Stwff Cymraeg

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Leader : JPfineUK
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Créé le : 12 août 2006
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Mae pawb yn caru cerddoriaeth Cymraeg!
Everyone loves Welsh language music!

Mae cerdd Cymru wastad wedi bod fywiog ac arloesol. Yn anffodus, dim ond nifer fach o bobl ddeallus iawn a hardd yn gwybod amdano. Dyma glwb ar gyfer pobl deallus a hardd.

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  • JPfineUK

    Hi bertrand-escaff. I would suggest that is probably the best place to start. Good luck and let us know if we can help at all :)

    19 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • bertrand-escaff

    Hi ! Please where the better site online for learning Welsh and others ? See you, greetings

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • best-of-breizh

    Deuet mat oc'h "brezhoneg" * ~ ~ * Croeso i "brezhoneg" * ~ ~ * Fáilte go "brezhoneg" * ~ ~ * Fàilte gu "brezhoneg" * ~ ~ * Failt erriu gys "brezhoneg" * ~ ~ * "brezhoneg" a'gas dynnergh

    22 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • WenglishBloke

    Agreed, not every one will tag artists appropriately and as detailed as others and it is often the case with any artist that their genres can be hard to distinguish and therefore broader tags such as 'indie' or 'alternative' tend to be used, I tend to fall in to this category of tagger. As for Elin Fflur, I've tagged her with 'pop,'welsh' and 'cymraeg' - again I try to use broad tags, other may use 'female vocalist' and any tags that may be more specific.

    29 mai 2011 Répondre
  • meredith999

    Yes, probably you're right, but sometimes there are no other tags except for those I've already mentioned and some even more ambigious like indie, female vocalists or singer-songwriter. But ok, let's hope that it works! Welsh music relly deserves to be wider recognisable and if it gets so, there'll be more people to think of more suitable tags ;) (BTW, how would you tag Elin Fflur, for example?)

    11 mai 2011 Répondre
  • WenglishBloke

    @meredith999 You'll find that most try to tag Welsh artists with the 'Cymraeg', 'Welsh', 'Wales' or 'Cymru' tag in conjunction with an other tag(s) to suit the particular artists genre, I try to do this anyway. Most will agree (I hope!) that these tags are popular as a means of promoting artists from this country as well as the language in itself. Pob hwyl!

    10 mai 2011 Répondre
  • meredith999

    The worst thing about the "Welsh" Welsh bands here is that they seem to belong to no particular musical genre- they all are tagged as "welsh", "cymru", "cymraeg" or "cymru aka welsh". Shame, really.

    15 avr. 2011 Répondre
  • brat_awokado

    DwI* :)

    4 fév. 2011 Répondre
  • brat_awokado

    DaveDwl, dw i'n eich caru chi.

    4 fév. 2011 Répondre
  • DaveDwI

    Datblygu, Anhrefn, U Thant, Pep Le Pew, MC Mabon, SFA, Ffa Coffi Pawb, Cate Le Bon, Plant Duw, Threatmantics, Race Horses, Tystion, Y Diwygiad, Genod Droog, Cofi Bach A Tew Shady, Saizmundo, LL LL, Gorky's, Euros, Richard James, Infinity Chimps, Gai Toms, Mim Twm Llai, Lo-Cut A Sleifar, Eitha Tal Ffranco, Gruff Rhys, Meilir, Meic Dtevens, Sybridion, Melys, Mr. Huw, Texas Radio Band, Radio Luxembourg, Rheinallt R. Rowlands, Ectogram, Fflaps, Y Cyrff, Y Ffyrc, Geraint Jarman, 9Bach. Y rhestr yn ddiddiwedd, Ewch Cymru............

    30 jan. 2011 Répondre
  • szalard

    Elin Fflur, Meinir Gwilym and Bryn Fon are my favourites. And I almost forgot: Carreg Lafar. But I think that the fact that I cannot find Welsh music in my country (I am Hungarian, living in Transylvania, that is today in Romania) is responsible of having only so few Welsh favourites. I heard some music from the Welsh Choirs too, they are marvelous! I hope that Welsh music will be available in my country too (to buy it from the net is too expensive for me), and maibe someday in a university of my country somebody will be thinking to open a Welsh department too, cause I want to learn the language, and more about the culture.

    16 jan. 2011 Répondre
  • JPfineUK

    There is plenty of great Welsh music out there, Kamros, and it will definitely help your learning to seek it out! On an unrelated note, i'm not sure welsh speakers take all that kindly to being called elves :p

    28 oct. 2010 Répondre
  • RafaelSky

    Manx, Cornish and Welsh Folk.,+Cornish+and+Welsh+Folk

    13 oct. 2010 Répondre
  • DafyddapLlwyd

    ep newydd ar iTUnees....gweler

    10 août 2010 Répondre

    Have a listen to Heal The Last Stand from North Wales, blissful harmonies and just really nice tunes.

    16 avr. 2010 Répondre
  • JPfineUK

    Duly noted faulknerXXrocks :) Diolch yn fawr iawn

    15 fév. 2010 Répondre
  • venividivicious

    Os chi'n hoff o roc efo jyst mymryn o punk, gwrandewch i'r Wyrligigs. |

    30 jan. 2010 Répondre
  • DafyddapLlwyd

    Check out for Sian Lloyd's debut single on the Oxjam Caerdydd album!

    26 sept. 2009 Répondre
  • afrodude99

    Gruff Rhys! : ) C-A-N-D-Y-L-I-O-N!!!!

    26 juin 2009 Répondre
  • Welshgirl32

    Meinir Gwilym! : )

    9 mai 2009 Répondre
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