Sources

Antient British Music, John Parry (1742)
Musical and Poetical Relicks of the Welsh Bards, Edward Jones (1784)
Six Welch Airs, Edward Smith Biggs (1796)
The Beauties of Cambrian Melodies, Henry Hulse (1800)
The Bardic Museum, Edward Jones (1802)
Sixty of the most admired Welsh Airs, William Bingley (1803)
A selection of Welsh melodies, John Parry (1809)
A select collection of original Welsh Airs, George Thomson (1809)
A Collection of Welch Airs, John Parry (1810)
A select collection of original Welsh Airs, George Thomson (1811)
A Selection of British Melodies, John F. M. Dovaston (1817)
A select collection of original Welsh Airs, George Thomson (1817)
Hen Ganiadau Cymru, Edward Jones (1820)
A Selection of Welsh Melodies, 1st Number, John Parry (1822)
A Selection of Welsh Melodies, 2nd Number, John Parry (1822)
Cambrian Harmony, Richard Roberts (1829)
A collection of the most Popular Welsh Airs, Henry Samuel Hayden (1834)
British Melodies. The Composition of Master Hughes, Joseph Tudor Hughes (1839)
A choice collection of Welsh Airs, Edward Jones (1850)
The Songs of Wales, John Thomas (1874)
The Songs of Wales | Caneuon Cymru, Henry Brinley Richards (1879)
Gem Selection Songs of Wales, Alfred William Tomlyn (1907)
Gem Selection Songs of Wales, David Emlyn Evans (1907)
Journal of the Welsh Folk Song Society, John Lloyd Williams (1912)
Alawon Gwerin Môn, Grace Gwyneddon Davies (1914)
Folk-songs collected in Flintshire and the Vale of Clwyd, Ruth Herbert Lewis (1914)
Ruth Lewis papers in J. Lloyd Williams Archive AH2/1, Ruth Herbert Lewis (191x)
Ail Gasgliad o Alawon Gwerin Môn, Grace Gwyneddon Davies (1923)
Two Welsh Folk Songs, Gustav Holst (1933)

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