“Llancesau Trefaldwyn” ~ another one for Fiddle Aunt
Discussion: So - what about the Welsh?
# Posted by Fiddle Aunt - 7/3/2013
Means Montgomery Lasses. A version of this tune is played by Carl MacKenzie the Cape Breton fiddler on his "It’s a Corker" CD. He calls it Kerr’s Irish Quickstep.
X: 2 “Irish Jigs: Quick Step”
S: "Kerr’s Fourth Collection of Merry Melodies", Glasgow, 1870-75, page 22, tune #193
N: Listed in this collection under "Irish Jigs", pages 22 - 26
X:3 “Irish Jigs: Quick Step”
The Kerr notation, X: 2, lowered a 4th to D Major…
Welsh music site
For those interested in Welsh music. Good site but limited amounts of tunes, around 120. Arranged apphabetical and as session sets.