Bragod is a duo giving historically informed performances of mediaeval Welsh music. The members are Robert Evans and Mary-Anne Roberts. Their music ranges over a very wide timescale, from verses from the early medieval poem Y Gododdin to 19th century songs.
Robert Evans plays the crwth and the six-stringed lyre, while Mary-Anne Roberts sings with a distinctive rather buzzing style. They use Pythagorean tuning. Their interpretation of the older music is based on Evans's research on the Robert ap Huw Manuscript in the British Library.
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