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sian, west wales Folklore: The music of Wales (119* d) RE: Folklore: The music of Wales 16 Feb 11


Sorry Harry. We have met briefly. I do respect your work generally and enjoyed a workshop I did with M's P a few years ago. You're right. I should not have said 'ones'; rather, 'one'. Nice attempt. Better than some. But you haven't quite got the sound. Also, for the record, by juxtaposition, people might think that the Muldoon's Picnic one is in the "Plygain that aren't" category and that would be wrong as well. Yours is, indeed, a Plygain carol.

Unfortunately there aren't a whole lot of youtube clips of Plygain tradition bearers. There is one of Parti Bronheulog singing at a ... West Gallery? ... workshop. I think I did look for an all-male Plygain group on Youtube but didn't find one.

sian


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