An unique collection of over two thousand eighteenth and nineteenth century Welsh ballads. A number of these ballads originated from the collection of Myrddin Fardd. The “cerdd” in Wales carried out the function of the modern newspaper for a whole century. As such, it is an invaluable tool for researchers looking into the social history of the time.
For further details consult, J.H. Davies, A Bibliography of Welsh Ballads, 1911
Due to the fragile condition of this collection, Cerddi Bangor are available for consultation on microfilm only.
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