o Foriah, Eglwys yr Annibynwyr,
(Carolare, from Moriah Congregational Church, Cilfynydd,
Emyn 559, Ysbryd byw y deffroadau
Emyn 93, Molianned uchelderau'r nef (Ton, Wiltshire)
Emyn 609, Marchog Iesu , yn llwyddiannus (Ton, Hyfrydol)
Emyn 656, Mi wela'r ffordd yn awr
Emyn 555, Dal fi'n agos at yr Iesu
Emyn 589, Beth yw'r ddisglair wawr sy'n torri (Ton, Austria)
Yr Emynau a'r Tonau allan o'r
Caniedydd Cynullcidfaol Newydd
Arweinydd, W. Edryd Lewis
Organydd yr Eglwys,
Organydd Gwadd , R. Gwlithyn Evans
Produced by T. Rowland Hughes
In this series of programmes we bring to listeners sound-pictures of some of the salient industries in Wales. The descriptive commentaries are illustrated by sound-records taken by the BBC Mobile Recording Unit during its recent tour in Wales. For this programme records were taken at the Penrhyn Slate Quarry, Bcthesda, by courtesy of the Manager.
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