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Ryland Teifi a Kizzy Crawford sy'n mynd ar grwydr o amgylch Glasgow ac yn ein tywys drwy uchafbwyntiau Cwlwm Celtaidd 2017. Highlights of the 2017 Celtic Connections Festival in...


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-For over a quarter of a century,

-the Celtic Connections festival...

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-..has been celebrating folk,

-traditional and world music.

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-Every January and February...

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-..over 2,000 musicians

-come to Glasgow...

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-..for concerts, workshops,

-ceilidhs and exhibitions.

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-Myself, Kizzy and Mabli have come

-to learn more about this festival...

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-..and to hear the odd performance.

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-Welcome to the 2017

-Celtic Connections Festival.

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-I'm always happy to visit Glasgow.

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-This year,

-I've brought a friend with me.

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-It's a wonderful city,

-the people are friendly...

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-..and the music's out of this world,

-throughout the day and night.

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-There's also lots of variety,

-perfect for Kizzy and myself...

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-..who are here to roam around

-and to join in the fun.

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-Welcome to Glasgow,

-and to a Celtic festival...

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-..that's one of the biggest

-of its kind in Europe.

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-I'm excited. Are you, Kizzy?

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-I'm excited. Are you, Kizzy?

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-Yes, of course, Ryland.

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-It's my first time in Glasgow.

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-I can't wait to see

-some of the artists.

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-The line-up is incredible.

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-It includes some of

-the world's best folk musicians...

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-..with a few from Wales.

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-You can expect performances

-by Plu from Caernarfon...

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-# Ambell i gan

-rydd nerth yn y fraich

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-# A'r ysgwydd i gario amal i faich #

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-Gareth Bonello...

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-# Mae gen i glust am gan y dryw

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-# A'r telor a'r llinos #

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-Al Lewis...

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-# Pe cawn

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-# Dewisiwn y trywydd iawn #

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-And a performance

-by Kizzy and myself.

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-# Sosban fawr yn berwi ar y llawr

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-# A'r gath wedi sgrapo Joni bach #

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-We'll start our musical tour

-at Hillhead Bookclub...

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-..with a new young Scottish band

-called Imar.

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-Among the Welsh bands here

-were Plu from Caernarfon.

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-Mabli and I caught up with them...

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-..for a chat and a cuppa

-before their performance.

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-Marged, Elan, Gwil,

-welcome to Glasgow.

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-I've just heard your set

-and you really sounded fab.

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-What's the story behind Plu?

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-What's the story behind Plu?

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-Two sisters and a brother.

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-We formed back in 2012.

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-I wanted to play more folk music...

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-..and I asked Marged and Elan

-to join me.

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-Since then, the project

-has taken on a life of its own.

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-They both write a lot more,

-and I can take a step back!

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-Yes, we enjoy it.

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-It's so nice to be able

-to perform at a festival...

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-..where the music

-is truly appreciated.

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-There are only three of us...

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-..and our music

-is fairly quiet, really...

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-..so we appreciate

-an audience that listens.

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-We have heard that's true

-about this festival's audiences.

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-That they come to see live music...

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-..and that's where the focus is.

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-It's just lovely to be here.

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-# Ambell i gan

-rydd nerth yn y fraich

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-# A'r ysgwydd i gario amal i faich

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-# A grym anawsterau falurir yn lan

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-# Os gallaf gael canu

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-# Ambell i gan

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-# Ambell i gan a gaf yn y byd

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-# Ond teithiaf i wlad

-sy'n ganu i gyd

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-# Ac wedi im adael yr anial yn lan

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-# Gobeithiaf gael canu

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-# Nid ambell i gan #

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-Welcome back.

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-Glasgow is a very cultural city.

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-There are musical events

-taking place all the time.

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-I can't wait

-to see this next artist.

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-All the way from the USA,

-Mary Chapin Carpenter.

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-# When we were young,

-we pledged allegiance

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-# Every morning of our lives

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-# The classroom rang

-with children's voices

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-# Under teacher's watchful eye

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-# We learned about

-the world around us

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-# At our desks and at dinnertime

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-# Reminded of the starving children

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-# We cleaned our plates

-with guilty minds

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-# And the stones in the road

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-# Shone like diamonds in the dust

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-# Until a voice called to us

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-# To make our way back home

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-# When I was ten, my father held me

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-# On his shoulders above the crowd

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-# To see a train draped in mourning

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-# Pass slowly through our town

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-# His widow kneeled

-with all their children

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-# At the sacred burial ground

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-# And the TV glowed

-that long hot summer

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-# With all the cities burning down

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-# And the stones in the road

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-# They flew out

-beneath our bicycle tyres

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-# Worlds removed

-from all those fires

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-# As we raced each other home #

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-Mary Chapin Carpenter,

-welcome to Glasgow.

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-Thank you for the music.

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-I've read that you got your

-first guitar from your mother...

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-..who was a big fan

-of folk music in the '60s.

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-Do you think music and song

-will have the same resonance...

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-..the same importance now

-in these times we live in?

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-I think that music and art

-of all different kinds...

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-..has the power to inspire...

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-..and to motivate people...

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-..and to allow people

-to express themselves...

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-..and find refuge also

-in the power of music and art.

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-So, I think

-it's never been more important...

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-..for it to be heard.

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-I think we're probably...

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-It's not going

-to be a coincidence...

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-..that we're going to see

-a surge of topical music...

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-..and certainly art as well.

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-You know, it's hard to live

-in such polarizing times...

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-..but that is the way of the world.

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-I haven't abandoned hope

-that we will right the ship.

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-Thank you very much, Mary.

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-Thank you.

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-I'm on my way

-to Partick Burgh Hall...

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-..for a night

-of traditional ceilidh dancing.

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-For some reason,

-I've agreed to take part.

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-Come on, Mabs!

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-Ceilidh is a Gaelic word

-for an informal party...

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-..with dancing and entertainment...

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-..not unlike

-Welsh twmpath folk dances.

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-Shall we try it?

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-OK.

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-I'm not sure about this!

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-It's a chance for everyone, young

-or old, to dance and socialize.

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-Believe me, it's a lot of fun.

-It's hard work too!

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-I've found someone else

-who comes from Wales.

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-Richard,

-what brings you here tonight?

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-We love coming to a ceilidh...

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-..especially

-during Celtic Connections.

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-I enjoy dancing.

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-I've been living in Glasgow

-for two years now.

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-Everyone loves

-being out on the floor...

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-..throughout the evening.

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-Great.

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-How do you think I did?

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-Great! You did the moves really well

-and picked up the steps quickly.

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-I'm so proud of myself.

-Thanks for the experience.

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-There's always

-a relaxed atmosphere in Glasgow...

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-..during Celtic Connections.

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-It's nice to meet artists

-and old friends...

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-..for an early morning coffee.

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-I'm meeting

-a very talented artist from Wales.

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-Gareth Bonello.

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-Gareth Bonello, welcome.

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-What are you doing at the festival?

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-I was up here last weekend

-performing with Katell Keineg.

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-I'm up again this week to perform

-at Hillhead Bookclub for Seirm.

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-You're also performing and

-collaborating with another artist.

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-Yes, I've been working

-with an artist called Joy Dunlop.

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-She's a singer from Oban.

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-We wrote together last year...

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-..and performed at

-the Focus Wales festival in Wrexham.

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-When I found out

-that I was coming back...

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-..I thought it would be an idea

-to write more material...

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-..and perform together again.

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-A true Celtic connection!

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-Yes, we've written songs

-that are half Gaelic, half Welsh.

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-It's nice to speak with Joy

-and get the perspective...

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-..of someone who speaks another

-Celtic language within the UK.

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-It's great to see you, Gareth.

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-Good luck with the gig tonight.

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-Good luck with the gig tonight.

-

-Thank you.

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-# Mae gen i glust am gan y dryw

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-# A'r telor a'r llinos

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-# Ond bum yn crwydro lon a rhiw

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-# Yn chwilio am yr eos

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-SINGS IN GAELIC

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-# Rhywle mae'r ferch

-'da 'nghalon frau

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-# Mor dynn yn ei afael

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-# Os ganith hi fel eos Mai

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-# Ni fyddaf eto'n gadael #

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-SINGS IN GAELIC

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-Thank you all very much.

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-It's now Kizzy's chance

-to perform here in Glasgow.

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-Most people have to rehearse a lot

-to reach a certain standard.

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-For others, it comes naturally.

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-Here's Kizzy Crawford.

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-# Roedd hi 'di dal y bel

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-# Ond gollwng syth wedyn

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-# Anghenfil, wrth ymyl,

-y llygaid swil, sy'n diodde

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-# Niwed geiriau cas

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-# Sy'n taro gyda ias annisgwyl

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-# Roeddet ti'n meddwl o

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-# Dy ben mewn bloc o rew

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-# Dilyna ti, dy rieni,

-i ddysgu sut i sarhau

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-# Yna, llonydd y saf

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-# Yn hawdd roedd e i ti i ladd

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-# Ei phwer

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-# Ti'n dawnsio ar y dibyn, cama nol

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-# Neu cer ymlaen i actio fel y ffwl

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-# Gad e i fod, hogan aur dw i

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-# Rwy dal yn aur

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-# Rwy'n gyflawn mae'n wir

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-# Aur brown, ac rwy'n falch i fod

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-# Roedd dy eiriau wedi brifo

-ond rwy'n gryfach nawr

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-# Rwy'n aur brown, brown euraidd

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-# Roedd hi'n dawel ac unig,

-yn cuddio rhywbeth nol

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-# Problem sydd, rwyt ti'n gudd,

-trwy dy ddydd, ti'm yn rhydd

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-# Ar goll yn ei byd ei hun

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-# Sy'n cael ei ddifetha gen ti

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-# Ti'n dawnsio ar y dibyn, cama nol

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-# Neu cer ymlaen i actio fel y ffwl

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-# Gad e i fod, hogan aur dw i

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-# Rwy dal yn aur,

-rwy'n gyflawn mae'n wir

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-# Aur brown, ac rwy'n falch i fod

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-# Roedd dy eiriau wedi brifo

-ond rwy'n gryfach nawr

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-# Gad e i fod, hogan aur dw i

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-# Rwy dal yn aur,

-rwy'n gyflawn mae'n wir

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-# Aur brown, ac rwy'n falch i fod

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-# Roedd dy eiriau wedi brifo

-ond rwy'n gryfach nawr

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-# Rwy'n aur brown, brown

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-# Euraidd

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-# Rwy'n aur brown #

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Glasgow.

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-We'll head back to Bookclub.

-Who's on stage, Kizzy?

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-Here's Four Men And A Dog.

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-One woman who's very busy

-during the festival...

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-..is musician and presenter

-Mary Ann Kennedy.

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-I met her earlier in the day...

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-..to ask her

-about the Scottish folk music scene.

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-We're lucky in Scotland

-to have such a lively music scene...

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-..especially at this time of year.

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-January used to be

-one of the darker months...

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-..but this festival

-has grown out of nothing.

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-Some say that it's now the world's

-biggest winter music festival.

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-It's great to see more Welsh artists

-at Celtic Connections...

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-..and also more world music.

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-Over the years, I've been involved

-with traditional and world music.

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-I've been thinking why we haven't

-heard much about Welsh music.

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-I'm familiar with some names,

-like Gentle Good, Gareth Bonello.

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-He's here this year. I also know

-of Catrin Finch and others.

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-I wanted to learn more, and I'm glad

-to see you here to forge a link.

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-You've been presenting for BBC Alba

-at Bookclub this year.

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-Are there

-any stand-out artists for you?

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-I've been onstage on four nights...

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-..with a variety

-of musical styles every night.

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-That's the best job -

-the music comes to you.

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-Everyone's so good,

-and I don't want to choose...

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-..but one band is close to my heart

-- four men singing in harmony.

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-Anyone who knows me knows

-that would be my first choice.

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-A band from Massachusetts, USA,

-called Darlingside. They're superb.

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-# All the places

-we could spend some quality time

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-# Let's go overseas

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-# Let's go to the movies

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-# Everything looks better

-in old cities

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-# I wake up alone

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-# Am I in Amsterdam or Tokyo?

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-# I put on my feet

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-# Walk out the door

-into a busy street

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-# Bright baby grand

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-# New Amsterdam

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-# My guy, my man

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-# Indigo sky

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-# My love and I

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-# My gal, my guy

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-# I wake up alone

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-# Is it today or is it tomorrow?

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-# I put on my feet

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-# Walk out the door

-into a busy street #

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-At the Royal Concert Hall,

-there was a distinctive event...

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-..to celebrate the life and work

-of Newport poet WH Davies.

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-It featured live music

-and readings from his poems.

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-"What is this life if, full of care

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-"We have no time to stand and stare.

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-"No time to stand beneath the boughs

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-"And stare as long

-as sheep or cows."

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-Gillian Clarke, welcome to Glasgow.

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-Gillian Clarke, welcome to Glasgow.

-

-I'm very happy to be in Glasgow.

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-It's a lovely festival.

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-I'm very pleased

-to meet someone from Ceredigion!

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-It's an evening

-celebrating the works of WH Davies.

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-I have a very strange little

-tenuous connection with WH Davies.

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-I have a very distant relative

-called Uncle Bright...

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-..who tramped with WH Davies

-when he was in the South Wales area.

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-William Henry Davies

-was an Anglo-Welsh poet and tramp.

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-He lived in the Newport area

-at the turn of the 20th century.

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-"'A'm corff, fe'th anrhydeddaf.'

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-"Something of touch,

-taste, tongue..."

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-It couldn't come at a better time.

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-The world's going mad

-and we need music, we need poetry.

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-We need people getting together...

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-..and making something

-so beautiful and creative...

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-..as an evening such as

-I was lucky to take part in tonight.

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-"The burning bush. The rainbow.

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-"Promises. Promises."

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-Next, an exclusive performance.

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-A friend and a familiar name,

-performing solo.

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-Here's Al Lewis.

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-# O hawdd yw dechrau'r dydd

-yn llawn gobeithion

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-# Ond haws

-yw agor drws yr holl amheuon

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-# A phob un bwriad

-sydd yn dechrau'n gyfiawn

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-# Ond buan

-daw'r arferion drwg i'w dwyn

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-# O lle dwi'n mynd o'i le?

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-# Mae'n amser ffeindio be

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-# Sy'n fy arwain

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-# Ar gyfeiliorn

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-# Pe cawn

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-# Dewisiwn y trywydd iawn

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-# A byw pob dydd yn llawn

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-# O pe cawn

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-# Fe ddysgwn i y ddawn

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-# A byw pob dydd yn llawn #

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-This is my third time

-at Celtic Connections.

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-I've been here

-once as a solo artist...

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-..and twice as Lewis and Leigh.

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-I think that Celtic Connections

-is a special and unique festival.

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-The city of Glasgow takes musicians

-from all over the world...

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-..and makes everyone feel welcome.

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-The audiences do the same.

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-It's something that Wales

-should look at and try to copy.

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-The atmosphere

-and the feeling of community...

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-..makes it very successful, I think.

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-# Cyn i amser ei ddinistrio

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-# Pe cawn

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-# Dewisiwn y trywydd iawn

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-# A byw pob dydd yn llawn #

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-I think that music is in the air.

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-It's something you can grab.

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-We as composers and performers...

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-..merely reinforce

-what the world tells us to do.

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-It's important,

-especially in times like these...

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-..when so many sad things

-are happening in the world.

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-Music, hopefully,

-can bring people happiness.

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-# Pe cawn

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-# Dewisiwn y trywydd iawn

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-# A byw pob dydd yn llawn

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-# Pe cawn

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-# Fe ddysgwn i y ddawn

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-# A byw pob dydd yn llawn, o ie

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-# A byw pob dydd yn llawn

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-# A byw pob dydd yn llawn #

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-Right, it's my turn to perform now.

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-I'm playing at this unique location,

-the Drygate Brewery.

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-It's a late-night session

-that doesn't start until eleven.

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-I might not be up early

-tomorrow morning.

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-# Lle mae'r mor yn cwrdd a'r afon

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-# Lle mae'r gwaed yn gadael calon

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-# Lle mae'r dail yn cwrdd a'r brigyn

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-# Dyna man i ni gael cychwyn

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-# Lle mae'r bai yn cwrdd a'r maddau

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-# Lle mae'r deigryn gwan yn dechrau

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-# Pan mae'r diawl yn bod yn ffyddlon

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-# Mae 'na liw'n y blodau gwylltion

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-# Dyna lle wyt ti a mi

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-# Rhwng y brwyn yn sisial ganu

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-# Ac fel eiliad ar ei hynt

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-# Clywn yr alaw ar yr un gwynt

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-# Daeth yr awr i groesi moroedd

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-# Eiliad hir i bontio'r dyfroedd

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-# Daeth 'na ffordd i ni anghofio

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-# A rhesymau i ni gofio

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-# Eisiau nerth i fynd drwy'r hen fyd

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-# Eisiau nerth o hyd ac o hyd

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-# Ond fel craig ar draeth Cwmtydu

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-# Straeon maith sydd oddi tani

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-# Dyna lle wyt ti a mi

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-# Rhwng y brwyn yn sisial ganu

0:36:360:36:39

-# Ac fel eiliad ar ei hynt

0:36:400:36:43

-# Clywn yr alaw ar yr un gwynt

0:36:440:36:48

-# Clywn yr alaw ar yr un gwynt

0:36:490:36:52

-# Clywn yr alaw ar yr un gwynt

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-# Clywn yr alaw ar yr un gwynt

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-# Clywn yr alaw ar yr un gwynt

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-# Clywn yr alaw ar yr un gwynt

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-# Clywn yr alaw ar yr un gwynt

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-# Clywn yr alaw ar yr un gwynt #

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Glasgow,

-and to this special festival.

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-We're about to perform with

-musicians from Ireland and Scotland.

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-But first, it's back to Bookclub

-to see a brand-new band.

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-From Ireland and Scotland,

-here's Atlantic Ark.

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-Kizzy, Mabli and I

-have arrived at the Llios Mor pub...

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-..in the centre of Glasgow...

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-..for a traditional folk session.

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-I hear it's a popular place

-for a jam.

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-Are you looking forward to it?

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-Are you looking forward to it?

-

-Very much so.

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-Me too. Here we go.

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-These musicians

-meet at the pub every week...

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-..to play music and to socialize,

-a tradition to treasure.

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-We're here to meet Donal O'Connor,

-a gifted Irish violinist.

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-THEY SPEAK GAELIC

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-How's the festival going?

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-It's been fantastic.

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-Celtic Connections

-is the highlight of the calendar...

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-..for traditional and folk musicians

-on these islands.

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-To have the opportunity to spend

-time here is a real pleasure.

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-I don't know about you,

-but as a musician myself...

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-..I watch things

-and I feel like having a go.

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-It's great to hear

-a session going on.

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-That's where we all started...

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-..playing in sessions

-in the back rooms of bars.

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-We should go and get involved.

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-We should go and get involved.

-

-We've thought of a song, anyway.

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-Sosban Fach,

-a traditional Welsh song.

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-We should jam that.

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-The fiddle will sound amazing.

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-The fiddle will sound amazing.

-

-I'm up for it if you are.

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-Absolutely!

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-Iechyd da!

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-# Mae bys Meri Ann wedi brifo

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-# A Dafydd y gwas ddim yn iach

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-# Mae'r baban yn y crud yn crio

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-# A'r gath wedi sgrapo Joni bach

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-# Sosban fach yn berwi ar y tan

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-# Sosban fawr yn berwi ar y llawr

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-# A'r gath wedi sgrapo Joni bach

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-# Dai bach y sowldiwr

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-# Dai bach y sowldiwr

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-# Dai bach y sowldiwr

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-# A chwt ei grys e mas

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-# Sosban fach yn berwi ar y tan

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-# Sosban fawr yn berwi ar y llawr

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-# A'r gath wedi sgrapo Joni bach

0:42:100:42:17

-# Sosban fach yn berwi ar y tan

0:42:360:42:39

-# Sosban fawr yn berwi ar y llawr

0:42:390:42:43

-# A'r gath wedi sgrapo Joni bach

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-# Sosban fach yn berwi ar y tan

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-# Sosban fawr yn berwi ar y llawr

0:42:560:42:59

-# A'r gath wedi sgrapo Joni bach

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-# A'r gath wedi sgrapo Joni bach #

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-Our time in Glasgow is over.

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-Did you enjoy it, Kizzy?

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-Did you enjoy it, Kizzy?

-

-Yes, very much.

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-I hope you all enjoyed it

-as much as we did.

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-We leave you with a song from Plu.

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-From myself, Kizzy, Mabli,

-and the 2017 Celtic Connections...

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-..oidhche mhath.

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-..oidhche mhath.

-

-Oidhche mhath.

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-Goodnight.

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-# Mil harddach wyt na'r rhosyn gwyn

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-# Na'r rhosyn coch ar ael y bryn

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-# Na'r alarch bach yn nofio'r llyn

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-# Fy maban bach

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-# Mil gwell gen i nag aur y byd

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-# Yw gweld dy wenau yn dy grud

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-# Fy ffortiwn wyt, a gwyn fy myd

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-# Fy maban bach

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-# Ti yn caru'r tir yn fwy na'r pridd

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-# A'r don yn fwy na'r dwr

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-# Ti yn caru oedd yn fwy na'r bydd

-a beddi'r byd ond heb eu stwr

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-# Heb awyr, s'dim gorwelion

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-# Heb fory, does dim ddoe

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-# Agora di dy lygaid

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-# I brofi gollwng gafael

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-# I ti, mae'r awen yn y gan

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-# A'r llyfrau llwm o'th flaen

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-# Awen sydd o ddydd i ddydd

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-# Dadwisgo'r gwir

-gan dynnu bob un haen

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-# Heb awyr, s'dim gorwelion

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-# Heb fory, does dim ddoe

0:47:110:47:17

-# Agora di dy lygaid

0:47:180:47:25

-# I brofi gollwng gafael

0:47:260:47:35

-# Ti yn caru'r tir yn fwy na'r pridd

0:47:430:47:48

-# Yn fwy na'r gwir #

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-S4C Subtitles by Testun Cyf.

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Ryland Teifi a Kizzy Crawford sy'n mynd ar grwydr o amgylch Glasgow ac yn ein tywys drwy uchafbwyntiau Cwlwm Celtaidd 2017. Highlights of the 2017 Celtic Connections Festival in Glasgow.