11 March at 19:30
Lincoln College Chapel
Lincoln College, Turl Street, OX1 3DR Oxford, Oxfordshire
A rare performance of the crwth, the Welsh bowed lyre. Bragod will be performing cerdd dant and other Welsh music for a very special Lincoln concert.
Eleanor Giraud @EleanorGiraud Mar 12 Last night’s performance by @Bragodmusic was quite mesmerising: repetitive crwth patterns and almost unworldly vocals
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Dyfaliad Crwth – Kaniad y Gwynn Bibydd
‘Dyfaliad Crwth’ is an extract from a long poem, ‘Cywydd Requesting a Crwth’, by Gruffudd ap Dafydd ab Howel (early 16th century). ‘Kaniad y Gwynn Bibydd’ is a piece music from the Robert ap Huw Manuscript (British Museum Additional Manuscript 14905).
Video: Ben Stammers and Sarah Roberts filmed at Patricio Church, Nr. Abergavenny. Continue reading
Saturday, 2 March 2013 19:30 Adar/Birds at Small World Theatre, Small World Theatre | Theatr Byd Bychan Small World Centre | Canolfan Byd Bychan Bath House Road Cardigan | Aberteifi Ceredigion SA43 1JY Tickets: £10.00 Adults http://www.smallworld.org.uk
Sunday, 10 March 2013 Bragod at Cecil Sharp House Lunchtime Concert and Afternoon Workshop Cecil Sharp House 2 Regents Park Road Primrose Hill London NW1 7AY Phone: 020 7485 2206 firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, 1 March 2013 19:30 Adar/Birds at Y Tabernacl, Machynlleth, Powys Y Tabernacl Heol Penrallt Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8AJ Phone: 01654 703355 Website: http://www.momawales.org.uk Tickets: £10.00, £8.00 concessions, £5.00 children.
Crwth: Robert Evans, Voice: Mary-Anne Roberts . The englynion by Lewis ap Sienkyn and Sion Mowddwy, date form the 16th century and show the anxiety of trained poets, (and no doubt, harpers and crwth-players) concerning the growing taste among the … Continue reading
Mary-Anne Roberts and Robert Evans reveal a sound-world rich in acoustic phenomena, unlike any suggested by classical or folk music. They dance the formal binary structures of this ritual music which contrasts fixed and movable notes. Medieval poetry and string … Continue reading