Welsh bardic music

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Until the 17th century a bard would compose a poem knowing it was going to be sung.[citation needed] Poetry was called music of the tongue and string music was called music of the string. Cerdd means either poetry or music.[citation needed] When bardic music died out the knowledge of how the music was set also died out.[citation needed]


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