excerpt from 'Letter, W. J. Ellis to John Lloyd Williams, 2 October 1923' pp. 11 (50 words)

excerpt from 'Letter, W. J. Ellis to John Lloyd Williams, 2 October 1923' pp. 11 (50 words)

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Letter, W. J. Ellis to John Lloyd Williams, 2 October 1923

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[...] for many years, it has been Welsh music for which I have displayed a particular affection. Ever since being introduced to Dr. Parry’s hymn-tune “Aberystwyth” when quite a child, I was never satisfied until I knew a great deal more about the music of the Principality.

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excerpt from 'Letter, W. J. Ellis to John Lloyd Williams, 2 October 1923' pp. 11 (50 words)

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