Ieuan Gwyllt et al. in Rhondda - 4 May, 1875
On Tuesday the Congregational musical leader, Ieuan Gwyllt, visited Pisgah Chapel, Penygraig, to test the congregational singing in the district. The choirs present were those of Pisgah, Porth, Ferndale, Dina and Llwynypia. The meetings were held at ten, two, and six o’ clock... The highly respectable aspect of this large congregation, in the midst of the present strike… would have surprised a stranger visiting the valley. The chapel was crowded to excess. The choirs filled the semi-circular gallery – women on the right and the men on the left, while … more >>
Musical Meeting in the Rhondda Valley. In Western Mail (6 May, 1875). https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1523542064246 accessed: 20 October, 2021
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|The Fig Tree|
|Date/Time||4 May, 1875|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, indoors, in public|
This kind of 'musical meeting' is known in Welsh as a cymanfa ganu.