Anthems -- Wales -- 19th century

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Anthem

An anthem entitled 'Cwymp Anghrist' by David Hughes ('Cristiolus Môn'), with words by Ebenezer Thomas ('Eben Fardd').

Anthem

Extracts from J[ohn] Ambrose Lloyd's prize-winning anthem at Manchester, 1855; carols; and a trio.

Anthemau

A collection of anthems and choruses by David Roberts, Bethesda, 1851, Griffith Rowlands ['Asaph'], Bethesda, J[ohn] Ambrose Lloyd, Edward Stephen ['Tanymarian'], and John Fawcett.

Anthemau

A book of anthems by various composers, including three by John Ambrose Lloyd ('Marwolaeth y Cyfiawn', 'Anthem angladdawl' and 'Addoliad').

Anthemau

An anthem entitled 'By the streams of Babylon', but with Welsh words, by William Owen, Tremadog, a chorus ('Y Mab Afradlon') by J[ohn] Ambrose Lloyd, Handel's 'Great Dagon', with Welsh words, and 'Ymadawiad' by William Jones.

Anthemau

A book of anthems, including 'Ac mi a glywais lais o'r Nef', 'Although the Fig Tree', 'God is gone up', and other anthems by J. D. Jones, Ruthin, 'Paid f'enaid gwan' by Griffith Rowlands, Bethesda, and 'Cenwch yr Udgorn yn Seion' by David Hughes.

Anthemau a chaneuon

Four compositions by D. Emlyn Evans entitled 'Praidd y Mynydd', 'Y Fordaith', 'Marwolaeth Picton' and 'Codwch yr Hwyliau', 1891; and three anthems, 'Wrth afonydd Babilon', 'Cyfoda, Llewyrcha' and 'Buost, O Dduw, yn noddfa i mi'.

Caneuon a thonau,

  • NLW MS 11989A.
  • File
  • [19 cent.] /

A tune book of Griffith Williams, Griolen, Llanuwchllyn, containing songs, hymn-tunes, and anthems. Eight of the compositions are attributed, seven to J. D. Jones, Ruthin, and one to E. S. Jones. Two of the compositions are written to words by Samuel Roberts ('S. R.'), Llanbryn-mair, and one to words by (Lewis (or Llewelyn?) Edwards] 'Llewelyn Twrog'.

Williams, Griffith, Llanuwchllyn

Cerddoriaeth,

Tune-books of the Reverend Evan Lewis, Brynberian, consisting largely of hymntunes, psalm-tunes, and anthems by D[avid] James, Brynberian (partly in his own hand), Martin Luther, Jo. Smith, R. Engleburt, Dr. [John] Randall, E. Blanks, Rippon, R. Keene, D. Richards, [David Jenkin Morgan], [ J. Williams], [ ] Arnold, J. Edwards, Llangadock, [Ludwig van] Beetho[v] en, Dr. Cope, [ ] Clarke, Thomas James, J[ohn] Evan, Pencareg [near Lampeter], W. Harries, Castellnedd, Wm. Evans, T. Jarman, John Roberts ('Ieuan Gwyllt'), D. Harries, 'ger Pencader', [John] Fawcett, [ ] Hendon, [William Owen, Prysgol], etc., together with compositions extracted from 'Casgliad Roberts' and from Juvenile Magazine, 1840, the words of hymns, airs, etc., and notes on the theory of music. The majority of the compositions were recorded during the period 1844-9, but there are additional items dated to the year 1881.

Evan Lewis.

Grisiau Cerdd Arwest,

  • NLW MS 10616A
  • File
  • [1823x1825] /

A copy of J. R. Harris: Grisiau Cerdd Arwest with manuscript hymn-tunes and anthems.

Harris, John, 1802-1823

John Phillips's Tune Book,

  • NLW MS 23983A.
  • File
  • 1812-1821 /

Tune book, compiled 1812-1821 (watermark 1810), containing psalm tunes, music for a funeral anthem (ff. 4v-6), and hymn-tunes, noted in the hands of Edward Maesgwynne [?p. Llanboidy, Carmarthenshire], 1812 ( f. 3), John Phillips, 1820 (f. 22) and Richard Jones Phillips, 1821 (f. 6). The volume belonged to John Phillips of Penrallt kibier [Pen yr Allt Ceibwr, p. St Dogmael's, Pembrokeshire] (inside rear cover). Two tunes - Pleasant Morning and New Durham - are accompanied by Welsh words (ff. 6v-8).
The source of one tune is noted as 'David Morgan's Book 1820' (f. 3v), and the authorship of two tunes - Abergeleu and Wonderful - is ascribed to the same individual, 1820 (ff. 16v, 18v, 19v). David Morgan may possibly be identified as Dafydd Siencyn Morgan (1752-1844), the Cardiganshire precentor and composer.

Edwards Maesgwynne, John Phillips and Richard Jones Phillips.

Llyfr cerddoriaeth John Lewis,

  • NLW MS 9504A.
  • File
  • [1869].

A manuscript book of hymn-tunes and anthems owned by John Lewis, Pont Twelly Stores, Llandysul, Cardiganshire, 1869. The titles include 'O na bawn i fel Efe'; 'Llawen Floeddiwch'; 'Caned Preswylwyr y Graig'; 'Dyrchaf fy llygaid'' 'Mola di'r Arglwydd o Seion'; 'Myned i Fynu'; 'Beth wyliedydd am y nos?'; 'Y Gwlithyn'; and 'Y fordaith'.

Llyfr tonau Henry Jones

The tune book of Henry Jones, Bala, containing Yr Arweinydd Cerddorol ... gan Richard Mills, Llanidloes, 1842, and manuscript hymn-tunes and anthems by Henry Jones and his fellow student at Bala, Edward Stephen Jones, better known as Edward Stephen ('Tanymarian'), 1844-1847.

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