National Eisteddfod

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Grahame Davies - Work
... periodical Taliesin as ’the first post-national novel.’ Also in 2004, his selection of Welsh poetry in Asturian translation appeared in Spain from Kêr ar Mor press under ... He won the vers libre prize in the National Eisteddfod in 1994, the sonnet prize in 2004 and the Welsh Academi’s Stomp competition in 2001 ... He reads regularly at festivals and venues, including the Berlin Poesiefestival, the National Eisteddfod, the Llangollen International Eisteddfod, several times at the Hay on Wye ...
List Of People From Wrexham - Culture - Arts
... Wrexham hosted the National Eisteddfod in 1888, 1912, 1933 and 1977, as well as an unofficial National Eisteddfod event in 1876 ... The National Eisteddfod returned to the area in 2011, when Wales' leading festival was held on the land of Lower Berse Farm between 30 July and 6 August ... The nearby town of Llangollen holds the International Musical Eisteddfod every July ...
Rhondda - Culture and Recreation - Culture and Nationality
... National Eisteddfod The Rhondda has hosted the National Eisteddfod on only one occasion, in 1928 at Treorchy ... In 1947 Treorchy held the Urdd National Eisteddfod, the Eisteddfod for children and young adults ...
Guto Puw - List of Compositions
1995 Ffantasia II harp Winner of the Composer's Medal at the 1995 National Eisteddfod 1996 Sonata oboe and piano Commissioned by the North Wales Music Festival 1997 Mecanwaith ("Mechanism") string. 2009 Hadau narrator, mezzo-soprano and harp Commissioned by the 2009 National Eisteddfod, Y Bala 2009 Agorawd 'Torri'r Garreg' orchestra Commissioned by Bangor. 20/03/2010 2010 Hologram orchestra Commissioned by BBC Radio 3 for the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, premiered during the Bangor New Music Festival, Prichard-Jones Hall by BBC National ...
Albert Evans-Jones - National Eisteddfod
... known for his huge influence in the modernisation of the National Eisteddfod ... He was the Recorder of the Gorsedd of Bards in 1935, and joint-secretary of the National Eisteddfod Council in 1937 ... and ecclesiastical establishments and the Eisteddfod movement ...

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