Y Frân A'r Dderwen Marcaroni


Y Frân A'r Dderwen

Mae Marcaroni'n clywed stori am goeden ac aderyn sydd yn cael eu trawsnewid gan y gwynt mewn chwinciad chwannen! Marcaroni hears a song about a bird and a tree being transformed...


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-Enter the clock tower and say hello.

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-We'll enjoy a song later.

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-Hello, Roli and Poli!

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-Hello, Do and Re!

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-Hello, Oli!

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-Hello to the best composer

-in the world - Marcaroni.

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-Hello.

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-Oli Odl?

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-Here you are.

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-And Do and Re.

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-What on earth are you three doing?

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-We're clearing up - finding things

-we don't need or don't use...

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-..and throwing them all away.

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-You can't do that.

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-You can't do that.

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-Yes, and we are.

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-All these things will miss me.

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-I'll miss them.

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-You don't use these,

-do you, Marcaroni?

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-Yes, I use them all.

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-No, you don't. We found all these

-at the bottom of a cupboard.

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-Yes, maybe.

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-That's the play-again cupboard.

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-I use all these things

-when no one's watching.

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-OK, then.

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-Let's go through everything.

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-If we can re-use something,

-they can stay.

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-Otherwise, they're going.

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-When things are old and broken,

-when there's no use for them...

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-..it's time to say goodbye to them.

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-Mm!

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-Right then. Item No.1, trumpet.

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-I'm sorry, Clorian. You're right.

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-One broken trumpet.

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-Staying.

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-Why?

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-Why?

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-Because...

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-Because we can use it

-as a flower pot.

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-CLORIAN WHIRRS

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-No, it's not.

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-Look.

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-Ta-da.

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-OK, it can stay.

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-Item No.2, a teapot.

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-You're right again, Clorian.

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-A teapot, without a lid,

-is no good to anyone.

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-HE PLAYS A TUNE

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-This works. We can keep it.

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-This is a very musical teapot.

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-Why don't we fix the trumpet

-and keep the flowers in the teapot?

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-Flowers in a musical instrument?

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-A teapot that works?

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-Oli, you're so silly sometimes.

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-There's nothing wrong

-with this plant.

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-It's beautiful. Look at all

-these beautiful petals.

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-That reminds me of a verse my old

-Auntie Doli Odl used to recite...

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-..about the crow

-and the old oak tree.

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-Old black crow...

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-..and its old, old feathers.

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-Old oak tree...

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-..and its leaves slowly dying.

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-But one dark night...

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-..after a strong gusting wind.

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-The crow wore the leaves

-and the oak wore the feathers.

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-I like that.

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-My nose is itching, my eyes are

-rolling and my fingers are dancing.

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-My knees are knocking,

-my toes are shaking.

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-There's a song on the way.

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-Come on, let's take these to Lwlilw.

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-Lwlilw will love composing

-this song. I know for sure.

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-Ready to sing?

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-After three. One, two, three.

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-# Lwlilw

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-# Lwlilw

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-# Come and see us, Lwlilw

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-# Lwlilw #

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-Hiya, Lwlilw.

-Are you ready to compose a song?

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-Excellent, Lwlilw.

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-What's all this rubbish?

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-Lwlilw, this isn't rubbish!

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-They're treasures. Well, almost.

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-These are things

-we don't use any more.

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-But Oli's given me a great idea.

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-Have I?

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-Let's compose a song

-about the crow and the oak tree.

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-We'll make sounds and music

-using all these things.

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-We'll start with...

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-Oli, recite the poem again.

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-Old black crow

-and its old, old feathers.

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-Old oak tree

-and its leaves slowly dying.

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-But one dark night

-after a strong gusting wind.

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-The crow wore the leaves

-and the oak wore the feathers.

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-Lwlilwlilw!

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-That was great. I want a go.

-What are these?

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-Shells.

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-I see. They'll do.

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-Old black crow

-and its old, old feathers.

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-Old oak tree

-and its leaves slowly dying.

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-But one dark night...

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-..after a strong gusting wind.

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-The crow wore the leaves

-and the oak wore the feathers.

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-Those shells sounded wonderful.

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-Now then, what can I use?

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-You can use this little bell.

-It's small enough for you.

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-I'll play the teapot trumpet.

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-One man's rubbish

-is another man's treasure.

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-Re-using good for nothings.

-That's what I'll call it.

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-It's like the story

-of the crow and the oak.

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-The crow looked refined

-wearing the old oak's leaves...

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-..and the oak looked magnificent

-covered in the crow's feathers.

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-New clothes from old clothes.

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-That's re-using good for nothings.

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-That's right.

-Let's play and perform our song.

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-Are you all ready?

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-Are you all ready?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-It's time to shrink

-and enter a world of smiling.

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-Come to the world of fairies

-to enjoy dancing and singing.

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-Are you ready?

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-# Old black crow

-and its old, old feathers

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-# Old oak tree

-and its leaves slowly dying

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-# But one dark night

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-# After a strong gusting wind

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-# The crow wore the leaves

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-# And the oak wore the feathers

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-# A large lion roaring

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-# Can't roar at all

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-# A tiny little mouse

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-# Can't squeak at all

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-# But one dark night

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-# After a strong gusting wind

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-# The little mouse roared

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-# And the lion said

-"squeak, squeak"!

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-# A tired old tortoise

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-# Its shell is too heavy

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-# A tender, obedient dog

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-# Its tail is so very long

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-# But one dark night

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-# After a strong gusting wind

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-# The tortoise was in the kennel

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-# And the dog was in the shell

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-# But one dark night

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-# After a strong gusting wind

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-# Everyone changed place

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-# Yes, indeed #

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-Well, what a great song.

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-The little children in

-the big world will love that song.

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-They might be able to make

-instruments from household things.

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-Or, better still...

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-..they can make instruments

-from household things.

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-I'm so good!

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-Yes, Marcaroni. You're so talented.

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-You've re-used Do's idea.

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-I'd better go.

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-We didn't tidy up today, did we?

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-But we do have a new song.

-That's far better than tidying up.

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-We'd better get ready, too, Do.

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-You're right, Re.

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-Cheerio, Oli. Cheerio, Marcaroni.

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-Do you have to go?

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-I have to return

-to the great wide world.

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-I'll be back soon.

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-Before you go, here you go, Oli.

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-Something to keep the tea warm.

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-Thank you, Marcaroni.

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-It's lovely.

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-# It's time to go but don't you sigh

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-# Goodbye

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-# Goodbye

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-# Ta-ta, take care,

-see you by and by

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-# Goodbye

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-# The time has come to wave farewell

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-# But we shall meet again

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-# But until then we must say

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-# Goodbye #

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Mae Marcaroni'n clywed stori am goeden ac aderyn sydd yn cael eu trawsnewid gan y gwynt mewn chwinciad chwannen! Marcaroni hears a song about a bird and a tree being transformed by the wind.


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