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: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(IN WELSH)
(National Programme)
Relayed from THE WELSH BETHANY CALVIN
ISTIC METHODIST CHURCH, AMMANFORD
(Presbyterian Church of Wales)
Trefn Y Gwasanacth (Order of Service)
Emyn 56, Disgwyliaf o'r Mynyddoedd Draw Darllen, Hebreaid ii, 1-18
Canu Salm 29. Salmdon Rhif 2
Emyn 563. Arglwydd Aiwain Trwy 'r Anialwch Gwoddi
Emyn, Brenin Seion Sy'n Dod Adref (Y Plant)
(Ton. Detholiad IV, Tudalen 14)
Emyn 612, Tyred lesu i'r
Anialwch Pregeth Gan Y Parch W. NANTLAIS Williams Emyn 211, Arglwydd lesu Arwain F'Enaid.
Y Fendith
Yr Emynau Allan 0 Lyfr Emynau Newydd Y
Methodistaid Calfinaidd. A Wesleyaidd

Contributors

Unknown: Bethany Calvin
Unknown: Mynyddoedd Draw
Unknown: Canu Salm
Unknown: Salmdon Rhif
Unknown: Arglwydd Aiwain Trwy
Unknown: Anialwch Gwoddi
Unknown: Anialwch Pregeth Gan

: A Sibelius and Grieg Programme

NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES
(Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)
(Leader, LOUIS LEVITUS )
Conducted by WARWICK BRAITHWAITE
Part I
SIBELIUS
THE ORCHESTRA
Nocturne, Elegy and Musette (King Christian
Suite)
MARGARET WILKINSON (Soprano)
Sunrise
But my Bird is long in homing
THE ORCHESTRA
Legend, The Swan of Tuonela March, Karelia
Part II
GRIEG
THE ORCHESTRA
Suite, Peer Gynt, No I THE ORCHESTRA
Poeme Erotique Lyric Suite

Contributors

Leader: Louis Levitus
Conducted By: Warwick Braithwaite
Soprano: Margaret Wilkinson








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