excerpt from 'Welsh Folk Songs: Society's Gratifying Progress' (68 words)

excerpt from 'Welsh Folk Songs: Society's Gratifying Progress' (68 words)

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Welsh Folk Songs: Society's Gratifying Progress

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… Some very representative examples of old Welsh melodies amongst the most recently discovered and collected by the [Welsh Folk Song] Society were sung by Miss Jennie Williams, Miss Megan Evans, and Mr. Powell Edwards to the accompaniment of Mrs. Mary Davies. These had a quaint beauty, a striking melodious significance about them which make them yet worthy of being preserved as interesting musical memorials of the past.

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