Bardd yn ei Awen (Y)

Find traditional instrumental music

Bardd yn ei Awen (Y)  Click on the tune title to see or modify Bardd yn ei Awen (Y)'s annotations. If the link is red you can create them using the form provided.Browse Properties <br/>Special:Browse/:Bardd yn ei Awen (Y)
Query the Archive
Query the Archive
 Theme code Index    1H535 4436
 Also known as    Inspired Bard (The)
 Composer/Core Source    
 Region    England
 Genre/Style    Welsh
 Meter/Rhythm    Air/Lament/Listening Piece
 Key/Tonic of    C
 Accidental    NONE
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    2/4
 History    ENGLAND(Wales)"ENGLAND(Wales)" is not in the list (IRELAND(Munster), IRELAND(Connaught), IRELAND(Leinster), IRELAND(Ulster), SCOTLAND(Argyll and Bute), SCOTLAND(Perth and Kinross), SCOTLAND(Dumfries and Galloway), SCOTLAND(South Ayrshire), SCOTLAND(North East), SCOTLAND(Highland), ...) of allowed values for the "Has historical geographical allegiances" property.
 Structure    AABB
 Editor/Compiler    Edward Jones
 Book/Manuscript title    Book:The Bardic Museum
 Tune and/or Page number    pp. 110-112
 Year of publication/Date of MS    1810
 Title of recording    
 Record label/Catalogue nr.    
 Year recorded    
 Score   ()   

X:1 T:Bardd yn ei Awen, Y T: Inspired Bard, The M:2/4 L:1/8 R:Air N:”Formerly there were ancient tune called Awen Wrli, Awen N:Oleuddyn, and Awen Goleudydd; that is, Welsh Inspiration, N:Oleuddyn’s Inspiration, and Goleuddydd’s Inspiration—which N:were so called after the names of their composers, who probably N:were celebrated bards; but the latter name Goleuddydd appears N:to have been a female Bard.” N:Jones prints a total of six variation sets for the harp. B: Edward Jones – The Bardic Museum (1810, pp. 110-112) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:C c2GF|EFG>E|FEFD|EFAc|BcdB|[E4c4]:| |:c2 ec|ABce|(f>e)dc|{c}BABG|c2 ~GF| EFG>E|FEFD|EFGc|BcdB|[E4c4]:| P:1st variation |:(3gc'e (3egc|(3ceG (3GcE|FAG FED|EFG ABc|Bdc BAG| cGE C2::(ced) ecB|AcB cAF|(dfe) fdc|Bdc BAG|cBA GAF| EFG G>G|FAG FED|EFG ABc|Bdc BAG|cGE C2:| P:2nd variation c2 G>F|EFGE|FEFD|EFGc|B/c/d/e/ f/d/g/f/|(e2c2):| |:c2 ec|ABce|fedc|{B}BA BG|c2 G>F| EFGE|FEFD|EFGc|(Bf) e/d/c/B/|[E4c4]:| P:3rd variation |:c/c'/b/c'/ e/c'/f/c'/|e/c'/f/c'/ g/c'/e/c'/|f/c'/e/c'/ f/c'/d/c'/| e/c'/f/c'/ e/c'/f/c'/|b/c'/d'/e'/ (f'/d'/c'/b/)|{d'}c'4:|

X:1 T:Bardd yn ei Awen T:Inspired Bard, The M:C L:1/8 R:Air N:The indicated tune for the song “Clod y Fenni” (Song to Cambria) B:John Thomas – Y Caniedydd Cymreig/The Cambrian Minstrel (1845, p. 10) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:D V:1 "Air" d3d A2G2|F3G A2F2|G2F2G2E2|F3G A2d2|c3e e2c2| d4 z4:|d3d f2d2|B3c d2f2|g2f2e2d2|c3B c2A2|d3d f2d2| B3c d2f2|g2f2e2d2|{f}e4 z4||d3d A2G2|F2G2A2F2|G2F2G2E2| F2G2A2d2|c3d e2c2|d4 z4|| V:2 "Alto" f3f f2e2|d3e f2d2|e2d2c2c2|d3g f2b2|a3 g/f/ e2e2| f4z4:|a3a a2a2|g3g g2a2|g2a2g2b2|a3a a2a2|f3f d2f2| g3g a2f2|e2d2cB d2|{d}c4 z4||f3f d2c2|d3e f2d2|e2d2c2c2| d2g2 fa bf|a3 g/f/ e2e2|f4 z4|| V:3 "Tenor" A3A F2B2|A3A A2B2|A2A2 G2A2|B3B d2F2|A3B c2B2| A4z4:|A3A d2A2|d3d d2d2|B2A2B2e2|e3d e2c2|d3A F2A2| B3B A2d2|A2A2 GB AF|A4 z4||A3A F2G2|A3A A2A2|A2A2G2A2| B2B2d2 FB|A3B c2B2|A4 z4|| V:4 "Bass" clef=bass D,3D, D,2D,2|D,3D, D,2D,2|C,2D,2E,2A,,2|D,3E, F,2D,2|F,3B, A,2A,,2| D,4z4:|F,3F,A,2F,2|G,3A,B,2A,2|E,2F,2G,2^G,2|A,3A, A,G, F,E,|D,3D, D,2D,2| G,3G, F,2D,2|A,2D,2 E,G, F,D,|A,4z4||D,3D, F,2E,2|D,3D, D,2D,2|C,2D,2E,2A,,2| D,2E,2F,2D,2|F,3B,A,2A,,2|D,4z4||