excerpt from 'Letter, Grace Gwyneddon Davies to John Lloyd Williams, undated' (127 words)

excerpt from 'Letter, Grace Gwyneddon Davies to John Lloyd Williams, undated' (127 words)

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Letter, Grace Gwyneddon Davies to John Lloyd Williams, undated

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I missed the Eisteddfod this year - but instead had a perfectly glorious fortnight of sunshine & beauty in Norway. One evening - at Bergen - a dozen dancers & singers in native costume came aboard & gave us a genuine folk entertainment. Songs, dances, reels, to the accompaniment of a 7 stringed violin with a drone bass. The singing games of which they gave several examples were charming. Of course I’ve no idea what they were all about & had the hopeless task of trying to explain what I wanted at the music stores the following day. It was unfortunate that this entertainment should have been given on the last evening & that we should be leaving before 10.30 - & that gave me no time to hunt out what I wanted. 

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