Carols, Welsh.

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'Diferyn Difyrrwch neu Ganiadau Plygeiniol',

  • NLW MS 4934B.
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  • [early 19 cent.].

'Diferyn Difyrrwch neu ganiadau plygeiniol er coffadwriaeth am ymddangosiad Duw yn y cnawd', being a collection made by G. C. Griffith of 'englynion', 'carolau', and other poems by Robert Hughes (Neuadd y blawd), Will...

Griffith, G. C. fl. 1816.

Anthemau, carol a chân ddirwest,

A collection, by Thomas Jones, of anthems taken from psalms, choruses from Handel fitted with Welsh words, a carol ('Clywch lu'r nef'), and anthem by William Owen, Cil Melyn [Prysgol] ('Cwymp Babilon'), and temperance songs.

Barddoniaeth

Miscellaneous poems, including a 'pryddest' on 'Saccheus ar ben y Sycamorwydden' written for an eisteddfod at Tredegar, 1870; a 'Carol Plygain' and a 'Carol Pasg'; various poems - some of them in the autogra...

Barddoniaeth a llythyrau,

  • NLW MS 594D.
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  • [19 cent.].

Transcripts, mainly by Richard Lloyd, minister of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodists at 'Beamaris' about 1818, of cywyddau, englynion, odes, and carols by John Roberts (Sion Lleyn) and Rhisiart William Dafydd, and transcripts of letters to...

Lloyd, Richard, 1771-1834.

Barddoniaeth,

A fragment of four pages, numbered 171-4, containing poems by Thomas Edward, 1724, 'Tri phenill' by Catherine Rober[t]s, 'Carol y Gwilie' by 'Mr Edd. Wynne ficar ... Gwyddelwern', 1725, and 'Galarnad am y parched...

Edward, Thomas, fl. 1724.

Carol,

Ink piano score (undated and without text) of a carol for two voices and piano; and a pencil and ink sketch (dated 3. 12. 51, with Welsh words).

words: Llewelyn C. Huws.

Correspondence, etc.,

Miscellaneous letters, 1913-1934, mostly addressed to Philip Thomas, relating mainly to his involvement in local eisteddfodau and musical events. Included are letters and papers relating to Neath Harmonic Society, 1926 (ff. 34-36), and the 1933 We...

Emyn-donau ac anthemau

The music tune book of Griffith Edwards, Rhydymain, Merioneth, 1846, containing copies of anthems by D[avid] J[enkin] [Dafydd Siencyn] Morgan, J[ohn] Ambrose Lloyd, Edward Stephen Jones ['Tanymarian'] and Ellis Roberts; anthems on temper...

Henffych Fab = The Holy Child,

Manuscript orchestral score of 'Henffych Fab = The Holy Child' (words, Aneirin Talfan Davies), together with orchestral parts in B♭ major and B major, one score cover and individual parts for alto, soprano, tenor (photocopy) and bass voi...

Llyfr John Beans,

'Carolau', 'cerddi', 'cywyddau', and a few 'englynion', most of them transcribed by John Beans. Among the poets represented are Huw Morus, Edward Morus, Ellis Cadwaladr, Edward Samuel, Robert Hwmffres, Dafyd...

Llyfr Richart Roberts,

A miscellany containing a metrical dissertation on Psalm 8, verses 3 and 4, followed by a poem dealing with the seven planets; 'Darlleniad diwiol'; 'Carol i Fair', beginning 'Yngwledydd Judea yr oedd Zackaria'; a part...

Roberts, Richard, fl. 1699.

Llyfr tonau

A collection of hymn-tunes, anthems, chants, carols and other songs made by David Lewis, 1845, including hymn-tunes by the compiler, by J. Hughes, Alltlwyd and G. Griffiths, Aberafon; and two waltzes: 'Morgiana in Spain' and 'The Ki...

Llyfr tonau

The tune book of Lewis Lewis, tailor, Llanrhystyd, 1836, containing hymn-tunes, anthems, carols and songs by David Jenkin [Dafydd Siencyn] Morgan, Llechryd, Thomas Price, Llandrygarn, John Edwards, Llangadog, Hugh Hughes, Llanbabo, William Owen, G...

Melus-seiniau Cymru

'Melus-seiniau Cymru', a collection by John Jenkins, [1817]-[1820], with additions to about 1825 (watermarks 1805, 1813 in the fly-leaves), of Welsh tunes, most with the Welsh lyrics added.The volume is divided into several sections, con...

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

Miscellanea,

A volume containing notes of a very miscellaneous nature in the hand of Edward Williams ('Iolo Morganwg') except for a few pages in the hand of Taliesin Williams, his son. Included, pagination in brackets, are a brief note relating to th...

'Iolo Morganwg' and Taliesin Williams.

Per-seiniau Cymru

'Per-seiniau Cymru', a collection by John Jenkins, [1824]-[1825] (watermarks 1814, 1820), of Welsh tunes 'cyfaddas i Destunau difrifol' ('suitable for serious subjects') (f. 1).The volume contains 101 tunes, 52 of whi...

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829

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