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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR :

Songs and a Story by LILIAN MORGAN

Contributors

Story By: Lilian Morgan

: ORGAN RECITAL

By A. CYRIL BAYNHAM
Relayed from St. Mary's Parish Church

Contributors

Unknown: A. Cyril Baynham

: A WELSH INTERLUDE

Readings from Welsh Poetry and Prose by GUNSTONE JONES

: Ceridwen

A Dramatic Cantata or One-Act Opera by JOSEPH PARRY
Libretto by DYFED (Soprano)(Contralto)(Tenor)(Bass)
Assisted by THE STATION CHOIR and THE STATION
ORCHESTRA
Presented and Conducted by T. D. JONES
Rhagarawd ............ (Prologue) .............
Corymdaith y DerwyddOn {(Cydgan. ' Plenydd, i lwybrau '
(The Druids March) Chorus. Plenydd, we greet Thee'
Cylch-Gerdd (Circle Ode)
Ymbil-Gerdd
(Monody)
Awen-Gerdd ......... Can. Ceridwen and (The Muses) .......... J Song. the Muses Hanes-Gerdd \Mae natur yn amryllw (Epic) ............... j So many-hued is nature Bugeil-Gerdd \Mae'r haul yn tywynu (Eclogue) ............. The Sun is now shining
Mawl-Gerdd .......... } O dad y dydd !
(Invocation) .......... O Sun of Day!
SCENE 2.-Night.
Phantasy. Nos-Gerdd \Cydgan. Derwyddesau (Nocturnal) .......... Chorus. Druidesses
Y Gyflafan ........... {Cydgan. Ust ! Beth yw'r swn ? '
(The Massacre) ....... Chorus. Hush ! What's the Sound !'
Yr Wylofain ......... Solos and Chorus (The Lament) ........
SCENE 3.-At Early Dawn
Gwawr Crist ionogaoth ... 1 „ , , __
(The Dawn of Christianity) Solos and Chorus

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Parry
Conducted By: T. D. Jones
Ceridwen: Olive Williams
Eufron: Bessie Griffiths-Howells
Plenydd: David Harry
Tydain: Erasmus Morgan








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