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Sunday 30 Dydd Sul
A reflection on the centenary of the end of the Great War

A reflection on the centenary of the end of the Great War

Jonathan Pryce, Trelawnyd & Bro Glyndŵr Male Voice Choirs, Côr Cytgan Clwyd A5 Brass Quintet (NEW Sinfonia)

Adlewyrchiad ar ganmlwyddiant diwedd y Rhyfel Mawr

Jonathan Pryce, Trelawnyd & Bro Glyndŵr Male Voice Choirs, Côr Cytgan Clwyd & A5 Brass Quintet (NEW Sinfonia)

Rhaglen yn cynnwys caneuon rhyfel, Barber, Kamen a detholiad o gerddoriaeth Karl Jenkins.

 

Programme / Rhaglen

Wartime poems read by actor Jonathan Pryce

Trelawnyd Male Voice Choir/Bro Glyndŵr Male Voice Choir
Wartime medley of songs including Pack up your troubles, Bring Him Home (Les Misérables), Tell My Father, Psalm 23, Abide with me, Anfonaf Angel, Gwahoddiad

Côr Cytgan Clwyd - Selection of music from Karl Jenkins - ‘The Armed Man’ (Sanctus) and ‘The Peace Makers' ('Y Goleni iachol / 'Healing light' and ‘Cynigaf Hedd’ / ‘I offer you peace’)
Paul Mealor: Wherever you are

A5 Brass Quartet (NEW Sinfonia) 
Barber (Canadian Brass transcription by Stephen McNeff): Adagio for Strings
Mathias (mvt. III): Summer Dances
Kamen: ‘Quintet’

 

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Cadeirlan Llanelwy
St Asaph Cathedral

From Chester:
Take the A55 towards Conwy
Leave A55 at Junction 27A (A525 Denbigh)
Continue on Chester Street into St Asaph
The Cathedral is visible from the mini roundabout at the top if Chester Street.

Pay and display car park: take FIRST exit from the mini roundabout and then first RIGHT.

From Rhyl: Take the A525 Vale Road out of Rhy and follow the signs for St Asaph (Llanelwy)

From Conwy: Take the A55 towards Chester and exit at Junction 27

Then:
Continue on the A525 (The Roe) into St Asaph
Turn LEFT at the next roundabout going over the bridge and onto the High Street
The Cathedral can be seen on the RIGHT at the top of the High Street
Take the THIRD exit from the mini roundabout and then the first RIGHT for the pay and display car park.