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Twmpathology


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About Twmpathology

We are a lively 4-piece band specializing in ceilidhs, barn dances, dawns twmpath, weddings, parties, corporate functions and festivals in North West Wales which includes Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy and Llyn Peninsular and sometimes further afield.

Twmpathology are a five-piece twmpath/ceilidh/barn-dance* band based in the North-West corner of Wales, around the historic town of Caernarfon. Formed about four years ago, all the band have many years of experience playing music for dancing, and enjoy dancing themselves, so they know what’s needed to get those feet moving!  They play fiddle, accordion, guitar, bass and percussion. The band has their own caller who will guide everyone through the dances with gentle humour and.... fun!!  Yes, our emphasis is always on people joining in and having fun... a lot of fun!!! We don’t mind if you go wrong, fall over or have two left feet – as long as you have fun, then we are happy that we have done our job! Martin (or our other callers) will tell you all you need to know and guide you through the dances with skill, patience and good humour. No previous experience required! We play tunes from Wales, England, Scotland, Ireland and beyond, all carefully picked and arranged to suit the amazing variety of dances we do, and we put a few songs in as well while you are taking a breather. All played with a passion for good music, and a desire to give you an event to remember. * - twmpath? ceilidh? barn-dance? – what’s that all about? Well most people know what a barn dance is – a social dance to folk music. A ceilidh is generally much the same, only a bit more lively and energetic. And a dawns twmpath is the Welsh word for a ceilidh/barn dance. Simples.....


Audio Samples

Rochdale Coconut Dance (trad) and Weasel's Revenge written by Jan Hurst

Rochdale Coconut Dance (trad) and Weasel's Revenge written by Jan Hurst

Dacw 'Nghariad I Lawr yn y Berllan - a traditional Welsh folk song

Dacw 'Nghariad I Lawr yn y Berllan - a traditional Welsh folk song


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