Hoff Emynau Volume 2 (Choir: Liverpool Welsh Choral)

Hoff Emynau Volume 2 (Choir: Liverpool Welsh Choral)

Liverpool Welsh Choral, established in 1900 when the National Eisteddfod was held in the city, have recorded this collection of 15 memorable hymns, under the leadership of Keith Orrell and Liverpool cathedral organist, David Poulter. The accompanying book contains the words and music of those hymns, together with background notes on the composers and hymn writers who created this rich heritage. 

 

Hymns:

  • Mor Fawr wyt ti

       Fy Arglwydd Dduw, daw im barchedig ofon

  • Down Ampney

       Tyrd, Ysbryd cariad mawr

  • Rhondda

       Arglwydd Iesu, dysg imn gerdded

  • Llef

       O Iesu mawr, rho d’anian bur

  • Ebeneser

       Dyma gariad fel y moroedd

  • Dennis 

       Cydganwn foliant rhwydd

  • Mae d’eisiau Di

       Mae d’esiau di bob awr

  • Love Divine

       Gobaith mawr y mae’r addewid

  • Abbot’s Leigh

       Arglwydd Ior, fe ddysgwyl d’Eglwys

  • St Clement

       Y dydd a roddaist, Ior

  • Pwyso ar ei fraich

       O rho dy bwys ar freichiau’r Iesu

  • Sarah

       Fy nghalon, cred yn Nuw

  • Rachie

       I bob un sydd fyddlon

  • Bro Aber

       O tyred i’n gwaredu, Iesu da

  • In Memoriam

       Arglwydd Iesu, arwain f’enaid

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    The Hoff Emynau project has been initiated by Ted Clement-Evans a sixth generation Welshman living in Liverpool.  Ted’s grandfather and great grandfather were two of the prominent Welsh builders in Liverpool in the 19th century. On finding his grandfather’s diary, started in 1894, and discovering that much of his life followed in his grandfather’s footsteps, Ted has written a story of their lives. For anyone interested in the Welsh builders of Liverpool, the ‘Tale of Two Teds’ may be found on Amazon at https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tale-Two-Teds-Builders-Liverpool/dp/1910352012

    ©2017 by Gwasg Clement-Evans