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: GWASANAETH CYMRAEG

o Eglwys y Santes Fair, Dinbych
(A Religious Service in Welsh, relayed from St. Mary's Church, Denbigh,
North Wales)
Trefn y Gwasanaeth
Emyn 639, Disgyn lor o'r uchelderau
(T6n, Blaencefn)
Y Cyngor
Y Gyffes Gyffredin
Gollyngdod Gweddi 'r
Arglwydd Gwersiglau ac atebion
Venite Salm lxv (Satin-Dôn, Hopkins) Y Llith Gyntaf , Micah vi, 1-8 Te Deum
Yr Ail Lith, Luc iv, 1-13 Jubilate
Credo'r Apostolion Gweddiau
Emyn 252, Henffych i enw lesu gwiw
(Ton, Lledrod)
Gweddiau Emyn 184, Saif Brenhiniaeth fawr yr lesu (Ton, Tanymarian)
Anerchiad gan y Gwir Barchedig
W. T. HAVARD , M.C., D.D., Arglwydd Esgob Sant Asaph
Emyn 68, FeUy carodd Duw wrthrychau (T6n, Tanycastell)
Bendith
Organydd a Ch6r-Feistr,
MARTIN H. STEPHEN
Yr Emynau a'r Tonau allan o Hymnau yr Eglwys ac Emyniadur yr Eglwys
Disgrifir Eglwys y Santes Fair fel yr olaf o Eglwysi diweddar Dinbych. Gosodwyd ei chareg-sylfaen yn 1871, a chysegrwyd hi yn 1875. Gan mai hi ydyw prif eglwys y dref, cedwir ynddi Gofrestrau'r plwyf sy'n mynd yn ol i'r flwyddyn 1683, ynghyd a hen lestri'r Cymun yr hynaf o honynt yn Gwpan o oes Elizabeth.
Gellir gweled yno hefyd ' dorsal ' sy'n hyn na'r Diwygiad Protestanaidd , a chanddo y llythyrglwm Santaidd a thestun Lladin wedi eu gwau yn y defnydd. Yr oedd hwn gynt yn Eglwys St. Hilary, a ddiosgwyd yn 1894, ac a dynnwyd i lawr yn llwyr wedi'r rhyfel. Collwyd y dorsal am amser pan ddiosgwyd yr Eglwys ond cafwyd hyd iddo yn 1906.

Contributors

Unknown: Gyffes Gyffredin
Unknown: Gollyngdod Gweddi
Unknown: Arglwydd Gwersiglau
Unknown: Venite Salm
Unknown: Llith Gyntaf
Unknown: Apostolion Gweddiau
Unknown: Gweddiau Emyn
Unknown: Saif Brenhiniaeth
Unknown: Gwir Barchedig
Unknown: W. T. Havard
Unknown: Martin H. Stephen
Unknown: Yr Emynau
Unknown: Diwygiad Protestanaidd

: WALDINI'S GYPSY BAND

LYN JOSHUA (baritone) in brown Studies
This band, which broadcast for the first time in 1934, is composed of strings with harp, mandolines and accordions, and specialises in gypsy interpretations, making a special feature of the Viennese waltz.
Lyn Joshua has been broadcasting for many years in the Western programmes. This is the first time he has taken part in a Sunday programme. He has played many roles in the Children's Hour.

Contributors

Baritone: Lyn Joshua
Unknown: Lyn Joshua

: A RECITAL

by CYRIL HELLIER (violin) and CLIFFORD HELLIER (pianoforte)
The Hellier brothers, who were born in Bristol, are both under 30 years of age. They studied at the Royal Academy of Music for several years and have given recitals in many parts of the country. They have appeared at the Queen's Hall, and have also broadcast in National and Regional programmes. Cyril, who was for some time with the original Orpheans, has appeared in most European countries and, in collaboration with his brother, has written several violin solos. Clifford has written a symphonic poem, many solos, and a sonata for violin and pianoforte which is being played in this programme.

Contributors

Violin: Cyril Hellier
Pianoforte: Clifford Hellier

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An Appeal on behalf of THE COALWAY (FOREST OF DEAN) AMENITY SCHEME, by CHARLIE JENKINS , an unemployed miner
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Jenkins
Unknown: John Payne

: THE NEWS

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