Darllenir darnau o farddoniaeth wedi eu hvsgrifennu yn nhafodieithoedd Cwmtawe, Ceredigion, Dyfed, Gwynedd a'r Rhondda
Trefnir y rhaglen gan
Gymrodorion Abertawe o Ebeneser, Capel yr Annibynwyr,
(A reading of Welsh dialect poetry from Ebenezer Welsh Congregational
Chapel, Swansea) *
Directed by Ronald Harding
Frank Thomas (violin) ; Gwen Griffiths (violin) ; Nina Rochard (viola) ; Ronald Harding (violoncello) ; Mary Kendall (pianoforte) ;
Hubert Pengelly (pianoforte)
F. L. Attenborough
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