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Anthemau ac emyn-donau

Anthems and hymn-tunes for temperance campaigns and other purposes, including anthems by D[avid] Hughes ['Cristiolus Môn'] ('Cwymp Dagon'), D[aniel] T[homas] Williams, Merthyr ('Diolch i Ti, O Dad') and Owen [Humphrey] Davies ('Anthem Nadolig'), a glee by 'J. O. R.', and a song entitled 'Nos Dawch'.

Llyfr tonau

The tune book of John Lewis, 1850, containing transcripts of hymn-tunes, anthems and songs, including compositions and arrangements by David Lewis.

Llyfr tonau

The tune book of Lewis Lewis, Tŷ'n lôn, 1815, containing hymn-tunes, anthems and songs by John Williams, D[avid] Harri[e]s, Carno, John Jeffreys, Evan Evans, Caerlleon, John Ffransis [Francis], Rhyd-hir, John Ellis, Llynlleifiad, James Mills, Llanidloes, John Edwards, Llangadog, S[tephen] Llwyd, Abergwaun and Lewis Lewis (the compiler); with some notes on the rudiments of music.

Llyfr tonau

The tune book of 'master' John Evans, Pantgwyn, 1868, containing anthems by John Owen ('Ow[ai]n Alaw') and others.

Evans, John, Pantgwyn, Llanfair Orllwyn

Llyfr tonau

  • NLW MS 8065A
  • File
  • 1828

A volume of hymn-tunes, chants and anthems compiled by Owen Williams, Caerdegog Uchaf, Cemais, Anglesey, 1828.

Williams, Owen, Caerdegog Uchaf, Cemais, Anglesey

Llyfr tonau

The tune book of John Lewis, 1857, containing hymn-tunes and anthems copied from several English and Welsh printed sources and from unpublished manuscripts, e.g. the tune 'Bryncleifion', which was awarded a prize at the Mallwyd Music Competition, 1857, from the original manuscript by the author, D[avid] Jones ('Dewi Wyllt'), Mallwyd, and tunes from a manuscript in the possession of William Pugh, Rhydgaled Isaf, Harlech, 1817, 'Llyfr Robert Jones, Ffridd, Harlech, 1848', 'Llyfr John Owen, Glanymor, Harlech', 'MSS. Thomas Jenkins, Corn, Llanychaiarn, 1881'; with notes on authorship and sources by David Lewis. The following note is written at the head of the copy of the anthem 'Dyn a aned o wraig': 'Sef anthem a gyfansoddwyd ar yr achlysur o farwolaeth R. R. Parry, Frondeg, gan Robert Davies (Asaph Llechid) yr hwn a laddwyd yn chwarel Cae-braich-y-cafn, dydd Sadwrn, Awst 28, 1858. A chanwyd yr anthem yn angladd yr Awdwr'.

Llyfr tonau

The tune book of Lewis Lewis, Ty'n lôn, Llanrhystyd, 1816-1821, containing hymn-tunes, psalm-tunes and anthems; and examples of musical notation with a round 'Hosanna' written in a circle.

Llyfr tonau

  • NLW MS 8111A
  • File
  • [19 cent.]

A collection of hymn-tunes, anthems and miscellaneous songs compiled apparently in the Llanbrynmair district. The tunes are mostly anonymous but there are items ascribed to the Reverend J[ohn] D[avid] Edwards, John Ashton, Trefeglwys, W[illiam] Owen [Prysgol], J[oseph] D[avid] Jones, 1851, and D. P. Price, Cazenovia.

Llyfr tonau

  • NLW MS 8075A
  • File
  • 1821

The tune book of Lewis Lewis, a huntsman at Gogerddan, 1821, containing hymn-tunes and anthems, 'carol plygain', 'The African hymn', and notes on psalmody.

Lewis, Lewis, Gogerddan

Llyfr tonau

The tune book of John Richard, Black Lion, Llanrhystyd, 1777, containing hymn-tunes, psalm-tunes, anthems and hymns; and leaves from a tune book of James Jenkins, blacksmith, of Cilcwm, Llangwyryfon, containing hymn-tunes, with additional memoranda by John Jenkins, 1801.

Llyfrau tonau

Six tune books written by David Lewis, Evan Lewis and John Lewis, Llanrhystyd, 1847-1852, and containing hymn-tunes, anthems and songs by David Lewis, D[aniel] T[homas] Williams, J. Hughes, Alltlwyd, J[ohn] Jones, Towyn, R[owland] H[uw] Pritchard, Bala, ('Hiraeth y Cymro yn Lle'r-pwll'), E. Samuel, Racine, John Ambrose Lloyd, C[harles] James, Llanilar, J[ohn] Edwards, Llangadog, William Roberts, Caerfyrddin, M. Thomas, T[homas] Jarman and William Owen. The anthems include 'Y meirw ni folianant yr Arglwydd' by William Davies, Cae'r blaidd, Ffestiniog ('buddugol yn Eisteddfod Ffestiniog, 1854') and 'Gwyn ei fyd a ystyria wrth y tlawd' by John Owen ('Owain Alaw').

Miscellaneous music

A collection of miscellaneous music copied by David Lewis and others. The collection includes the following anthems and solos: 'The fall of Babylon' by Joseph Nicholds, Penycae, 'Wrth Afonydd Babilon' by E[dward] Stephen[s] ['Tanymarian'], Dwygyfylchi, 'Ac mi glywais lais' by J[ohn] Ambrose Lloyd, 'Flow Gently Deva' by J[ohn Orlando] Parry, 'Awn yn llon' by Rees Lewis ['Eos Ebrill'], 'Mawl a'th erys Di' by Robert Davies ('Cyndeyrn'), 'Yr Agerbair (The Locomotive)' by John Owen ('Owain Alaw'), with words by John Ceiriog Hughes ['Ceiriog']; and hymn-tunes by David Lewis, Job Thomas, Tremadog, David Williams, Cwmbowydd and others.


Unharmonised hymn-tunes, anthems, and psalm-tunes.


Anthems, with English words, transcribed by John Jenkins.

Jenkins, John, 1770-1829


Hymn tunes, anthems, chants, etc. transcribed by Owen Jones, with Welsh and English words added in most cases.

Tonau a chaneuon

A collection of hymn-tunes, anthems and glees taken by David Lewis from printed sources, with some additional notes and remarks by the compiler; a transcript of 'Islwyn's [William Thomas] hymn 'Y Nefoedd' taken from Yr Oenig, 1854, and other hymns.

Tune book

The tune book of Samuel Paigne, Waterford, 1799, containing psalm-tunes, hymn-tunes, anthems and choruses from The Messiah.

Paigne, Samuel, Waterford

William Williams: Music book

  • NLW MS 6731A
  • File
  • 1774

'William Williams his Singing Book 1774 ...', being a copy of The Gamut, or Scale of Music, Very necessary to be learnt by Those, who would attain to the delightful Knowledge of Psalmody, to which psalms and anthems have been added in manuscript.

Williams, William, fl. 1774