Triban Gwyr Morganwg
X:1 T:Triban Gwyr Morganwg T:War Song of the Men of Glamorgan, The M:C L:1/8 R:Air Q:"Majestic" O:Welsh B:Edward Jones - ”A choice collection of 51 Welsh airs” (1863, p. 24) N:Edward Jones (1752-1824) advertised himself as "harper to his late Majesty N:King George the Fourth, when Prince of Wales." Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:F A>G|F2F2F2 c/B/A/G/|F>GA>B c3-B/A/|B2 dB AcAF|c2c2c2 (3fed| c>dB>c A>BG>A|F>GA>B c3 B/A/|B2B2 B>cd>f|e2 c>c c2 fg/a/| g.ef.d c.AB.G|F>GA>B c3 B/A/|d2d2d2 de/f/|e2 c>c c2 (3cde| (f>g)f>e Td2c|B>cde fefd|c>dB>c A>BG>A|F2 F>F F2:|]
TRIBAN GWYR MORGANWG. AKA - "Triban Morganwg." Welsh, Air (whole time). F Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). One part. Harper John Parry, in a letter to the editors of the Cambrian Quarterly Magazine and Celtic Repertory, vol. 2 (London, 1830, p. 292), wrote: "Triban Morganwg" is so called from its being retained by the bards in Glamorganshire, after it, and several other ancient metres, had been discarded at an Eisteddvodd held at Carmarthen in 1451."