Meirionydd is one of my favorite tunes right now. I find it almost boisterous in its exuberance. It is a very cheerful tune and most gratifying in the eleventh and twelfth measures or so. I like the Welsh tunes generally.
We also have a Samuel Sebastian Wesley arrangement of Camberwell in our hymnal that is very elegant and neatly put together. I am exceedingly fond of it. I like to think that this sort of music shows SS Wesley was no nonconformist, nothing rugged or awkward here.
I think I am going to have to put these two names in a story sometime. Perhaps they can be places for Martin L. Smugglewit to run into when he is plotting the overthrow of fairyland: the palace at Meirionydd and the ford of Camberwell.