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Anthemau ac emyn-donau

A collection of anthems and hymn-tunes by 'Ioan Alaw', John Ambrose Lloyd, David Hughes ['Cristiolus Môn'], W. Griffith, Owen [Humphrey] Davies ('Eos Llechid'), Thomas Jones ('Ab Gwiliam'), David Williams, Cwmbowydd, William Davies, Cae'r blaidd, and 'Evan Davies a John Parry, America'.

Brogyntyn Lute Book

A volume, [c. 1595], containing some forty-nine pieces of lute music in an unidentified hand, the song titles originally written in a cypher alphabet but these mainly later erased and transliterated (pp. 7, 13-32, 125-136). Transcripts of verse and miscellanea were added, [c. 1621]-[1669], by Thomas Tanat, of Broxton, Cheshire (see introduction to Spencer & Alexander (1978) and Cheshire Visitation Pedigrees 1613 and 1663 (Publications of the Harleian Society, 59 (1909), pp. 233-234, and 93 (1941), pp. 107-108)) (pp. 5-6, 38-105, 179-192).
Ancilliary materials consisting of photocopies, [1960s], of correspondence, 1962-1964, of B. G. Owens, Keeper of Manuscripts at NLW, concerning enquiries about the Lute Book are filed seperately (Brogyntyn MS I.27a); the correspondents include F. W. Sternfeld (f. 1), Philip Brett (ff. 3-4) and Dr Percy Young (f. 15).

Cwrtmawr Music Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 MSCWRTMUS
  • Fonds
  • [18 cent., first ½]-1925.

Music manuscripts in the Cwrtmawr collection, comprising 18th-20th century tune-books containing both sacred and secular music.

Cwrt Mawr estate (Wales)

Emyn-donau

A collection of Welsh and other hymn-tunes, including examples by J[ohn] Edwards ('Aberafon'), W. Jones ('Cyfoeth Diderfyn'), R[ichard] Williams, Berwucha ('Ymadawiad' and 'Efelychiad o'r dôn Hafan Ddymunol'), and W. Evans, Byrwan ('Bethlehem').

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 temperance and scriptural topics; hymn tunes by R[ichard] Mills ['Rhydderch Hael'], T. Jones, R[osser] Beynon ['Asaph Glan Tâf'], John David Edwards, R. Williams and others; carols, glees and songs, including 'Ymddiddan rhwng Bardd a Henwr', 'Plygeingan Owen Alaw yn Eisteddfod Caernarvon, 1862', 'Cân Plant y Morwr', 'Ymson Myfanwy', 'Blottun Du', 'Bryniau fy Ngwlad', 'Y Mud a'r Byddar', 'Y Dderwen' and 'Y Blodeuyn Olaf'.

English hymn-tunes

  • NLW MS 8169A
  • File
  • 1832

'George Lewis Davies's Note Book, April 7th, 1832', containing copies of English hymn-tunes.

Davies, George Lewis

'Eos Cymru'

A transcript of Eos Cymru, sef casgliad o donau, erddyganau gwreiddiol, ac anthemau, addas i'w canu mewn addoliad dwyfol, gan William Jacob, Treffynnon. [Llanidloes], 1844.

Henry Williams MSS,

  • GB 0210 MSHWILL
  • Fonds
  • 1853-1901.

Manuscripts, 1853-1901, comprising autograph musical compositions and arrangements by Henry Williams ('Alaw Llechid', otherwise 'Esin Alaw').

Williams, Henry, ca. 1831-1910.

Hymn-tunes and anthems,

  • NLW MS 14519A.
  • File
  • [c. 1835].

A tune book, [c. 1835], containing unattributed hymn-tunes and anthems. The register of a singing school held at Brynhenllan, north Pembrokeshire, 1835 (ff. 48-50), and notes on the rudiments of music (ff. 1-2), are also included in the volume.

Hymn-tunes and anthems,

  • NLW MSS 22119-21A.
  • File
  • [19 cent.].

Three tune books, [19 cent.], containing hymn-tunes and anthems.

Instrumental tune book,

  • NLW MS 24049A.
  • File
  • [19 cent., second ¼]

A secular tune book, undated, but watermarked 1828, and probably compiled during the second quarter of the nineteenth century. The tunes are largely unaccompanied by words, and some are marches, dance tunes and hornpipes, suggestive of instrumental use. Bass parts to some songs are included (e.g. pp. 136-140). Many of the tunes (which are indexed on pp. i-v) are of non-Welsh origin, such as Auld Lang Syne (pp. 1, 57, 78-79), The Hungarian March (p. 23), Duke of York's Cotillion (p. 24), Heart of Oak (p. 33), The Cuckoo (p. 35), Rule Britannia (pp. 36-37, 94), Downfall of Paris (p. 82) and The Huntsman Chorus (p. 90). The large number of Welsh tunes included suggest a Welsh origin, although non-traditional in background; where recorded, words are in English. Glan medd-dod mwyn is ascribed on p. 142 to 'J. Thomas [?Pentuwylo]'.
The Welsh tunes include Beaumaris Quick Step (p. 4), A Trip to Conway (p. 16), Llyweni Forest (pp. 17, 74), Nos Calan (p. 18), Morfa Rhyddlan (p. 18-19), Mentra Gwen (p. 19), Megan a Gollodd ei Gardas (pp. 20, 315), Meillionen or Sir Watkin's Delight (p. 21), Hufen y cwrw melyn (pp. 22, 26), Conceit Dafydd ap Gwilym (p. 28), Conceit William ap Owen Pencraig (Inco) (p. 29), Serch Hudol A Welsh Air (p. 31), The Men of Harlech's March (p. 65), Glan meddwdod mwyn (p. 67), The Break of Day (p. 68), Farewell Harp or Nos galan (pp. 69, 87), Gogerddan (p. 70), Penllyn Volunteers (p. 71), Ryfelgyrch gwyr Harlech (p. 72), Barmouth March (pp. 82-83), Llwyn onn (p. 84), The Rising of the Lark (pp. 97, 113), David y Gareg wen (p. 101), Merionethshire March (p. 108), Delight of the Men of Dyfi or Difyrwch gwyr Dyfi (p. 109), Black Sir Harry or Harri Ddy (p. 109), Cader Idris (p. 116), Pant corlan yr wyn (p. 123), Ffarwel Trwy'r Pwll by John Parry (p. 127), Pen Rhaw (p. 129), Noble Race was Shenkin (p. 144), Hunting the Hare (p. 145), Wrexham Hornpipe (p. 157), Dŵr Glân (p. 159), Mwynen Hafodelwy (p. 164), and Cader Idris alias Jeny Jones Llangollen (p. 166).

J. T. Rees Papers,

  • GB 0210 JTREES
  • Fonds
  • 1878-1949 /

Music manuscripts, 1878-1949, of J. T. Rees, comprising original full scores, draft scores and sets of orchestral parts for the bulk of his considerable output, including anthems, quintets, overtures, cantatas, choral works, songs and hymn-tunes, notably Duw sydd noddfa, Y trwbadwr, Y teulu dedwydd, String quartet, Hillsides of Wales and Christos.

Rees, J. T. (John Thomas), 1857-1949.

Llyfr cerddoriaeth Owen Jones,

  • NLW MS 9127A.
  • File
  • [1831x1862].

A manuscript music book belonging to Owen Jones (Owen y Cantwr), Penycae, Wrexham.

Jones, Owen, 1811-1862.

Llyfr emynau a thonau,

A large scrap-book containing a collection of tunes and hymns assembled by Dr. Joseph Parry, most of the hymns being in the form of cuttings from hymnals with a number of holograph contributions, the tunes composed or arranged by the compiler.

Joseph Parry.

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