excerpt from 'Letter, Alfred Perceval Graves to John Lloyd Williams, 8 August 1917' (62 words)

excerpt from 'Letter, Alfred Perceval Graves to John Lloyd Williams, 8 August 1917' (62 words)

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Letter, Alfred Perceval Graves to John Lloyd Williams, 8 August 1917

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There is a gathering of lovers of Folk Song here at Harlech, Granville Bantock & Mrs Kennedy Fraser & her daughter Patuffa who has done so much for Hebridian music[:] the mother by her settings of the airs & lecturing upon + singing them, the daughter by singing them delightfully to the Celtic Harp [-] the small Irish one which all our Folk Singers should have[.]

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