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A Dramatic Cantata or One-Act Opera.
By Joseph Parry.
Cast Includes:
Assisted by a small Choir and The Eversley Octet.

Rhagarawd (Prologue).
Gorymdaith y Derwyddon (The Druids' March).
Cylch-Gerdd (Circle Ode)-Cydgan (Chorus)-"Plenydd, i Lwybrau" ("Plenydd, We Greet Thee").
Ymbil-Gerdd (Monody).
Awen Gerdd (The Muses)-Can. (Song) - Ceridwen and the Muses.
Hanes-Gerdd (Epic) - Mae Natur yn Amryllw (So Many Hued is Nature).
Bugeil-Gerdd (Eclogue) - "Mae'r Haul yn Tywynu ("The Sun Is Now Shining").
Mawl-Gerdd (Invocation) - "O Dad y Dydd" ("O Sun of Day!")
Scene 2-Night.
Phantasy. Nos-gerdd (Nocturnal)-Chorus-Druidesses - Cydgan Derwyddesau.
Y Gyflafan (The Massacre)-Chorus-"Ust! Beth yw'r Swn?" ("Hush! What's the Sound?").
Yr Wylofain (The Lament)-Solos and Chorus.
Scene 3-At Early Dawn. Gwawr Cristionogaeth (The Dawn of Christianity)-Solos and Chorus.

Contributors

Author:
Joseph Parry
Libretto:
null Dyfed
Musicians:
The Eversley Octet
Presented and Conducted by:
T. D. Jones.

William Lewis (Bass)
"Y Milwr Dewr."

Olive Williams (Soprano)
"Yr Eos."

David Harry (Tenor)
"Hoff Wlad fy Nghenedigaeth."

Bessie Griffiths-Howells (Contralto)
"Gwraig y Morwr."

Trio (Soprano, Tenor, and Bass)
"The Angel's Night Song."

Contributors

Bass:
William Lewis
Soprano:
Olive Williams
Tenor:
David Harry
Contralto:
Bessie Griffiths-Howells

5SX Swansea

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