Welsh Music

Welsh Music

Welsh Music
Director of Music: 
George Guest
Organ Scholar: 
Andrew Nethsingha
Release date: 
February 1988
Featuring: 
  • Jeremy Huw Williams (Baritone)
  • Marcus Polglase (Tenor)
  • James Turnbull (Alto)
  • Alistair Flutter (Treble)
  • Benedict Perch (Treble)
Record label: 
Sain
Catalogue number: 
Sain 1467 D

Track list

  1. Codi fy llygaid wnaf (Dilys Elwyn-Edwards)
  2. O Arglwydd, dal ni'n ddiogel (Bradwen Jones)
  3. Dwy garol gynnar (tr. George Guest): (i) Ar fore Dydd Nadolig (ii) Myn Mair
  4. Iesu, drud ddifyrrwch dynion (J. S. Bach)
  5. Dwy garol Adfent (Raymond Williams): (i) Greawdwr Nef a Daear lawr (ii) Pan fo'r stormydd garwa'n curo
  6. Y Nefoedd sydd yn datgan gogoniant Duw (Mathias)
  7. Yr Arglwydd yw fy Mugail (Dilys Elwyn-Edwards)
  8. Pum cân gyfriniol (Vaughan Williams): (i) Y Pasg (ii) Mi roddais flodau (iii) "Croeso," medd Cariad (iv) Yr Alwad (v) Antiphon
  9. Dyrchafaf fy llygaid (T. Hopkin Evans)

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