Torth o Fara Byd Begw Bwt


Torth o Fara

Yn y rhaglen hon cawn fynd ar daith i ymweld â phobl yr Hafod gan ddod â thorth o fara yn bresant iddynt. In this programme we are introduced to the folk song Torth o Fara, A Lo...


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-Hello, my little friends!

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-Thank you for coming to visit me.

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-My name is Begw Bwt.

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-I've just been to the bakery

-to buy a fresh loaf of bread.

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-Look!

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-Mm!

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-A fresh loaf of bread which has

-just been baked smells wonderful.

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-I can't wait to eat

-a slice of this bread...

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-..with butter

-and strawberry jam on it.

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-How wonderful!

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-Do you enjoy eating fresh bread?

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-You do?

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-What do you like to spread

-on your fresh bread?

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-Cheese?

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-Bacon?

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-Jam?

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-All this talk of food

-makes my tummy rumble.

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-I know a song about a loaf of bread.

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-In the song, a little girl

-takes a loaf of bread...

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-..to the people

-who live on Hafod farm...

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-...which is high on the hill.

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-The little girl

-has a long walk ahead of her.

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-As she makes her way up the hill,

-she takes a tumble.

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-The loaf falls out of her grasp...

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-..and it rolls faster and faster

-and faster down the hill.

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-Splash! It lands in the river.

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-Oh, dear!

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-Hey! Let's go on a journey to

-hear more about the loaf of bread.

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-Are you ready, my little friends?

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-Come closer! Come along.

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-Let's visit a magical world of song.

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-# I set out on my own one day.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# To visit the people of Hafod.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# I had a loaf of bread for them.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# I looked quite respectable.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# I started walking up the hill.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# But I fell onto my knees #

-Ouch, ouch, ouch, ouch!

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-Ooh! Ouch!

-# Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# The loaf of bread fell, too.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# It rolled towards the river.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# I shouted, but to no avail.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# I screamed at the loaf to stop #

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-Stop!

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-Stop!

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-# Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# It was rolling so fast.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# I waved goodbye to it

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-# Farewell!

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# I waded into the river.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# I expected the loaf to be ruined.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# Thankfully, it was still

-in one piece #

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-Thank goodness!

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-Yes, indeed!

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-# Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# No breadcrumbs in sight.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# And if I could sing beautifully

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-# Ah, ah-ah, ah-ah, ah

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-# Ah, ah-ah, ah-ah, ah! #

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-GLASS SHATTERS

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-GLASS SHATTERS

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-Oh, dear!

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-Oh, well!

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-# Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do

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-# I'd sing more tunefully about it.

-Ffal-di-di rai, dal dadl-am-do #

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-Well, that song

-was jam-packed with adventure!

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-The loaf of bread rolled down

-the hill and landed in the river.

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-The loaf must have been soaking wet

-but it was still in one piece.

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-Mind you, I wouldn't want to eat

-that loaf of bread. Would you?

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-Yuck!

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-My loaf of bread

-is absolutely perfect.

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-I really can't wait

-to eat a slice of this loaf.

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-I'll spread butter and jam on it.

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-Thank you for coming to see me,

-my little friends.

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-Come and see me again soon.

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-We'll have a chat and we'll visit

-the magical world of music again.

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-I can't wait.

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-Bye-bye!

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-Bye-bye!

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Yn y rhaglen hon cawn fynd ar daith i ymweld â phobl yr Hafod gan ddod â thorth o fara yn bresant iddynt. In this programme we are introduced to the folk song Torth o Fara, A Loaf of Bread


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