IS­LAND ARTISTS FEA­TURE IN NEW COM­PI­LA­TION EN­TER TO WIN A FREE COPY OF CD

For a chance to win a copy, sim­ply send us a post­card with your name, ad­dress and tele­phone num­ber by Mon­day, July 31 to: Sain Com­peition C/O Gareth Wyn Williams, Daily Post, Bryn Eirias, Abergele Road, Col­wyn Bay. LL29 8BY.

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AN­GLE­SEY – “Ynys Môn” in Welsh – has con­trib­uted vastly to the va­ri­ety and wealth of con­tem­po­rary Welsh en­ter­tain­ment, and con­tin­ues to do so to this day.

To co­in­cide with the Na­tional Eisteddfod, which will be held on the is­land, a new col­lec­tion brings to­gether the best of the is­land’s tal­ents, rang­ing in style from clas­si­cal singing to the world of pop mu­sic, and from the tra­di­tional to the in­stru­men­tal.

Sain’s archive of record­ings has sup­plied most of the tracks, but more re­cent record­ings have been in­cluded to bring the col­lec­tion bang up to date.

Soloists, duets, choirs and groups – and they all have one thing in com­mon, their in­nate love of mu­sic and singing.

Among those artists fea­tured on the new com­pi­la­tion are Ael­wyd yr Ynys, Elin Fflur, Iwan Llewe­lyn Jones, Tony ac Aloma, Côr Ieuenc­tid Môn, Ho­gia Llan­bob­man, Broc Môr and Ho­gia’r Dd­wylan.

As well as Sain’s vast archive, some of the songs have also been spe­cially recorded tor the col­lec­tion.

The 40 track “Do­niau’r Ynys, 40 o dra­ciau gan artis­ti­aid o Fôn”, is avail­able to buy now from Recor­diau Sain, priced £12.98

Tony Ac Aloma St­ef­fan Lloyd Owen

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