Uchafbwyntiau Llangollen


Uchafbwyntiau

Nia Roberts a Trystan Ellis-Morris sy'n cyflwyno uchafbwyntiau'r wythnos o Eisteddfod Gerddorol Ryngwladol Llangollen 2017. Highlights of the competitions at the Llangollen Eist...


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-Every year, the town of Llangollen

-opens its doors to the world...

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-..and extends the hand

-of friendship and peace.

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-The world responds

-in dance, song and music.

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-Welcome to a highlights programme...

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-..from the 2017 Llangollen

-International Musical Eisteddfod.

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-Subtitles

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-This year is a notable year...

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-..as the Eisteddfod celebrates

-its 70th birthday.

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-Never before in any town in Wales...

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-..have so many people

-of so many nationalities...

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-..assembled for the purpose

-of lifting their voices in song.

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-The spirit of goodwill

-continues to this day.

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-In 1947, we were emerging

-from the ravages of World War II.

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-And today, 70 years later...

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-..in some ways you might argue...

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-..that we have virtually slipped

-into a different type of warfare.

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-A warfare where terrorism

-is rampant...

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-..and terrorism can occur in any

-part of the world at any given time.

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-There is nothing more important...

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-..than for all of us to work

-for peace in our troubled world.

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-Over the next hour, we can enjoy

-performances from all the winners.

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-We'll also experience a taste

-of this unique festival.

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-The children's folk choir

-competition was the first on stage.

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-Victorious,

-were Cantabile Girls' Choir.

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-Here's Dance To Your Daddie.

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-# And you shall get a fishie

-on a little dishie

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-# You shall get a fishie,

-when the boat comes in!

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-# Dance to your daddie, dance to

-your daddie, dance to your daddie

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-# My bonnie laddie, dance

-to your daddie, my bonnie laddie

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-# Dance to your daddie,

-my wee bit lamb!

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-# Dance to your daddie,

-my bonnie laddie

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-# Dance to your daddie,

-my wee bit lamb!

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-# And you shall get a coatie

-and a pair of breekies

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-# You shall get a coatie

-when the boat comes in!

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-# And you shall get a coatie

-and a pair of breekies

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-# You shall get a coatie

-when the boat comes in!

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-# La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la

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-# La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la

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-# La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la

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-# Dance to your daddie, dance to

-your daddie, dance to your daddie

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-# Dance to your daddie, dance to

-your daddie, dance to your daddie

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-# Dance to your daddie, dance to

-your daddie, dance to your daddie

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-# Dance to your daddie,

-dance to your daddie, dance

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-# Dance #

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-From folk singing to folk dancing.

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-The winners

-of the children's folk dance.

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-Loughgiel have competed regularly

-since 1993.

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-They couldn't be here last year but

-they're happy to be back this year.

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-Winning in any eisteddfod

-is a great experience.

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-How does it feel when you win

-at an international eisteddfod?

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-Ask Tegid Goodman-Jones, winner of

-the vocal solo under 15 years old.

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-# Sut gei di goron rhos yn awr?

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-# Mae'r coed yn llwm

-o'r brig i'r llawr

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-# "A anghofiasoch?" ebe fe

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-# "Fod yma ddrain a wna'n ei lle #

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-I've competed at the Urdd and

-National but never at Llangollen.

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-Is it different in any way?

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-Yes, it's a shock to compete

-against people from other countries.

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-It's a great feeling.

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-# A dafnau gwaed o bigau drain

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-# Sydd ar ei ben fel blodau cain #

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-We stay with the soloists and

-turn our attention to the musicals.

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-Winning the musical solo

-competition, Megan-Hollie Robertson.

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-# Solve my problems going back

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-# Is this home?

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-# Am I here for a day or forever?

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-# Shut away

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-# From the world

-until who knows when

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-# Oh, but then

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-# Now my life has been altered once

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-# It can change again

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-# Build higher walls around me

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-# Change ev'ry lock and key

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-# Nothing lasts

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-# Nothing holds

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-# All of me

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-# My heart's far, far away

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-# Home and free! #

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-It's become a tradition to stage

-shows and operas in Llangollen.

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-This year, Tosca was chosen

-for the international stage.

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-A story about love, murder and

-one of opera's greatest villains.

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-You're responsible

-for choosing the voices.

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-We have the most recognisable

-soprano of her time...

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-..Kristine Opolais.

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-For Puccini, you really need

-to be full with passion yourself.

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-This is the composer who wrote

-operas for the artist people...

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-..full with emotions.

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-When you know

-what it means to hate...

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-..when you know

-what it means to love...

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-..everything you need to be able

-to play and to sing through it.

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-I love Bryn as an artist.

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-I respect him

-at a very high, high level.

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-It's a big happiness for me

-to create some story together.

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-Back to the competitions.

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-The cultural showcase competition

-combines dance and song.

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-It's a veritable feast.

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-The winning choir was KZN Midlands

-Youth Choir from South Africa.

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-Competitors aren't the only ones

-to take to the Llangollen stage.

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-Sometimes,

-audience members are invited up too.

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-The four brass band members said...

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-.."Hands up who wants to help."

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-I put my hand up straight away.

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-You were the first?

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-Yes, they chose me. I went up

-and they gave me a dickie bow.

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-I also wore a tuxedo.

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-On to the junior children's choirs.

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-Nine competed,

-here are the three finalists.

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-In third place, Truro School

-singing Marvellous Song.

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-# His people proclaim

-His wondrous praise

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-# For Christ brings new songs

-of light to all in his name

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-# Sing to the Lord,

-a marvellous song

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-# A wonderful,

-marvellous, stupendous song

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-# Sing to the Lord,

-a marvellous song

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-# A wonderful, glorious,

-jubilant, marvellous song #

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-Second, Ysgol Pen Barras, Ruthin.

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-They sang Can Yr Elfennau

-by Robat Arwyn.

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-# Beth am ddisglair sain y trwmped,

-beth am grasder y trombon?

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-# Neu y ffliwt a'i seiniau hudol,

-rhaid amrywio'r lliw a'r ton

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-# Dewis y gwead, dyna wnaf i

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-# Canu mewn unsain neu harmoni

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-# Tenau neu drwchus? Unsain neu dri?

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-# Dyna'r dewis sydd gen i! #

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-The winners were Lindley School

-singing a song about wind.

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-# Blowing wind, dark wind

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-# Fierce wind, tearing wind

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-# Roaring through the night

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-# Tossing and turning

-with all its might

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-# Thunder crashing,

-lightning flashing

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-# Drip, drop, drip, drop rain

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-# Pattered, rain scattered

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-# Flash, crash, pour! #

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-More from the festival stage

-after the break.

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-First,

-we join these Indonesian singers.

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-How much has this eisteddfod changed

-since the first one back in 1947?

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-The 70th birthday was commemorated

-during the opening concert.

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-Here's the Cory Band,

-euphonium soloist David Childs...

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-..performing Benedictus

-by Karl Jenkins.

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-We turn to the senior children's

-choirs next.

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-Victorious this year, Shanghai

-Yangjing High School Men's Choir.

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-# What shall we do

-with a drunken sailor

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-# What shall we do

-with a drunken sailor

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-# What shall we do

-with a drunken sailor

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-# Early in the morning?

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-# Pull out the plug

-and wet him all over

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-# Pull out the plug

-and wet him all over

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-# Pull out the plug and wet him

-all over, early in the morning

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-# Wahey, up she rises

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-# Wahey, up she rises

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-# Wahey, up she rises

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-# Early in the morning

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-# What shall we,

-what shall we, what shall we do

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-# With a drunken sailor? #

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-Hey!

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-There was one additional prize.

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-The winners of

-the Children's Choir of the World...

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-..Shanghai Yangjing

-High School Men's Choir from China.

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-A double celebration from Shanghai.

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-They're happy even if they arrived

-in Wales very late last night.

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-How does it feel to hold the trophy?

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-It was a shock for us to win these

-two trophies. It's a huge honour.

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-We had problems travelling over

-and missed the plane.

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-We're happy to be here

-and happy with our success.

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-Here's another

-Chinese success story.

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-Winning the instrumental solo,

-Jiamin Yin.

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-It was a successful eisteddfod for

-the girls of Ysgol Gerdd Ceredigion.

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-The won the new

-a capella competition.

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-# Nothing can break us

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-# No-one can make us

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-# Quit before we're done

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-# One for all

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-# And all for one

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-# One for all

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-# And all for one

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-# One for all

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-# And all for one #

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-How does it feel

-to hold this in your hands?

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-It's a pleasure

-despite it being quite heavy.

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-Do you enjoy a capella signing?

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-It's quite different and new to us.

-We're not used to it.

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-This group were popular performers

-during the week.

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-Competing in the instrumental group

-category, Mother Touch, Zimbabwe.

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-Winning the instrumental group

-category, success for Wales...

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-..from the Cathays Brass Band.

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-Are there trombonists in the band?

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-Are there trombonists in the band?

-

-Not at the moment.

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-Are you looking for one?

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-There's one enthusiastic

-trombonist here who's OK.

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-He's a bit rusty right now

-but he can practise.

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-We're always on the look out

-for trombonists.

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-I'll hook up with you

-the next time I'm in Cardiff.

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-Congratulations, Cathays Brass.

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-There's no better sight than this.

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-The Ching-Yun Choir from Taiwan...

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-..singing about old friends

-meeting for a drink.

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-Where better to meet than

-in the gardens of Plas Newydd?

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-Winner of the International

-Voice of the Future, Sian Dicker.

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-Here's her successful performance

-of Come Scoglio by Mozart.

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-# Non vi renda audaci ancor!

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-# Non vi renda audaci ancor!

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-# Non vi renda audaci ancor!

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-# Non vi renda audaci ancor!

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-# Non vi renda audaci ancor!

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-# Audaci ancor!

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-# Audaci ancor! #

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-# Baba yetu, yetu

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-Where better than Llangollen

-to perform Calling All Dawns...

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-..by Christopher Tin.

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-# Baba yetu, yetu #

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-International performers

-and a concert of works...

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-..originally written

-for a computer game.

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-# Baba yetu, yetu, uliye

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-# Mbinguni yetu, yetu, amina!

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-# Baba yetu, yetu, uliye

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-# Jina lako litukuzwe

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-# Baba yetu, yetu, uliye

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-# Mbinguni yetu, yetu, amina!

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-# Baba yetu, yetu, uliye

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-# Jina lako litukuzwe

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-# Utupe leo chakula chetu

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-# Tunachohitaji utusamehe

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-# Makosa yetu, hey!

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-# Kama nasi tunavyowasamehe

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-# Waliotukosea usitutie

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-# Katika majaribu, lakini

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-# Utuokoe, na yule, milelea milele!

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-# Baba yetu, yetu, uliye

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-# Jina lako litukuzwe

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-# Baba yetu, yetu, uliye

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-# Jina lako litukuzwe #

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-Subtitles

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-1947, the year

-of the first Llangollen Eisteddfod.

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-One lady has attended

-every eisteddfod apart from one.

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-Mrs Enid Evans.

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-I'm in the pavilion with Mrs Evans.

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-Mrs Evans has a more

-comfortable seat than mine...

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-..she has her own cushion!

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-How many years

-have you been coming here?

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-Well, 70 years.

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-Since the first eisteddfod in 1947.

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-How has the eisteddfod changed

-over the years?

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-New competitions have been

-introduced to the programme...

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-..but the spirit is still the same.

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-People are here to sing

-and not fight.

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-That was the original aim.

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-You live in Bristol...

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-..but you're a fluent Welsh speaker.

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-I've continued speaking Welsh.

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-We've had a very successful

-Welsh society in Bristol...

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-..for the past 60 years even though

-the membership has dropped.

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-If you don't mind me asking...

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-..how old are you?

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-You don't look a day over 21!

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-Thank you.

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-I'll be 95 in September,

-later this year.

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-Well, do you know what, it's been

-a pleasure talking to you.

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-One thing happened this year that

-even Mrs Evans hadn't seen before.

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-It came

-in the open dance competition.

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-Loughgiel Folk Dancers

-were at the heart...

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-..of the Celtic battlefield

-in their performance.

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-I feel very proud...

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-..to tell the...

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-I'm emotional to give the marks...

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-..of Ireland because

-we made a kind of history.

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-This is the first time

-that a group had 100 points.

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-Scoring 100 marks

-never happens in Llangollen.

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-Not until now.

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-Not until now.

-

-Making history.

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-We are absolutely amazed.

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-You couldn't believe it.

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-We were so emotional and it was

-so emotional for the judges and us.

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-Even the audience.

-We felt it from everybody.

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-They got behind us

-and felt our emotion.

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-All the hard work does pay off.

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-We've been working on this piece

-for a year now.

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-The girls have put in

-so much effort. It's paid off.

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-Loughgiel qualified for the

-eisteddfod's main dance competition.

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-There, they went head-to-head

-with Gabhru Panjab de.

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-Following on

-from their 100% performance...

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-..the result came as no surprise.

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-The winner is the

-Loughgiel Folk Dancers.

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-The success was just as sweet.

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-A young man with Welsh roots

-astounded the judges and audience...

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-..with his performance in the

-young instrumentalist competition.

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-You see some performances over

-the years that stay in the memory.

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-Adam's performance is one of those.

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-Congratulations on your performance.

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-Congratulations on your performance.

-

-Thank you very much.

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-When did you start

-playing the piano?

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-When I was seven years old.

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-You have Welsh connections.

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-My dad is Welsh.

-He grew up in Lower Town Fishguard.

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-You're half-Welsh.

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-You're half-Welsh.

-

-Half-Welsh, half-Polish.

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-We're proud to claim a half of you.

-Congratulations. Well done.

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-Towards the end of the week,

-the choirs took centre stage.

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-Winning the folk choir competition,

-Men in Blaque from America.

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-# Every time I feel the spirit

-moving in my heart, I will pray

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-# Jordan river, is chilly an' cold

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-# It chills the body

-but not the soul

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-# All around me, looks so fine

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-# Ask the Lord if all was mine

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-# Every time I feel the spirit

-moving in my heart, I will pray

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-# Every time I feel the spirit

-moving in my heart, I will pray

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-# Ain't but one train on this track

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-# Runs to heaven and right back

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-# St Peter waiting at the gate

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-# Says come on, sinner,

-don't be late

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-# Every time I feel the spirit

-moving in my heart, I will pray

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-# Every time I feel the spirit

-moving in my heart, I will pray

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-# Every time I feel the spirit

-moving in my heart, I will pray

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-# Every time I feel the spirit

-moving in my heart, I will pray

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-# I will pray

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-# I will pray

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-# I will pray

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-# I will pray #

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-On Friday night, the pavilion

-audience were on their feet...

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-..as they were enchanted by

-Californian singer Gregory Porter.

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-# Take me to the afflicted ones

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-# Take me to the lonely ones

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-# That somehow lost their way

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-# Let them hear me say

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-# Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh

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-# I am your friend

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-# Come to my table

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-# Rest here in my garden

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-# You will have a pardon #

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-Last year,

-the Bob Cole Chamber Choir...

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-..won the Luciano Pavarotti trophy

-and were crowned Choir of the World.

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-Who would come out on top this year?

-Find out after the break.

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-Welcome back.

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-One of the highlights

-is the parade through the town.

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-This year the streets were

-a sea of singing and dancing...

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-..and a kaleidoscope

-of global traditions.

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-What does this cheerful band

-of Spaniards think of Llangollen?

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-You have a beautiful town here.

-The people are so friendly.

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-Thank you. Enjoy.

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-Hello. Are you enjoying yourselves?

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-Yes.

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-So colourful, isn't it?

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-Yes.

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-Are you going to sing and dance?

-Off you go.

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-On the final day of competition,

-the choirs took centre stage.

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-Who would lift

-the Luciano Pavarotti trophy...

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-..and be crowned Choir of the World?

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-It's a battle between

-the choral competition winners.

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-Aeolians from America...

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-..Grupo Vocal Amitie from Spain,

-Men in Blaque from California...

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-..and the two Welsh choirs,

-Cywair and Glanaethwy.

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-Aeolians from Oakwood, Alabama,

-opened the competition.

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-# Up to the walls of Jericho

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-# He marched with spear in hand

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-# Go blow those rams' horns

-Joshua cried

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-# 'Cos the battle is in my hand

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-# Joshua fought

-the battle of Jericho, Jericho

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-# Joshua fought

-the battle of Jericho, Jericho

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-# And the walls came tumblin'

-and the walls came down

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-# Then the lamb ram sheep horns

-begin to blow

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-# Trumpets began to sound

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-# Joshua commanded the children

-to shout

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-# A-ha

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-# A-ha

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-# A-ha

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-# And

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-# The walls came tumblin' down

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-# Joshua fought

-the battle of Jericho

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-# Joshua fought

-the battle of Jericho

0:39:420:39:44

-# And the walls came tumblin' down

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-# And the walls came tumblin' down

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-# And the walls came tumblin' down

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-# And the walls came tumblin' down

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-# And the walls came tumblin' down #

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-Grupo Vocal Amitie from Spain

-represented the female choirs.

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-Cywair, winners in 2005,

-represented the mixed choirs.

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-# Pa fuerte si si yo mevoy

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-# Pa fuerte si si yo mevoy

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-# Pa fuerte si si yo mevoy

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-# Pa fuerte si si yo mevoy

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-# Echale un vistaso

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-# Echale un vistaso

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-# Echale un vistaso

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-# Echale un vistaso

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-# Echale un vistaso

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-# Majo kwa moja soy fuerte

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-# Majo kwa moja soy fuerte

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-# Pa moja

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-# Pa moja tuna weza

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-# Silililiza

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-# Kusikia we we

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-# Pa moja

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-# Katika moyo wako

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-# Kusikia we we

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-# Pa moja

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-# Katika moyo wai

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-# Kusikia we we

0:42:290:42:30

-# Kusikia we we

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-# Kusikia we we

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-# Kusikia we we

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-# Moy o

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-# Moy o

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-# Silililiza #

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-Another Welsh choir, Glanaethwy,

-represented the open choirs.

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-# Ac o'i glaswellt gogleisiol

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-# Y rhwyfwn donnau'r hafwynt

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-# Yn fy nghread gwastad gynt

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-Un dydd, fel bachgen dall...

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-..synhwyrais swn arall.

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-# Swn llestri'n torri'n y ty

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-# Swn deiliach wrth sandalu

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-# Ond trymach, dyfnach ei don

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-# Yn rowlio dros orwelion

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-# Un daran wedi aros

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-# Un daran hir drwy y nos

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-# Minnau'n farchog o hogyn

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-# Yn dduw cyn bod eto'n ddyn

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-# Hawdd i'r ifanc oedd rhyfyg

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-# A pha ots mewn brwydr ffug

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-# Mai o frwyn roedd fy helm frau

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-# Mai cyll oedd fy mhicellau #

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-The final choir to compete

-were Men in Blaque from California.

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-# I want to be ready

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-# To walk

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-# I want to walk

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-# If I have to stumble

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-# If I have to stagger

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-# If I have to stoop down

-on my knees and crawl

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-# Because my feet are too tired

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-# Lord, I want to walk

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-# Just like John

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-# I want to be ready

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-# I want to be ready

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-# Just like John

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-# Walk just like John #

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-What was the decision of

-the international panel of judges...

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-..and who would lift

-the Luciano Pavarotti Trophy?

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-Tonight's winner...

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-..is the Aeolians

-of Oakwood University, USA.

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-Congratulations to the Aeolians

-Junior Choir from Oakwood, Alabama.

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-2017 Choir of the World.

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-Congratulations to their conductor,

-Jason Max Ferdinand...

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-..on receiving the prize

-for the best conductor.

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-That's the end

-of another memorable week...

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-..in the history

-of the Llangollen Eisteddfod.

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-It's been a worthy celebration

-to mark the 70th birthday.

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-A celebration of friendship

-between the world's nations...

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-..coming together

-in dance and song in Wales.

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-# Kia hora te marino

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-# Kia whakapapa

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-# Pounamu

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-# Te moana

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-# Kia tere te rohirohi

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-# Kia hora

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-# Te marino

0:47:020:47:04

-# Te marino ara

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-# Mo ake

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-# Tonu

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-# Kia hora

0:47:180:47:20

-# Te marino

0:47:200:47:23

-# Te marino ara

0:47:230:47:27

-# Mo ake

0:47:270:47:30

-# Tonu

0:47:300:47:32

-# Ake

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-# Mo ake

0:47:360:47:39

-# Tonu

0:47:390:47:42

-# Ake

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-# Kia hora

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-# Te marino #

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Nia Roberts a Trystan Ellis-Morris sy'n cyflwyno uchafbwyntiau'r wythnos o Eisteddfod Gerddorol Ryngwladol Llangollen 2017. Highlights of the competitions at the Llangollen Eisteddfod.