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: EDGAR PHILLIPS

yn darllen ei farddoniaeth ei hun
Edgar Phillips , o'r Coed Duon, Mynwy, a enillodd y Gadair yn yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol yn Wrec-8am yn 1933.
(A reading of his own poems by ' Edgar Phillips )

Contributors

Unknown: Edgar Phillips
Unknown: Edgar Phillips

: 'YR YSCOL SUL'

Ymddiddan gan
Y Parch. D. Tecwyn Evans
(A talk on ' The Sunday School by the Rev. D. Tecwyn Evans )

Contributors

Unknown: D. Tecwyn Evans
Unknown: Rev. D. Tecwyn Evans

: ' BUDDUGOLIAETH Y CROES'

Canu Mawl o Dwrgwyn (M.C.),
Bangor, Sir Gaemarfon
(' The Victory of the Cross '—Songs of praise from Twrgwyn Chapel,
Bangor)
Emyn, Hwn ydyw'r dydd y cododd
Crist (Llyfr Emynau'r Enwad, 347 ; Stracathro)
Emyn, Ai am fy meiau i (360 ;
Cymer)
Emyn, Cof am y cyfiawn lesu (373 ;
Via Crucis)
Emyn, Iesu, 'Mrenin Mawr a'm
Priod (539 ; Cwm Du)
Cor-Gan, Yr Arglwydd yw fy
Mugail Emyn , Er gwaetha'r maen a'r gwylwyr (668 ; Rhagluniaeth)
Emyn, Arglwydd nef a daear, gariad hollalluog (725 ; Pontmorlais)
Organyddion, E. Lloyd Hughes a Meirwen Roberts
Pencantwr, Evan Lewis
Fe gyflwynir y rhaglen gan y gweinidog, y Parch. Gwilym Williams

Contributors

Unknown: Canu Mawl
Unknown: Yr Arglwydd
Unknown: Mugail Emyn
Unknown: E. Lloyd Hughes
Unknown: Meirwen Roberts
Unknown: Evan Lewis
Unknown: Gwilym Williams

: A PIANOFORTE RECITAL

(Datganiad ar y Piano) gan Frank Mannheimer

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Mannheimer

: Play, 'THE SEAGULL'

(Drama ' Gwylan y Mor

: GWASANAETH CREFYDDOL

(Bedyddwyr) o Ruhamah, Penybont-ar-Ogwr,
Morgannwg
(A Baptist Service from Ruhamah
Chapel, Bridgend, Glamorgan)
Organ
8.0 Trefn v Gwasanaeth
Emyn, Yr Arglwydd a feddwl amdanaf (Llawlyfr Moliant, 825)
Darllen, Efengyl loan xv, 1-8
Emyn, Ysbryd Sanctaidd. disgyn
(468)
Gweddi
Anthem, Dyddiau dyn svdd fel glaswelltyn (Thomas Davies )
Pregeth gan y Parch. E. KING JONES
Emvn, 0, Sancteiddia fenaid
Arglwydd (648)
Organydd, Sarah J. Thomas
Arweinydd y Gan, J. Emrys Griffiths

Contributors

Unknown: Ysbryd Sanctaidd.
Unknown: Thomas Davies
Unknown: Sarah J. Thomas
Unknown: J. Emrys Griffiths

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

(Achos Da'r Wythnos)

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping
(Yr Ail Newyddion)

: MELODIES OF CHRISTENDOM

(Alawon Cred: Syr Walford Davies )

Contributors

Unknown: Walford Davies

: 'COED TAN

Stori newydd gan Gwynfor
Fe'i hadroddir hi gan yr awdur
(' Firewood ', a story by Gwynfor)

: HYMNS OF FRANCES RIDLEY HAVERGAL

The Fabian's Bay (Swansea)
Chapel Choir
Conductor. R. Leyshon
Tell it out among the heathen I bring my sins to thee
Take my life and let it be Golden harps are sounding Who is on the Lord's side ? Thy Life was given for me
0 Saviour, precious Saviour
Frances Havergal lived for some years at Newton, Mumbles, Swansea. It was there that she wrote the best-known of all her hymns-
Take my life and let it be
Consecrated, Lord, to thee.
And it was there that she died in 1879. Tonight's programme will be introduced by Professor Ernest Hughes
(Emynau Frances Ridley Havergal, gan Gor Capel Fabian 's Bay,
Abertawe)

Contributors

Unknown: Frances Havergal
Duced By: Professor Ernest Hughes
Unknown: Gor Capel Fabian

: EPILOGUE

(Y Gair Olaf)








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