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Cambria cantata,

  • NLW ex 2841 i & ii.
  • File
  • [1896?] /

Manuscript parts of the cantata by Dr Joseph Parry in an anonymous hand published in [1896?].

Parry, Joseph, 1841-1903

Dr Joseph Parry Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 MSJOSEPHP
  • Fonds
  • [early 1860s]-1903 /

Music manuscripts, [early 1860s]-[late 1890s], of Dr Joseph Parry, including orchestral suites, overtures and symphonies, piano sonatas and preludes and fugues for the organ (accumulated by his publishers, Snell & Sons); together with a draft autobiography and other papers, 1871-1903 (in the possession of his daughter).

Parry, Joseph, 1841-1903

Letters

  • NLW MS 2340C
  • File
  • 19 cent. - 20 cent.

Miscellaneous autograph letters, the correspondents including John Barrow (Prince Edward Island), Francis Buckland, Sir Edward Burne-Jones, Philip Burne-Jones, John 3rd Marquis of Bute, William Benjamin Carpenter, David Charles (the younger, Carmarthen), Frances Power Cobbe, Griffith Davies, F.R.S., John Cadvan Davies (Cadvan), W. Cadwaladr Davies, G. A. Denison (archdeacon of Taunton), J. P. Earwaker, Edward Edwards (Llanuwchllyn), Sir Owen M. Edwards, John Gwenogvryn Evans, Lewis Edwards, Thomas Charles Edwards, Robert Ellis (Cynddelw), Thomas Edward Ellis, Max Förster (Munich), Thomas Frewen, W. E. Gladstone, Laurence Housman, Father Ignatius (Llanthony), John Banks Jenkinson (bishop of St. Davids), L. D. Jones (Llew Tegid), W. Basil Jones (bishop of St. Davids), Joseph Loth (Rennes), H. E. Manning, Sir Lewis Morris, J. H. Newman, Kate Norgate, James Gordon Oswald, C. T. Owen (Hampstead), Sir Richard Owen, Alfred Neobard Palmer, Joseph Parry, John Cowper Powys, J. Roland Phillips, Evan Rees (Dyfed), William Rees (Llandovery), Henry Richard, Brinley Richards, Sir John Rhys, Jeremy Taylor (a modern transcript), Connop Thirlwall (bishop of St. Davids), Brandon Thomas, William Thomas (Islwyn), Sir John Williams (first President of the National Library of Wales), Samuel Wilberforce (bishop of Oxford), and E. Llywelyn Williams (New York).

Buckland, Francis T. (Francis Trevelyan), 1826-1880

Letters of Dr. Joseph Parry,

  • NLW MS 11720C.
  • File
  • 1878-1879, 1936 /

Nine holograph letters from [Dr.] Joseph Parry, U[niversity] C[ollege] of Wales [Aberystwyth], to W[illiam] R[oderick] Williams [chemist] of Pentre, Pontypridd [previously of Maes-teg], 1878-1879 (performances of the writer's opera 'Blodwen' at Maes-teg and Bridgend); together with annotations, 1936, by the recipient's son Roderick G. Williams [Bridgend].

Parry, Joseph, 1841-1903

Letters relating to Liverpool National Eisteddfod, 1900

  • NLW MS 6503B
  • File
  • 1899-1900

Five autograph letters and a telegram, 1899-1900, to J. T. Jones, Liverpool from Joseph Parry (1841-1903) and one autograph letter from J. Varley Roberts, Oxford, all relating to the Liverpool National Eisteddfod of 1900.

Parry, Joseph, 1841-1903

Transcripts of 'Blodwen' for oboe, bassoon and horns,

  • NLW Facs 1083.
  • File
  • [c. 1969]

Reproduction copies of manuscript parts for oboe, bassoon, and horns for the opera ‘Blodwen’ composed by Joseph Parry in 1880. They were copied by William George, Ystalyfera, in 1917 for the publisher D. J. Snell, Swansea. The signature of W[illiam] J[ohn] Thomas, grandfather of the donor, is noted on the parts for the horns.

Parry, Joseph, 1841-1903

Album y Bont

  • NLW MS 24131C.
  • File
  • 1840-1891, 1901 (crynhowyd 1872-1901)

Albwm llofnodion, 1872-1878, 1901, a fu'n eiddo i Sarah Williams, Bont Dolgadfan, Llanbrynmair, sir Drefaldwyn, yn cynnwys enghreifftiau o farddoniaeth, emynau a rhyddiaith Cymraeg a Saesneg yn nwylo tua 123 o weinidogion, beirdd ac unigolion eraill a oeddynt yn adnabod ei thad, William Williams (Gwilym Cyfeiliog). Ceir yn y gyfrol yn ogystal dau ddeg pedwar o lythyrau, 1840-1891, 1901, y rhan fwyaf at Gwilym Cyfeiliog neu ei blant, a phedwar eitem arall, i gyd wedi'i tipio i mewn. = Autograph album, 1872-1878, 1901, of Sarah Williams of Bont Dolgadfan, Llanbrynmair, Montgomeryshire, containing examples of poetry, hymns and prose in Welsh and English in the hands of some 123 Nonconformist ministers, poets and other individuals, mostly acquainted with her father William Williams (Gwilym Cyfeiliog). Also included are twenty-four letters, 1840-1891, 1901, mostly addressed to Gwilym Cyfeiliog or his children, and another four items, all tipped into the volume.
Ymysg y cyfranwyr mae Mynyddog (f. 32), [William Rees] (G[wilym] Hiraethog) (f. 53 verso), [Richard Roberts] (Gruffydd Risiart) (f. 66 verso) a Ieuan Gwyllt (f. 74). Ceir llythyrau gan W[illiam] Rowlands (Gwilym Leyn), [18]64 (f. 3), S[amuel] R[oberts], 1876 (ff. 10-11), [y Parch.] Richard [Williams], [ewythr Sarah Williams], [18]42 (f. 14), John Evans (I. D. Ffraid), 1870 (f. 18), [y Parch.] Henry Rees, [18]59 (f. 21), J. R. Kilsby Jones, Tachwedd-[Rhagfyr] 1866 (ff. 23-24, 28 verso-29 (copi)), J[oseph] Parry, 1870 (f. 26), E[dward] Stephen (Tanymarian) (f. 31), [y Parch.] John Elias, 1840 (f. 41), James Sauvage, 1882 (ff. 45-46), Fre[deri]ck Hanbury Tracy [AS], 1878 (f. 50), Mary Davies, [18]83 (f. 61), Cranogwen, 1867 (f. 65 recto-verso), ac eraill. Hefyd yn y gyfrol mae copi o'r emyn pedair pennill, yn cychwyn 'Er mai hollol groes i nattur…', o waith Ann Griffiths, yn llaw y Parch. John Hughes Pontrobert, [?1840au] (ff. 56 recto-verso; gw., er enghraifft, Gwaith Ann Griffiths, [gol. gan O. M. Edwards] (Llanuwchllyn, 1905), tt. 30-31), ar gefn byr-gofiant Thomas Meredith, Llanbrynmair, gan 'WH' [?William Howell] (ff. 56 verso-57; gw. hefyd f. 52). = The contributors include Mynyddog (f. 32), [William Rees] (G[wilym] Hiraethog) (f. 53 verso), [Richard Roberts] (Gruffydd Risiart) (f. 66 verso) and Ieuan Gwyllt (f. 74). There are letters from W[illiam] Rowlands (Gwilym Leyn), [18]64 (f. 3), S[amuel] R[oberts], 1876 (ff. 10-11), [the Rev.] Richard [Williams], [Sarah Williams's uncle], [18]42 (f. 14), John Evans (I. D. Ffraid), 1870 (f. 18), [the Rev.] Henry Rees, [18]59 (f. 21), J. R. Kilsby Jones, November-[December] 1866 (ff. 23-24, 28 verso-29 (copy)), J[oseph] Parry, 1870 (f. 26), E[dward] Stephen (Tanymarian) (f. 31), [the Rev.] John Elias, 1840 (f. 41), James Sauvage, 1882 (ff. 45-46), Fre[deri]ck Hanbury Tracy [MP], 1878 (f. 50), Mary Davies, [18]83 (f. 61), Cranogwen, 1867 (f. 65 recto-verso), among others. Also inserted into the volume is a copy of the hymn of four stanzas beginning 'Er mai hollol groes i nattur…' by Ann Griffiths in the hand of the Rev. John Hughes, Pontrobert, [?1840s] (f. 56 recto-verso; see, for instance, Gwaith Ann Griffiths, [ed. by O. M. Edwards] (Llanuwchllyn, 1905), pp. 30-31), written on the reverse of a brief memoir of Thomas Meredith, Llanbrynmair, by 'WH' [?William Howell] (ff. 56 verso-57; see also f. 52).

Williams, Sarah, 1859-1920