excerpt from 'Dr J. Lloyd Williams Music MSS and Papers: John Morris Collection' pp. 1 (99 words)

excerpt from 'Dr J. Lloyd Williams Music MSS and Papers: John Morris Collection' pp. 1 (99 words)

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Dr J. Lloyd Williams Music MSS and Papers: John Morris Collection

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Y Betrisen

 

Policeman, Owen Jones, [...] Bl[aenau] Fest[inio]g. First heard in the cell in Penrhyn - 15 yrs ago. Lad from Penmachno who had to be taken to the asylum. Policeman stayed with him during the night - lad sang Y Betrisen over and over. Policeman much struck - next day taken to Denbigh - made him repeat it. When in the Asylum waiting for the doctor - ‘Yn yr Asylum yr ydan ni? [We're in the Asylum]' - then bursting out he said - ['Y]ma y buo fy mam farw [My mother died here'].

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