Traditional Music Of Wales [Radio Wales]

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20070923

1/4. Huw Williams examines the causes of the triple harp's decline in Wales and assesses the impact of the concert harp in introducing a classical repertoire to harpists at the expense of traditional melodies.

20070924
20070930

2/4. Huw Williams celebrates Welsh traditional dancing, including clogging, and asks if eisteddfodau have had a positive or negative impact on the Welsh folk dance scene.

20071001
20071007

3/4. Huw Williams finds out about some of the more traditional Welsh instruments, including the pibgorn, the crwth and the fipple flute, and hears how contemporary musicians are using them to develop the traditional folk sound.

20071008
20071014

4/4.

Huw Williams explores the folk song tradition, revealing tensions between natural uncultivated singing and the formal, classical style.

20071014

4/4.

Huw Williams explores the folk song tradition, revealing tensions between natural uncultivated singing and the formal, classical style.

4/4. Huw Williams explores the folk song tradition, revealing tensions between natural uncultivated singing and the formal, classical style.

20071015
012007092320070924

Huw Williams examines the causes of the triple harp's decline in Wales and assesses the impact of the concert harp in introducing a classical repertoire to harpists at the expense of traditional melodies.

012007092320070924

Huw Williams examines the causes of the triple harp's decline in Wales and assesses the impact of the concert harp in introducing a classical repertoire to harpists at the expense of traditional melodies.

022007093020071001

Huw Williams celebrates Welsh traditional dancing, including clogging, and asks if eisteddfodau have had a positive or negative impact on the Welsh folk dance scene.

022007093020071001

Huw Williams celebrates Welsh traditional dancing, including clogging, and asks if eisteddfodau have had a positive or negative impact on the Welsh folk dance scene.

032007100720071008

Huw Williams finds out about some of the more traditional Welsh instruments, including the pibgorn, the crwth and the fipple flute, and hears how contemporary musicians are using them to develop the traditional folk sound.

032007100720071008

Huw Williams finds out about some of the more traditional Welsh instruments, including the pibgorn, the crwth and the fipple flute, and hears how contemporary musicians are using them to develop the traditional folk sound.

04 LAST20071015

Huw Williams explores the folk song tradition, revealing tensions between natural uncultivated singing and the formal, classical style.

04 LAST20071015

Huw Williams explores the folk song tradition, revealing tensions between natural uncultivated singing and the formal, classical style.