' Monarch minus Memory', by NORMAN HUNTER , told by RAYMOND EVELYN AMEY at the Piano
Storiau cynnar ein Cenedl, gan T. 0. PHILLIPS (Early Stories of our Nation by T. 0. PHILLIPS)
Caneuon i'r plant lleiaf, gan RACHEL EVANS (Songs for the smaller children, by Rachel Evans )
(On the Banks of the Conway)
' I wlad yr estron ar fy nhro
Nid awn i eto i dramwy,
Pe cawn fy 'nhroed ar ddaear hon Ar finion ceinion Conwy.'
T. H. PARRY WILLIAMS.
Ar hyd Dyffryn Conwy crwydrwn y tro yma—dyffryn rhamantus a welodd lawer tro ar fyd yn ein hanes fel Cenedl
Yn ein cwmni fydd:
CANORION CAERDYDD o dan arweiniad IDLOES OWEN
IRFONWY JONES (soprano)
CARADOG PRICHARD (darlleniad)
T. H. Parry
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