Psalms (Music) -- Wales -- 19th century.

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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.

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 tonau,

  • NLW MS 23560A.
  • File
  • [?1880au] /

Tune book, compiled [?1880s], of Ann Jane Jones (née Hughes), Llangoed, Anglesey, and afterwards of the United States of America where she had emigrated with her husband John Ffowc Jones, Llanbedr-goch, containing hymn-tunes, psalm-tunes and anthems, with an index on ff. 257 verso-261 verso.

Jones, Anne Jane.

Tune book,

Tune book, first compiled by 1796, containing psalm-tunes, hymn-tunes and anthems, including items attributed to John Williams, Dolgellau (ff. 6 verso-7, 11 verso-12, 17 verso-18), William Wilson (ff. 1 verso-3, 4 verso-5, 7 verso-9 verso, 10 verso-11, 12 verso-13, 16 verso-17, 19 verso), David Harris, Carno (ff. 5 verso-6), Robert Griffith, Caernarfon (ff. 13 verso-14), and Lewis Morris (f. 21 (defective) and inside back cover); accompanying words in Welsh where given.

Tune book,

Tune book, watermarks 1807, entitled 'A Book of psalms, anthems &c &c as sung in the parish church of Darowen' (f. 1), containing psalm-tunes, some with Welsh words.

Tune book,

Tune book, watermarks 1812, of Evan Evans ('Ieuan Glan Geirionydd', 1795-1855), containing psalm-tunes, hymn-tunes and anthems. The volume includes 'Ton y Meudwy wedi ei hysgrifenu a phwyntel gan E. Evans ai hadysgrifo mor gywir ac y gellio ac inc gan G Cowlyd' (ff. 23 verso-24 recto).

'Ieuan Glan Geirionydd'.

Tune book,

A tune book, 1810s-1820s, containing psalm-tunes, anthems and hymn-tunes attributed to various Welsh composers including John Williams, Dolgellau (passim), David Harries, Carno (passim), Hugh Jones, Maesglasau (passim) and others, probably compiled by Thomas Richards (?the younger; his calligraphic signature, 1817, inside front cover). Some items are in the hand of his brother, Lewis Richards (1799-1860) and many annotations in that of his sister, Mair Richards, Darowen. Accompanying words, where present, are in Welsh.

Thomas Richards (?the younger), Lewis Richards and Mair Richards.

Tune book,

Tune book, mid-nineteenth century, containing hymn-tunes, psalm-tunes and anthems, with accompanying words in Welsh and English.

Tune book,

Tune book, apparently compiled between 1832 (watermarks ff. 104-6, 110) and c. 1850, containing anthems, hymn-tunes and psalm-tunes, with accompanying Welsh words. Many of the psalm-tunes are noted as having been taken from the Book of Common Prayer (f. 88).

Tune book,

The tune-book, 1806, of David Richards ('Dewi Silin', 1783-1826), containing psalm-tunes and anthems by John Williams, Dolgellau (ff. 58-69) and others, accompanying words mostly in Welsh. Also included are notes on runic characters (p. 128), and pasted inside the covers are a printed announcement, 1814, of the second annual meeting of the Merionethshire Auxiliary Bible Society, and a printed note, 1822, from Robert Saunderson, Cambrian Printing Office, Bala, of a proposal to publish extracts from Y Gwyliedydd, under the title Cyfaill y Cymro.

'Dewi Silin'.

Tune book,

Tune book, watermark 1805 (ff. 2, 82, 101, 109, 126), containing psalm-tunes, hymn-tunes, and anthems, with accompanying words in Welsh, including 'Hymn iw chanu ar ddydd Nadolig yn Eglwys Llangadfan 1797' (f. 51 verso). Many of the tunes were copied, 1817-1825, by the Reverend Lewis Richards (1799-1860) (ff. 9-14, 47, 49, 53, 78, 87, 93, 99, 116, 126), and one tune was copied, 1819, by the Reverend John Jenkins ('Ifor Ceri', 1770-1829) (f. 119).

Reverend Lewis Richards and others.

Tune book,

Tune book, early nineteenth century, containing hymn-tunes, psalm-tunes and anthems by various composers, including Hugh Jones, Maesglasau (ff. 6 verso-7, 20 verso-1, 39 verso-40 ), David Harries, [Carno] (passim) and John Williams, Dolgellau (passim), apparently first compiled 1804 by the Reverend Richard Richards (1780-1860), Meifod, but partly in the hand of his brother, Lewis Richards (1799-1860, his signature, 1819, on f. 85) and with annotations in the hand of his sister, Mair Richards, Darowen. Accompanying words, where present, are in Welsh.

Reverend Richard Richards, Lewis Richards and Mair Richards.

Tune book,

A miscellaneous collection of hymn-tunes, psalm-tunes and anthems, most attributed to Welsh composers, probably first compiled in the early nineteenth century but with manuscript and printed additions up to c. 1900 (watermarks 1817 (f. 34), 1825 (f. 59), 1829 (f. 73), 1835 (f. 27); ff. 41, 45 are printed), and including works attributed to John Williams, Dolgellau (ff. 8, 10 verso-12 verso, 40 verso) and Evan Davies, Llanymddyfri (ff. 25 verso-6). Accompanying words, where present, are in Welsh.

Tune book,

Tune book containing psalm-tunes, hymn-tunes, and anthems, bearing the title 'Bangor Cathedral Chants. Bâss Cantoris 1811' inside front cover, with leaves of printed music added, ff. 1 verso, 2-3 (f. 3, watermark 1824). Accompanying words, where present, are mostly in Welsh.

Tune book,

Tune book, first half of the nineteenth century, containing psalm-tunes and hymn-tunes, with accompanying words in Welsh, some taken from printed journals, dated 1827-1838.

Llyfr tonau,

  • NLW MS 16203iiA.
  • file
  • [1851x1858].

Llyfr tonau, [1851x1858], o eiddo Edward Davies, Bryn Morfydd, Y Rhyl, yn cynnwys anthemau a salm-donau yn bennaf. = Tune book, [1851x1858], belonging to Edward Davies, Bryn Morfydd, Rhyl, containing mainly anthems and psalm-tunes.