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: The Rev. EBRARD REES: 'Old Welsh Easter Customs'

A LTHOUGH ancient Wales was ruthlessly
Puritan and took no cognizanco of Lent, many practices handed down from Druidic times still survive during Holy Week. From time immemorial the celebration of Easter in Wales begins with Flower Sunday or the Sunday of the Flowers. The date coincides with Pahn Sunday, but the origin of the custom is quite distinct.

: Egwyl Gymraeg

Cerdd-ddarlith fer ar Alawon Gwerin Cymru-II
Caneuon yr Aelwyd Gan , GWLADYS HOWELL
A Short Lecture-Recital of Welsh Folk
Songs of the Home
THE rhythm of the wooden cradle rocked by foot in the old Welsh homes accompanied many lullabies. Miss Howell will show that folk-music evolved without conscious reference to rule, and it was, therefore, heartfelt and sincere, with simplicity as the keynote.


Unknown: Alawon Gwerin Cymru-Ii
Unknown: Aelwyd Gan
Unknown: Gwladys Howell
Unknown: Cenir Gan
Unknown: Margaret Owen
Unknown: Short Lecture-Recital
Unknown: Gwladys Howell
Sung By: Margaret Owen

: 'Future Arrangements'

A Farce in One Act by FRANCIS MORTON
Captain Dutt, a small, plump man of about sixty, is about to set out on a fresh trip, and he is discussing future arrangements with his wife.


Unknown: Francis Morton
Cap'n Dutt (of the 'Jane Gladys'): T Hannam-Clark
Sam Clark (of the 'Jane Gladys'): Tom Jones
Mrs Dutt: Daisy Cull


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