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Carolare: XI

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A time when all join in the singing of favourite hymns and sacred songs
The Nantyffylon Choral Society
Accompanied by the Maesteg and District Orchestral Society
Conducted by Trevor Davies
will lead the singing of:

Pa le, pa fodd dechreuaf (Trefn William James; Hen Alaw, Ton, Pen-yr-yrfa)
Hymn 1225, O Love that wilt not let me go (A.L. Peace; Tune, St. Margaret)
Emyn 1062, Cynhyrfai'r storm, a rhuai'r lli (J. B. Dykes, Ton, St. Aelred)
Chorus, Lord, Thou alone art God (St. Paul) (Mendelssohn)
Emyn 555, Dal fi'n agos at yr Iesu (Alaw Gymreig; Ton, Meribah)
Hymn 1212, Jesu, Lover of my soul (Caradog Roberts; Tune, Heatherdale)
Emyn 461, O! Arglwydd, galw eto (Dan Protheroe Ton, Cwmgiedd)

These Hymns are from the new Congregational Hymn Book.

From the Town Hall, Maesteg. Tonight at 9.5.

Contributors

Singers: The Nantyffylon Choral Society
Musicians: The Maesteg and District Orchestral Society
Conductor: Trevor Davies






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