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Hywel Girls' Choir - Clychau Aberdyfi / Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn album mp3

Hywel Girls' Choir - Clychau Aberdyfi / Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn album mp3
Hywel Girls' Choir
Clychau Aberdyfi / Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn
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Complete your Hywel Girls' Choir record collection. Discover Hywel Girls' Choir's full discography. Clychau Aberdyfi, Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn ‎(Shellac, 10").

Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn" (English: Watching the White Wheat) is an 18th-century traditional Welsh love song. It describes the tragic love affair between Wil Hopcyn and Ann Thomas (The Maid of Cefn Ydfa) from the village of Llangynwyd in Glamorganshire. Ann belonged to a wealthy farming family but Wil was only a farm labourer. Ann's mother rejected Wil and forced Ann into a marriage with Anthony Maddocks, the son of a local squire.

9. Bugeilio'r gwenith gwyn (Watching the White Wheat), folk song. 10. When I Survey The Wondrous Cross. 11. Hunting the Hare for voice & ensemble. Clychau Aberdyfi (The Bells of Aberdovey). 20. Land of My Fathers, song.

Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn.

Tracks count: 24. Views: 0. Elinor Bennett - Syr Harri Ddu 02:51. Elinor Bennett - Clychau Aberdyfi 03:20. Elinor Bennett - Ar Lan Y Mor 02:24. Elinor Bennett - Paid A Deud 01:53. Elinor Bennett - Merch Y Melinydd 01:27. Elinor Bennett - Meillionen 01:16. Elinor Bennett - Morfa Rhuddlan 05:17. Elinor Bennett - Codiad Yr Ehedydd 02:17. Elinor Bennett - Bugeilio'R Gwenith Gwyn 02:58. Elinor Bennett - Suo Gan (Huna Blentyn) 02:06. Elinor Bennett - Y Gwydd 02:15. Elinor Bennett - Migldi Magldi 02:05. Mathias: Santa Fe Suite & Other 20th Century Harp Classics - Albert Rousell, Elinor Bennett, Germaine Tailleferre, Malcolm Arnold, Marcel Tournier, William MATHIAS, Бенджамин Бриттен, Габриэль Форе, Пауль Хиндемит.

Cainc Dafydd Broffwyd. Pibddawns Abertawe Napoleon Crossing The Alps. Bugeilio’r Gwenith Gwyn. Nansi Richards Jones (1888 - 1979) of Penybontfawr, Oswestry, was known as the Queen of the Harp. An expert on both the triple and pedal harps, she always maintained that the greatest influences on her life were her father, the Gypsies who stayed on their farm, and Tom Lloyd, Telynor Ceiriog, who taught her to play the harp. A volume recording the story of the life and career of one of Wales’s most renowned harpists through the medium of letters, photographs and documents. Black-and-white photographs. Posted by ceolachan 12 years ago. Nansi and the roma.

Choir Choir (barbershop) Choir + keyboard Choir + orchestra Voice + guitar Voice + keyboard. Groups of the same instrument. Piano four hands Duet Trio Quartet Quintet Sextet Septet Octet. Bugeilio’r gwenith gwyn harp trio.

Bugeilio'R Gwenith Gwyn - Catrin Finch. Clychau Aberdyfi - Robin Huw Bowen. Gyda'N Gilydd (Corau Cymru Yn Canu Caneuon Poblogaidd, The Choir Of Wales In Popular Mode). Traddodiad Canu Gwerin Cymru-Ddoe A Heddiw, The Folk Music Of Wales - Yesterday And Today.


A Clychau Aberdyfi
B Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn

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  • Matrix / Runout: (A Label): 3125-1
  • Matrix / Runout: (B Label): 3125-2
  • Matrix / Runout: (A Stamped): 3125 1
  • Matrix / Runout: (B Stamped): 3125 2