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Ar Hyd Y Nos 2 - 11 mixes

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    Ar Hyd Y Nos 2669/5 Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    Folk lullaby 'All Through the Night' sung by Welsh male choir with harp
    2:45
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66905
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidAr Hyd Y Nos is one of the most widely known and best loved Welsh folk songs. The tune was first recorded in the Musical Relics Of The Welsh Bards (c. 1784). In English, this song is often set as a lullaby to words by Harold Boulton (as it is here).
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    Ar Hyd Y Nos 2 2669/33 Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    Folk lullaby 'All Through the Night' sung by Welsh male choir. No solo
    2:45
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66933
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidAr Hyd Y Nos is one of the most widely known and best loved Welsh folk songs. The tune was first recorded in the Musical Relics Of The Welsh Bards (c. 1784). In English, this song is often set as a lullaby to words by Harold Boulton (as it is here).
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    Ar Hyd Y Nos 3 2669/34 Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    Folk lullaby 'All Through the Night' sung by Welsh male choir. No harp
    2:46
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66934
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidAr Hyd Y Nos is one of the most widely known and best loved Welsh folk songs. The tune was first recorded in the Musical Relics Of The Welsh Bards (c. 1784). In English, this song is often set as a lullaby to words by Harold Boulton (as it is here).
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    Ar Hyd Y Nos 4 2669/35 Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    'All Through the Night' sung by Welsh male choir. No harp or solo
    2:45
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66935
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidAr Hyd Y Nos is one of the most widely known and best loved Welsh folk songs. The tune was first recorded in the Musical Relics Of The Welsh Bards (c. 1784). In English, this song is often set as a lullaby to words by Harold Boulton (as it is here).
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    Ar Hyd Y Nos 5 2669/36 Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    Solo harp rendition of 'All Through the Night' with edit gaps
    2:12
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66936
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidAr Hyd Y Nos is one of the most widely known and best loved Welsh folk songs. The tune was first recorded in the Musical Relics Of The Welsh Bards (c. 1784). In English, this song is often set as a lullaby to words by Harold Boulton (as it is here).
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    Ar Hyd Y Nos 6 2669/37 Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    'All Through the Night' sung by Welsh male voice choir with harp. No gaps
    2:34
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66937
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidAr Hyd Y Nos is one of the most widely known and best loved Welsh folk songs. The tune was first recorded in the Musical Relics Of The Welsh Bards (c. 1784). In English, this song is often set as a lullaby to words by Harold Boulton (as it is here).
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    Ar Hyd Y Nos 7 2669/38 Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    'All Through the Night' sung by Welsh male voice choir. No gaps or harp
    2:36
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66938
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidAr Hyd Y Nos is one of the most widely known and best loved Welsh folk songs. The tune was first recorded in the Musical Relics Of The Welsh Bards (c. 1784). In English, this song is often set as a lullaby to words by Harold Boulton (as it is here).
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    Ar Hyd Y Nos 8 2669/39 Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    'All Through the Night' sung by Welsh male voice choir with solo. No gaps
    2:36
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66939
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidAr Hyd Y Nos is one of the most widely known and best loved Welsh folk songs. The tune was first recorded in the Musical Relics Of The Welsh Bards (c. 1784). In English, this song is often set as a lullaby to words by Harold Boulton (as it is here).
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    Ar Hyd Y Nos 9 (60) 2669/40 Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    Folk lullaby 'All Through the Night' sung by Welsh male voice choir. No harp
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66940
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidAr Hyd Y Nos is one of the most widely known and best loved Welsh folk songs. The tune was first recorded in the Musical Relics Of The Welsh Bards (c. 1784). In English, this song is often set as a lullaby to words by Harold Boulton (as it is here).
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    Ar Hyd Y Nos 10 2669/41 Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    Folk lullaby 'All Through the Night'. Hummed, Welsh male voice choir mix
    0:24
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66941
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidAr Hyd Y Nos is one of the most widely known and best loved Welsh folk songs. The tune was first recorded in the Musical Relics Of The Welsh Bards (c. 1784). In English, this song is often set as a lullaby to words by Harold Boulton (as it is here).
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    Ar Hyd Y Nos 11 (Sting) 2669/42 Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    ''All Through the Night'' Welsh male voice choir ident sting
    0:15
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-16-66942
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2016
    FactoidAr Hyd Y Nos is one of the most widely known and best loved Welsh folk songs. The tune was first recorded in the Musical Relics Of The Welsh Bards (c. 1784). In English, this song is often set as a lullaby to words by Harold Boulton (as it is here).
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    All Through The Night 1484/2 2 mixes Arr. Jonathan Girling (PRS)
    Traditional Welsh folk song arranged for brass ensemble (with reverb)
    0:44
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    Ash Grove 2669/6 9 mixes Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    Traditional folk ballad sung by Welsh male choir with harp accompaniment
    2:48
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    David Of The White Rock 2669/8 8 mixes Arr. James Brett (PRS/BMI) | Adrian Brett (PRS)
    Sombre traditional Welsh air & folk song sung by a male choir with harp
    2:23
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