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: Gwasanaeth Cymraeg

O Eglwys Y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd Pembroke Terrace, Caerdydd

A Religious Service
(In Welsh)
Relayed from Pembroke Terrace Calvinistic Methodist Church, Cardiff
(Daventry National Programme)

(See page 489)

: A Religious Service

From The Studio

The University College Students' Choir


Singers: The University College Students' Choir

: St. David's Day

A Programme of Welsh Music arranged and conducted by Dr. David Evans
(University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire)

Lizzie Davies (Contralto)
University College Students' Choir

National Orchestra of Wales

(Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)
(Leader, Louis Levitus)

I. Church Cantata for Solo, Choir and String Orchestra
Cyn llunio'r byd ............... David Evans
II. (a) Nocturne for Orchestra .... Morfydd Owen
(b) Fugue for Orchestra ...... D.E. Parry Williams
III. Songs
Atgof ac Angof ............ David de Lloyd
Huna dlws dy fam .......... David de Lloyd
Morfa Rhuddlan (Old Form) .... Welsh Melodies
Trymder ...................... Welsh Melodies
IV. Fantasy on Children's Tunes for Orchestra .... Hubert Davies
V. Welsh Ode for Choir and Orchestra
Deffro mae'n ddydd ............ David Evans


Arranger/Conductor: Dr. David Evans
Contralto: Lizzie Davies
Singers: University College Students' Choir
Musicians: National Orchestra of Wales
Orchestra Leader: Louis Levitus

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