Marches -- 19th century

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Music,

A volume containing 'Rousseau's Dream' by J. B. Cramer; Swiss airs and a Swiss dance; a quadrille; waltzes by Carl Maria von Weber, Balduci [sic, for Boildieu?], Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johan Nepomuka Hummel, etc.; a German drinking song; Gaelic, Tyrolese (one by Joseph Kuffner), Irish, French, Danish and German airs; marches; a pastorale by Franҫois Adrien Boildieu; a harp air; gallopades; a polonaise; Hungarian melody; preludes for the harp by P. M. Meyer ('Not to be copied'); hymn-tunes (to words by Thomas Kelly, William Cowper, John Newton, Joseph Addison, Reginald Heber, etc.); Scotch airs (to words by Miss --- Drinkwater); chants by Sir J. Stepenson; a psalm-tune; a Portuguese song ('modinha'); etc.

Musical papers,

Six bifolia, one watermarked 1799 (ff. 7-8), containing school exercises and traditional tunes written during the first half of the nineteenth century and bearing the names of Thomas Richards (f.1), Lewis Richards (f. 2), the Reverend David Richards (f. 4), John Lloyd (f. 7), and Mair Richards (f. 8). Two further loose folios, also first half of the nineteenth century, contain the tunes 'Sims March' (f. 13) and 'Agatha' (f. 14), the latter with accompanying words in English. Eleven cyclostyled folios of Welsh folk-tunes, 1919-1925, found with the above, are now kept separately as Cwrtmawr Music MS 50 ii.

Tune book,

Two tune books, written at the beginning of the nineteenth century, now bound as one volume. The first part (ff. 1-23 recto) contains hymn-tunes and Welsh traditional tunes, including 'Can y Proffwyd Davydd' ('cafwyd y Don ar geiriau oddiwrth y Doctor Pugh', f. 16 verso). The second part of the manuscript (ff. 23 verso-45) contains Welsh and English traditional tunes and marches.