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    Deuawd (Duet) comes in a laminated digipack, with sleeve artwork incorporating little known nineteenth century folk art slate carvings from North Wales.

    The sound engineering is by Jens Schroeder using vintage microphones and valve electronics, and is of demonstration quality.

    On its original release in 2009 Deuawd was widely and positively reviewed and has subsequently come to be regarded as a modern classic of Welsh Traditional Music.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Deuawd via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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released December 27, 2013

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Track Name: Cerdd y Gog Lwydlas
As I was walking, and my little heart sad, On Monday morning, at the break of day I heard the cuckoo, strangely sweet, On the side of the hill by the bush. When I heard her echo singing so sweetly On the side of the high hill on the bush’s twigs I asked her a question, seriously and honestly Where were you for so long from your country? I was somewhere, I’m not sure where Lying as if dead, confined to my place, Sheltering and sleeping in temporary shelters And now I have permission to sing in your land. My time to sing is April and May And half of June, as you all know, I will go away, my chicks are small And before Ifan’s festival my song will cease.