' response but ... I guess not. I have asked around but haven't found anyone who know of anything relevant. Sorry. It isn't a common time in Welsh music.

Re: Plygain there are a couple of well known carols here: BBC Welsh learners There's also a Mudcat thread here.

If you're searching for Plygain on Youtube, I note that some things are labelled Plygain that aren't. Also, I've watched the ones by Muldoon's Picnic - a group for which I have some respect - but ... they obviously don't understand the tradition and haven't heard much of it either.


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