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ALAW – Melody

£12.00

Exquisite arrangements of traditional Welsh melodies for fiddle, guitar and accordion.
‘the playing fairly sparkles… and embodies a miraculous degree of sensitivity in its sheer deftness’ NetRhthms

Product Description

Oliver Wilson-Dickson, Dylan Fowler and Jamie Smith join forces in this celebration of traditional Welsh Melodies.
Oliver Wilson-Dickson, Dylan Fowler a Jamie Smith yn ymuno yn y dathliad hwn o Alawon traddodiadol Cymreig.

1. Glyn Nedd / Gyrru’r Byd Ymlaen 4:21
The Glen of Nedd / Kick the World Before Me

2. Cariad Newydd / Erddygan Y Crythwr Du Bach / Welsh Morris 3:53
New Love / The little Black Crwth Players Tune / Welsh Morris

3. Jig Arglwydd Caernarfon / Jig Owen 4:04
The Lord of Caernarfon’s Jig / Owen’s Jig

4. Y Ddau Farch / Gwel Yr Adeilad 3:21
The Two Steeds / Behold the Building

5. Y Gwen Lliw’r Lili / Hud y Frwynen 6:07
Lilywhite Gwen / The Charm of the Rushlight

6. Craig Y Ddinas 3:45
Dinas Rocks

7. Ar Foren Teg 5:13
On a Fair Morn

8. Breuddwyd Y Wrach / Nyth Y Gog 5:13
The Witch’s Dream / The Cuckoo’s Nest

9. Ffarwel I F’ienctid / Yr Hafen Ddisglair / Tŷ Coch Caerdydd / Y Gŵr A’I Farch 7:15
Farewell to my Youth / The Bright Haven / The Red House of Cardiff / The Man and his Horse

10. Will a’I Fam 4:25
Will and his Mother

Praise for Melody:

‘rewarding and refreshingly different… musicians communicate their expertise and understanding with real affection’ FATEA magazine

‘Quietly reflective gems’ The Sunday Times

‘the playing fairly sparkles… and embodies a miraculous degree of sensitivity in its sheer deftness’
NetRhthms

‘One heck of a rollicking blast of foot-stomping Celtic glory!’ Acoustic Magazine

1 review for ALAW – Melody

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    ‘rewarding and refreshingly different… musicians communicate their expertise and understanding with real affection’ FATEA magazine

    ‘Quietly reflective gems’ The Sunday Times

    ‘the playing fairly sparkles… and embodies a miraculous degree of sensitivity in its sheer deftness’
    NetRhthms

    ‘One heck of a rollicking blast of foot-stomping Celtic glory!’ Acoustic Magazine

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