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X:1 % T:Bredagad M:C| L:1/8 B:Daniel Wright – Aria di Camera (London, 1727, No. 61) N:”being A Choice Collection of Scotch, Irish & Welsh Airs N:for the Violin and German Flute by the following masters N:Mr. Alex. Urquahart of Edinburgh, Mr. Dermot O'Connar of Limrick N:Mr. Hugh Edwards of Carmarthen” F: Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:G g3d g>de>f|d3G A3B|(dB)(GB) (de)(dB)|f2a2a2 g>f| g3b c'bag|ed (e/f/g) A3B|dgec dBgd|B2G2 G4:| |:B|c>ec>e g3e|dedc A3G|cedB fefd|A2d2 d2 e>f| g2b2 c'/b/a/g/ a>b|gG A/B/c B2 (AG)|e3d g3a|b2g2g3:||

BREDAGAD. English, Country Dance Tune (cut time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. London music publisher Daniel Wright purports to have collected the tunes contained in his volume from "masters Mr. Alex. Urquahart of Edinburgh, Mr. Dermot O'Connar of Limrick, and Mr. Hugh Edwards of Carmarthen." The title of this tune may be Wrights rendering of a word in Welsh or Irish or Scots Gaelic.

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Printed sources : - Daniel Wright (Aria di Camera), c. 1727; No. 61.

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