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February 6, 2009

THE QUICK & EASY WAY TO LEARN THE WELSH ANTHEM FOR THE SIX NATIONS

Category: 6 nations – Author: admin – 9:18 am

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*** SCOTLAND V WALES - FEBRUARY 8th ***

CANTORION COLIN JONES SANG THE ANTHEM ON THE MILLENIUM STADIUM PITCH BEFORE THE WALES TOOK ON AUSTRALIA ON NOVEMBER 29TH, 2008. IT OBVIOUSLY HELPED AS WALES BEAT THE WALLABIES 21-18 IN A THRILLER.

WITH THE RBS SIX NATIONS RUGBY ALMOST HERE, IT’S A GOOD TIME TO LEARN THE ANTHEM HERE WITH CANTORION COLIN JONES FOR THE BIG DAYS AHEAD . . . .

LEARNING THE WELSH NATIONAL ANTHEM HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER. ENJOY CANTORION COLIN JONES IN CONCERT WITH PHONETIC SUBTITLES. SIMPLE BUT EFFECTIVE !

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08.02.09 Scotland v WALES 1500
14.02.09 WALES v England 1730
27.02.09 France v WALES 2100
14.03.09 Italy v WALES 1600
21.06.09 WALES v Ireland 1730

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Mae hen wlad fy nhadau yn annwyl i mi,
Gwlad beirdd a chantorion, enwogion o fri
Ei gwrol rhyfelwyr, gwlad garwyr tra mad
Tros ryddid collasant eu gwaed.

Chorus

Gwlad, gwlad, pleidiol wyf i’m gwlad,
Tra mor yn fur
I’r bur hoff bau,
O bydded i’r heniaith barhau

**** T R A N S L A T I O N ****

The old land of my fathers is dear to me,
A land of poets and singers, famous people of renown
Its brave warriors, great patriots,
For freedom they lost their blood

Chorus
Country, country, I’m partial to my country,
While the sea is a wall for the pure, dear country,
O may the “old language” continue

Old mountainous Wales, paradise of the poet,
Every valley, every cliff is beautiful in my sight;
Through patriotic feeling, more enchanting is the murmur
Of her streams and rivers to me.

GOOD LUCK AND ENJOY! !

Duration : 0:1:45


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25 Comments »

  1. and i
    and i

    Comment by hhead44 — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  2. My hair-n wool-add …
    My hair-n wool-add ver n-had eye un ann-will ee me
    Gool-ard buy-rth ah chant-or-yon en-wog-yon oh vree
    Eye goo-rol ruv-elle-weir gool-ard garr weir trah-mahd
    Tross ruh-thid coll-ass-ant eye gwide

    Gool-ard, gool-ard ply-dee-ol oiv eem gool-ard
    Trah more un veer eer beed hore-ff buy
    Oh buthed eer hen-yithe barr-high

    Comment by alexithymiadelarge — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  3. I’m part welsh… …
    I’m part welsh…and proud =D

    Comment by RainbowDustFairy — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  4. click the info and …
    click the info and you will find a normal version directly to the right of where you wrote. Or is that too difficult for you as well? If so, listen to the singing and learn it aurally. At least, if you produce your voice as well as these men, it will sound good!!

    Comment by cyfieithydd — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  5. thsi doesnt help at …
    thsi doesnt help at all. in fact i think it makes it worse.

    Comment by ryanthethird — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  6. I count 42 in this …
    I count 42 in this choir . It sound as if there are a hundred men on stage - a powerhouse of sound. Magnificent rendering. Congratulations.

    Comment by bryntomos — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  7. thank you so much! …
    thank you so much!

    Weltha

    Comment by welthawood — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  8. welthawood, the tha …
    welthawood, the tha in your name probably is being linked to the language as “th” is often used [i am a welsh speaker, reader, and i think in welsh] Im from north wales and i havent heard this name given to anybody but yes i agree that it sounds welsh :) Hope you find out where your name comes from :D

    Comment by achiev0thisocape — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  9. cheers 4 those …
    cheers 4 those words i cant speak welsh an it does help alot nice 4 this

    Comment by stewilliams87 — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  10. The words are …
    The words are phonetic but they are not Welsh words. The sounds that the phonetic words make are audibly Welsh as they are phonetic! If you sing or speak the words on the screen, you will produce Welsh words to the anthem. It is not “Wenglish”. You make me want to eat my own face. Get an education!

    Comment by Respott — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  11. those words are not …
    those words are not written phonetically. i speak welsh and that is not welsh. that is wenglish!!

    Comment by huwwilson650 — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  12. Heard that this …
    Heard that this choir and Cor Codre’r Aran gave Only Men Aloud a few tips last weekend!! They sang with great pride.

    Comment by Grwpi — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  13. Yes I do. The words …
    Yes I do. The words have been written phonetically, as it sounds, which makes it easier to learn.

    Thanks for the comment. The real words are in the info on the right

    Comment by Solstaro — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  14. You do know all …
    You do know all them words are spelt wrong dont you?

    Comment by Newbridgebarmyarmy — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  15. I know it and love …
    I know it and love it coz we Welsh rule ! :) x

    Comment by LucyBlueEyesBlonde — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  16. Gotta hand it to em …
    Gotta hand it to em, the welsh match anyone for national pride.

    Comment by camionerodebasura — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  17. I don’t think it’s …
    I don’t think it’s becuase you’re English, don’t worry, probably Welsh people think that there is more to Welsh culture thank rugby and football…

    Comment by tutonline — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  18. I LOVE this and …
    I LOVE this and watch it constantly in the hope to learn this beautiful anthem in its rightful language. And now…a question. My first name is “Weltha”–we keep hearing in my family that it might be Welsh. Does anyone know one way or other for certain? Many thanks!

    Comment by welthawood — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  19. I’m American and …
    I’m American and I’m proud of my Welsh heritage. I just up-pointed you (is that even a word?) on your first post. Good for you! And I also have English heritage and am PROUD of it, too! Cymru am byth.

    Comment by welthawood — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  20. true true
    true true

    Comment by mathewboi1 — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  21. Two minus points …
    Two minus points for my post in about a week! I’m trying not to be hurt, but I can’t help hoping it’s not just because I’m English and I want to learn more about Wales and its fascinating and beautiful culture. It’s tempting to give up completely, but my future children deserve to be proud of both their bloodlines and their heritage, so I’ll have to rise above it…

    Comment by TangledUpInDylan — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  22. i know the anthem …
    i know the anthem and i always have .. im welsh .. born & proud to be it too (y)

    Comment by karenovcrynant — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  23. But when you are a …
    But when you are a Portuguese person like me you will find this way will help… WONDERFULL ANTHEM (i want to learn this…)

    Comment by HeadCaseChannel — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  24. If you true …
    If you true welshman you don’t need to learn the anthem you know the anthem the mintue your born

    Hen wlad fy nhadau yn annwyl i mi
    gwald beridd a chantorion enwogion o fri.

    Comment by Greenage380 — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

  25. is katherine …
    is katherine jenkins not singing the nat anthem? im gutted :(

    Comment by 69Crezzy69 — February 6, 2009 @ 9:18 am

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