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Barddoniaeth

Poems by Daniel Evans ('Daniel Ddu o Geredigion'), Walter Davies, Evan Evans ('Ieuan Glan Geirionydd'), Robert Evans (author of 'Cerdd y Winllan'), David Foulks ('Dun Towyll of Blwy Llanfyllin'), Morris Isme...

Brinley Richards: Letters

  • NLW MS 5551B
  • File
  • 1884-1885

Over thirty autograph letters, 1884-1885, from Brinley Richards (1819-1885) to J. P. Davies, Baptist minister of ?Caerphilly, mainly relating to Welsh music.

Richards, Brinley, 1819-1885

Deunydd yn ymwneud ag alawon gwerin, ac erthyglau

Mimeographed copies of the material printed on pp. 23-35 of Cylchgrawn Cymdeithas Alawon Gwerin Cymru, Cyfrol I, with notes by D. Emlyn Evans; original manuscripts of articles by D. Emlyn Evans on 'Yr Eisteddfod a Cherddoriaeth', and �...

Dr Mary Davies and W. Cadwaladr Davies papers

  • NLW ex 2306
  • File
  • 1842-1930

Music manuscripts, notebooks, papers relating to the National Museum of Wales and the University of Wales, and other miscellaneous material belonging to Dr Mary Davies (1855-1930) and her husband, W. Cadwaladr Davies (1849-1905). Amongst the paper...

Davies, Mary, 1855-1930

Letters from his father

Letters to Wyn Griffith, 1911-1933, from his father, John Griffith, relating to personal and family matters and also to Welsh music. Typescript copies of a few of the letters are included at the end of the sequence.

Griffith, John, 1863-1933

Llyfrau nodiadau

A volume of notebooks sewn together, containing jottings and extracts on Welsh grammar, antiquities, history and music, and miscellaneous notes, by David Lewis and John Lewis, 1847-1852.

Llythyrau

Letters addressed to David Lewis, mainly on matters relating to Welsh music, 'eisteddfodau' and the bibliography and biography of music. The correspondents are Messrs Hughes & Son, Wrexham, 1872, Charles and Eleanor James, Tregaron, ...

Llythyrau

Letters addressed to David Lewis, mainly on matters relating to Welsh music, 'eisteddfodau' and the bibliography and biography of music. The correspondents are Anne Edwards, Aberystwyth, 1903, Creigvryn Edwards, Ruabon, 1887, Peter Edwar...

Llythyrau

Letters addressed to David Lewis, mainly on matters relating to Welsh music, 'eisteddfodau' and the bibliography and biography of music. The correspondents are B[enjamin] Rees, St Dogmaels, 1901-1905, Christopher Rees, Treforest, 1887, J...

Llythyrau

Letters addressed to David Lewis, mainly on matters relating to Welsh music, 'eisteddfodau' and the bibliography and biography of music. The correspondents are Charles Ashton, 1892, D. Baptie, Glasgow, 1893, C. E. Couling, China, 1904, D...

Llythyrau

Letters addressed to David Lewis, mainly on matters relating to Welsh music, 'eisteddfodau' and the bibliography and biography of music. The correspondents are Henry Frowde, London, 1908, Thomas Gee, 1875-1887, David Griffiths ('Clw...

Llythyrau

Letters addressed to David Lewis, mainly on matters relating to Welsh music, 'eisteddfodau' and the bibliography and biography of music. The correspondents are Thomas Laurie, Ystrad Meurig, 1875, Thomas Levi, Morriston, 1866-1869, David ...

Miscellanea

Miscellanea mainly in the hands of John Jenkins and Walter Davies and relating to the history, literature, ecclesiastical affairs, and music of Wales; a document relating to the collation of Richard Humffreys to the living of Aberhavesp, February ...

Music

The group comprises records of the Music Department relating to various musical activities, events and societies, [1964]-1995.

Music

Notes relating to Welsh music, and copies, mainly by John Jenkins, of official papers and letters relating to British naval affairs in the West Indies.

Music MSS and Papers

Music manuscripts accumulated by J. Lloyd Williams, [1750x1945]; works by J. Lloyd Williams, [1890]-[1940]; material relating to the history and criticism of Welsh music, 1891-[1945]; and correspondence, 1899-1945.

Music research

Papers, 1922-1940, reflecting Wyn Griffith's interest in early Welsh and English music, comprising research material, articles and press cuttings, mainly relating to Arnold Dolmetsch and the manuscript of Robert ap Huw (BM Add MS 14095).

Musical score: Castell Dolbadarn

  • NLW ex 2314
  • File
  • 2004

A musical score, 'Castell Dolbadarn' by John Metcalf, a work inspired by Turner's painting. Presented as part of the celebrations of opening Drwm, the new cultural centre at the National Library of Wales, June 2004.

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