James Kenward in Llanymawddwy, Wales - December, the 1850's

from The Plygain, pages 263-264:

After prayer and praise follows the sermon, a plain setting forth of the blessings of Redemption, a loving exhortation to seize the great opportunity of life which grows more fleeting with each revolving year. And now the benediction is pronounced, and there is a stir among the people…. The carol-singing is to begin… And first Ab Ithel, divested of his gown, standing before the congregation, and his two daughters with him, lead off with a carol, doubly their own in music and in words…. [Then] the old clerk advances, and with him two other singers, a …   more >>

cite as

James Kenward, The Plygain. In For Cambria: Themes in Verse and Prose, A.D. 1854-1868 (London, 1868), p. 263-264. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1532950893374 accessed: 27 May, 2024

location of experience: Llanymawddwy, Wales


Listening to

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Christmas carols

Experience Information

Date/Time December, the 1850's
Medium live
Listening Environment in the company of others, indoors, in public

Originally submitted by hgb3 on Mon, 30 Jul 2018 12:41:34 +0100
Approved on Mon, 30 Jul 2018 12:42:49 +0100