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In the myth of Taliesin, Avagddu (also called Morfran) was the extremely ugly son of Ceridwen and Tegid Veol. Avagddu's mother, Ceridwen, tried to help her son make his way in the world by creating a potion that would give him knowledge of the future. Unfortunately, she gave Gwion Bach the job of stirring the brew; he splashed some drops on his fingers and licked them, whereupon he gained he knowledge, and Afagddu remained ugly and despised.


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Non Sequitur Music Publishing -Morfran (122 words)
Morfran, for solo bass clarinet, was written in October of 1987 for bass clarinetist Michael Lowenstern.
Morfran ("Great Crow"), son of the witch' Ceridwen and the nobleman Tegid Foel, is mentioned as a member of King Arthur's court in the medieval Welsh tale Calhwch and Olwen.
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Although the name Morfran creates an interest in the deeper aspects of life, we emphasize that it limits your versatility and scope, tuning you to technical details.
The name of Morfran creates a quiet, systematic, and technical nature and a clever, inventive mind, attentive to detail.
You are attracted to working outdoors in nature, where you would experience the peace and serenity you so much desire.
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