ο»Ώ Treherbert.|1907-08-31|The Rhondda Leader - Welsh Newspapers Online
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Treherbert. We offer our sincerest congratulations to Mr. Hugh Hughes, G. & L., Treher- bert, upon his success at the Swansea, National Eisteddfod. Mr. Hughes is the composer of several successful solos and anthems, and, we believe, has previously been successful at our national institution. Mr. Hughes' composition was a, vocal quartet, set to light words in English and Welsh, the original to be in Welsh. The words for the quartet were written by Mr. D. H. Davies, conductor of the Tre- orchy Male Voice Choir, and the subject chosen was The Dewdrop." The follow- ing in connection with these words is well worth recording. The adjudicators upon the composition were agreed as to the merit of the music, but one adjudicator was of opinion that the verses were too heavy for the music. The award, which •

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