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Gwenan Gibbard - Cerdd Dannau

Disgrifiad Eitem / Product Description

Mae cerdd dant wedi bod yn rhan o fywyd Gwenan Gibbard ers ei phlentyndod ac mae'n teimlo ei fod yn rhan annatod ohoni.  


Yn yr albwm hwn mae Gwenan yn  adlewyrchu ychydig o’r presennol a’r gorffennol gan fwynhau cael mynd yn ôl at rai o’r hen alawon telyn traddodiadol, at arddull fwy gwerinol y gorffennol.

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Cerdd dant is the unique and ancient art of singing poetry to harp accompaniment. 
Three different elements come together in cerdd dant: the chosen harp melody, which can be traditional or newly composed; the poetry being sung, which can be strict metre poetry (based on the age old cynghanedd, where alliteration and rhyme play an integral part), free poetry, or, more recently, prose; and, thirdly, the counter-melody on which the words are sung.

There are many rules and regulations as to how the words should be set to the music, but basically the harp melody and the singer’s melody should be in counterpoint, and the main accents of the poetry should fall on the main accents of the music. In the past many cerdd dant singers would accompany their own singing, and here on this album most of the pieces are performed self-accompanied.

Cerdd dant is still very much a living and popular tradition in Wales today, and is constantly evolving. A hugely successful cerdd dant festival is held in Wales every year and new generations continue to set and sing words to music in this unique way.

Traciau:

  1. Nei Di Ganu ‘Nghân?
  2. Noson Aflawen (feat. Cerys Matthews)
  3. Pen Draw Llŷn
  4. Calon Drom
  5. A Glywi Di?
  6. Nid yw Cariad yn Ddall
  7. Glan Môr Heli
  8. Rowndio’r Horn (feat. Meinir Gwilym)
  9. Mae’r Ddaear yn Glasu
  10. Bro
  11. Traeth Lafan / Adlais Nia / Pen Rhaw
  12. Arglwydd Iesu, Dysg Im Gerdded
  13. Dau a Dwy
  14. Rhwng Pen y Cei a Phen yr Allt

Label: Sain

Dyddiad: 2013

£12.99
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