• Bugail "Hafod y Cwm"

    Morgan, Moses , b. 1873? (Creator) et al

    Welsh folk song The shepherd tells of his family: his wife, Gwen, and three children. They go to Nghapel Y Graig (stone church) where the scriptures are read. Then they return home. Mr. Morgan's fathe…

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  • Dechreu canu

    Cymanfa Ganu Congregation (Creator) et al

    Welsh hymn Tune: Y delyn aur (alaw Gymreig). Although all of the songs sung at the Cymanfa Ganu have been published, these records were made to preserve a prominent feature of Welsh community life in…

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  • Cân a mawl: llyfr hymnau a thonau Methodistiaid Calfinaidd Unol Dalaethau yr America

    Protheroe, Daniel, 1866-1934

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  • Cymer, Iesu, fi fel'r ydwyf

    Cymanfa Ganu Congregation (Creator) et al

    Welsh hymn Tune: Bryn Calfaria (William Owen-Prysgol) Found in Cân a mawl, #191.

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  • Way up in heaven

    Avanell, Laura , b. 1866? (Creator) et al

    Welsh hymn "Way up in heaven among the angels No one knows what it is (my story) - Nobody but Jesus Christ knows, Over there across the river." Mrs. Avanell learned this hymn as a small child attendin…

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  • Y mochyn du

    Sung by Hugh P. Jones, Redgranite, Wisconsin, July 20, 1941.Transcription, translation, and annotations by Maria Teresa Agozzino, Gwenan Puw, Stephen Williams, January 2010. Agozzino added that “Welsh…

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  • Cawn esgyn o'r

    Reese, William , b. 1858? (Creator) et al, Phillips, Selina , b. 1875? (Creator) et al

    Tune - Crugybar (Welsh melody), see Cân a mawl #243.

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  • Hen fjon fy nain

    Jones, Hugh P. , b. 1888? (Creator) et al

    Welsh folk song Song is in word notation only. Mr. Jones says there is no music notation that he knows of. Sentiment of the verses of the song: 1. My old grandmother had a stick It was as straight as…

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  • Ai am fy meiau i

    Cymanfa Ganu Congregation (Creator) et al

    Welsh hymn Tune: Penpark (J.T. Rees, Mus. Doc.) See Cân a mawl #214.

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  • Shani bach

    Williams, John (Creator) et al, unidentified vocal group (Creator) et al

    Welsh folk song Last verse: Your voice is like an old cow when it is mooing, or like a blind dog when he has lost the way.

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  • My Welsh relation

    Wickham, D. W. (Creator) et al

    A song in Welsh brogue composed by Tom Jones "Baptist" who lived in the Garrison Grove neighborhood near Dodgeville. Although Mr. Jones made this claim there is some doubt in the mind of the singer as…

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  • Rwy'n myn'd

    Morgan, Moses , b. 1873? (Creator) et al

    Welsh folk song Story of the life of man-- through happiness and sorrow. Each one passes on. Some day someone will say that Moses Morgan has passed away.

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  • Mochyn du sydd wedi marw

    Jones, Hugh P. , b. 1888? (Creator) et al

    Welsh folk song This song is several hundred years old. A highly humorous song of a gathering of people who inquire the health, etc. of the black pig. There was a service for the pig. Twm Griffy was t…

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  • Cuckoo song

    Williams, John (Creator) et al

    Welsh air Also known as Llwyn Onn. A lovesick man sings to a cuckoo, asking it to take messages to his sweetheart. This song was unearthed in Chicago and published by Dan Protheroe.

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  • Duw mawr y rhyfeddoau maith

    Cymanfa Ganu Congregation (Creator) et al

    Welsh hymn Tune: Huddersfield (J. Newton) Cân a mawl #39.

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  • Bendithiaist goed y meusydd

    Photocopy. First line: Bendithiaist goed y meusydd Publisher's catalog on back cover.

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  • Hên brocer bach gloew fy nain

    Welsh folk song A child visited his grandmother and was attracted by the shiny poker in the fireplace. When he played with the other children he used it as a drum-major's baton. Later, when grandmothe…

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  • Siani bach

    Sung by John Williams and chorus at the Welsh Gymanfa Ganu, Pickett, Wisconsin, August 25, 1940.Transcription, translation, and annotations by Maria Teresa Agozzino, Gwenan Puw, Stephen Williams, Janu…

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  • Peraidd ganodd

    Cymanfa Ganu Congregation (Creator) et al

    Welsh hymn Tune: Cwm Rhomdda (John Hughes). Hymn found in Cân a mawl #45.

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  • Cawn esgyn o’r

    Spoken by William Reese; sung by Reese and Selina Phillips, Dodgeville, Wisconsin, August 19, 1940.Transcription, translation, and annotation by Maria Teresa Agozzino, Gwenan Puw, and Stephen Williams…

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