• Canna

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    Côr Canna was established in 1994 to compete in the National Eisteddfod in Neath, and since then they've become one of the foremost ladies choirs in Wales. They are well known on the stages of the major festivals, having won competitions for ladies choirs many times, as well as achieving success in folk song and cerdd dant competitions.

    The Choir are joined on this recording by the celebrated singer, actress and presenter - Shân Cothi.

  • Carolau Seiriol


    Welsh Carols with Brass (featuring Côr Seiriol and Beaumaris Band)

    Carols are not only amongst the earliest examples of Welsh song but are also popular songs, widely sung and appreciated within a living tradition. This collection draws on every aspect of this rich body of work. Early examples include 'Myn Mair' believed to have been written in the Middle Ages and 'Plygain' carols that are borne of an unique tradition within the Welsh church. Some of the great Victorian classics are here, as well as some relatively contemporary carols by our foremost composers and arrangers, including 'Doethion a Bugeiliaid' by William Mathias. Many of these arrangements with brass have been prepared especially for this recording and are performed here by two of the most distinguished musical names in Wales.

  • Cofio

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    Caernarfon Male Voice Choir: ‘COFIO’

    This recording celebrates the fortieth anniversary of the Caernarfon Male Voice Choir. Since it’s inception it has forged its own unique place amongst the foremost vocal ensembles in Wales. However it remains as firmly rooted in it’s community as ever and during this time of celebration, the opening verse of ‘Cofio’ - a setting of the poem by Waldo Williams, seems particularly relevant.....

    ‘Cofio’ (Remembering) : Waldo Williams

    Before the sun has left the sky, one minute,
    One dear minute, before the joumeying night,
    To call to mind the things that are forgotten
    Now in the dust of ages lost from sight.


  • Dathlu Deugain

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    Artist: Y Traeth Male Voice Choir
    Catalogue no: ARAN518
    Release Date: December 5th 2010

    It’s been a year of celebration for one of North Wales’s foremost Male Voice Choirs. Y Traeth Male Voice Choir was established forty years ago in the Benllech area on Anglesey. A number of events have been held to mark the occasion and in March a book was released detailing the history of the choir. However the celebrations recently reached their climax with the release of a new CD – ‘Dathlu Deugain’ (Celebrating Forty).

    It was the Anglesey Eisteddfod in 1969 that provided the initial impetus to form the Choir. At first there were only fourteen members under the direction of Mrs Magdalene Jones, a local teacher and the wife of poet, Dewi Jones. Since then the choir has had nine different conductors, the most recent being Annette Bryn Parri. On the other hand, throughout this time there has only been two accompanists as the present accompanist, Grês Pritchard MBE has been at the piano since 1970.

  • Garden of Love


    Esmor Davies, a true Welshman and passionate charity fundraiser, will drive nearly 2,000 milesfrom John O'Groats to Land's End in a JCB digger, hoping to raise money for visually impaired charities across the UK. Esmor plans to take up to 6 weeks to complete his challenge – starting on 26 July 2014.

    The charities Esmor is raising funds for are planning to create stunning sensory gardens like the one he built and entered into the RHS Flower Show, Cardiff, in April of 2014. Esmor and team won Best in Show and the Gold Award with 'Esmor's Woodland Walk' which was the inspiration for this wonderful song, performed here by Côr Llewyrch.


  • Hanner Can Mlynedd ar y Brig

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    Côr Meibion Caernarfon Celebrate their 50th Anniversary

    What better way for a male voice choir to celebrate its 50th birthday than to release a CD.What better way for a male voice choir to celebrate its 50th birthday than to release a CD.
    The “Ferodo Choir” was formed in the Ferodo Company’s brake linings factory near Caernarfon, in November 1967. The factory closed many years ago but there’s no stopping the four part singers! Côr Meibion Caernarfon, as they are now called, still entertain audiences far and wide.The choir has performed at leading UK venues and has travelled widely in Britain, Ireland, mainland Europe and north America. It has won a record nine times at the National Eisteddfod of Wales.


  • Voices from the Valley

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    Aran 521

    Musical Director – Shelley Thomas Brown
    Accompanist – Sandra Williams

    A double CD of Male Voice Choir favourites together with original arrangements of popular songs.

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