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: THE STATION ORCHESTRA, directed by

FREDERICK BROWN

Contributors

Unknown: Frederick Brown

: CYMANFA GANU

(Welsh Community Singing Festival)
Relayed from Plas Mynwyr (The Miners' Institute), Rhosllanerchrugog, Nr. Wrexham
Relayed to Daventry
JACOB EDWARDS (Alaw Maelor), National
Eisteddfod Penillion Singer
ALWENA ROBERTS (Tylynores Ial), Official
Harpist of the Welsh National Eisteddfod
Two THOUSAND SINGERS, directed by W. S.
GWYNN WILLIAMS
The Community Songs selected will be taken from ' Caneuon Y Cymanfa,' the Welsh Community Song Book, prepared by W. S. Gwynn Williams, and will include-
Hen Wlad fy Nhadau; Ar Hyd y Nos;
Capten Morgan ; Glan Medd-dod Mwen ; Gwew Fach, Y ; Gwyr Harlech ; Llwyn Onn ; Merch Megan ; Nos Galan ; Tros y Garreg; Ymadawiad y Brenin ; Aberystwyth ; Bangor ; Braint ; Brynhyfryd ; Cyfamod : Cwm Rhondda ; Delyn Aur , Y , Hyfrydol; Llef ; Moab
GIRALDUS CAMBRENSIS, who journeyed through Wales with Bishop Baldwin in 1188, tells us that what we should now call 'Community Singing,' and what is thought by many to be a new movement recently introduced from abroad, was much practised in Wales over seven hundred years ago. We are also told by the same writer that Welsh Community Singing was then, as it has remained until today, always in parts.
During the last hundred years the ' Cymanfa Ganu ,' or Welsh Community Singing Meeting, has almost wholly been in connection with the chapel or church, with the result that few songs are so well known to Welsh singers as the old Welsh hymn tunes. In this Concert at Rhos, however, which is held in connection with no particular religious organization, Welsh National Airs and Folk-Songs are being introduced in full harmony, in addition to some of the best-known Welsh hymn tunes.

Contributors

Harpist: Alwena Roberts
Unknown: Glan Medd-Dod Mwen
Unknown: Gwyr Harlech
Unknown: Nos Galan
Unknown: Delyn Aur
Unknown: Bishop Baldwin
Unknown: Cymanfa Ganu

: A Short Song Recital by WALTER JENNINGS (Tenor)

These are the stations from which Mr. Clare is broadcasting this week :-
Monday, Manchester ; Tuesday, Bournemouth ; Wednesday, Glasgow ; Thursday, Cardiff ; Friday, Belfast ; Saturday, Birmingham.

: THE ORCHESTRA'S CARNIVAL

(Solo Piccolo : BERT HATTON )(Piccolo : BERT HATTON ; Bassoon :
TOM DRUMMOND )(Trumpet : FRED DAVIDSON; Trombone:
ALBERT FISHER )

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Hatton
Bassoon: Tom Drummond
Unknown: Albert Fisher








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