arrowbookcheckclosecommentfacebookfavourite-origfavouritegooglehomeibapdfsearchsharespotlighttwitterwelsh-government
  • Owen Saer talks about his father David Roy Saer and folk music

  • Use stars to collect & save items A vector image of star to represent action to save this item  mewngofnodi i gadw'r eitem hon
  • Lawrlwytho (defnydd anfasnachol yn unig)

Gellir lawrlwytho cynnwys at ddefnydd anfasnachol, megis defnydd personol neu ar gyfer adnoddau addysgol.
Ar gyfer defnydd masnachol cysyllwch yn uniongyrchol gyda deilydd yr hawlfraint os gwelwch yn dda.
Darllenwch fwy am y Drwydded Archif Greadigol.

This content isn't available for download, please contact us.

Disgrifiad

Welsh for Adults tutor talks about the work of his father David Roy Saer who travelled around Wales in the 1960s recording folk singing using a reel-to-reel tape recorder. He talks about the music being earthy and honest and very different in diction and gesture. Trios and groups were also recorded and he talks about Canu Carolau Plygain and Canu Lloft singing, the differences in the north and south and the revival of Plyggain singing in recent years.

Recorded during the Llangeinor Summer Fair, August 2013.

Sylwadau (0)

Rhaid mewngofnodi i bostio sylw