Ffeil / File 2/6 - Opus 42: Dinas Gadarn

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Opus 42: Dinas Gadarn


  • 1977 (Creation)

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One facsimile copy and one ink copy of anthem, dated January 1977, and titled Opus 42: 'Dinas Gadarn'. Includes a typewritten note (unsigned) stating that the anthem was commissioned for the 700th anniversary of the Borough of Aberystwyth by Royston Harvard and the Madrigal Singers, University College Wales, Aberystwyth.

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The file was originally labelled ‘Dinas Gadarn. Op. 42 (originals)’ .

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