pennillion

pennillion

(pɪˈnɪlɪən)
n
(Music, other) a variant spelling of penillion
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Math draddodiadol o gerddoriaeth sy'n unigryw i Gymru yw Cerdd Dant neu canu pennillion.
"No-one else could do pennillion [verse] singing and the rest of Europe must be crying out for a male voice choir.
Or the cultural traditions of the Eisteddfod, poetry, "pennillion" singing, our male voice choirs, harp playing, St David's Day, or our passion for rugby?
Mind you, James Walker's Fantasia came pretty close, as did Howard Blake's equally attractive, though decidedly un-Fr ench, Pennillion.
Welsh can be heard spoken among 40 other languages, with the harp and the pennillion on equal terms with all the other instruments and harmonies.
Oes unrhyw reswm mewn gwahardd i bobl cyffredin ein cenedl glywed, dysgu a mwynhau y pennillion? Ai rhywbeth i'r ysgolheigion yn unig ydynt?