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Name:joan Collin
Date Added:Sunday, December 21, 2014
Subjectu.s.a. tour
Message:Are you planning a tour of the U.S.A.? If so, when and where. Thank you...

At one time, long ago, I lived in Llanwrda!

Name:John Trist
Date Added:Sunday, December 21, 2014
SubjectChristmas Message.
Message:A very Merry Christmas and a Peaceful New Year to you all at MOC and remembering all those who are no longer with us.

Name:Margretta Jones
Date Added:Saturday, December 20, 2014
SubjectAmmanford concert
Message:Last Saturday, at Ammanford School, saw the audience treated to one of the best concerts I have heard, by the Morriston Orpheus choir. It was so refreshing to see them share the stage with Lleisiau'r Cwm and the comments in the town, this week, have been that the gesture did a great deal for community spirit, in the area. More of the same please!! Cyngerdd arbennig o dda! Diolch yn fawr iawn

Date Added:Thursday, November 27, 2014
Subjectage cymru
Message:Absolutely brilliant tonight lads. True class

Name:Jan Sherley
Date Added:Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Message:From NZ heading to Wales August 2015 and keeping fingers crossed that there is a concert during my stay in UK. Missed the Australian tour that was cancelled, very sad. Have a gentleman in the choir to catch up with.

Name:Cerith Owens
Date Added:Sunday, September 21, 2014
Message:Congratulations on a superb performance last night in the WWI Gala Concert - memorable !

Name:Paul Beynon
Date Added:Saturday, September 13, 2014
SubjectYou Tube comment on Llanfair
Message:Morriston Orpheus...I've heard them all from Wales; the Land of Song, and these are without a shadow of doubt the best of the lot! Wales's Premier Male Voice Choir...superb!

Name:Barbara Baker
Date Added:Friday, August 8, 2014
Message:Hi I hope to book some tickets for a concert by the choir. I absolutely love their voices and Myfanwy sung by them is absolutely amazing . I have goose pimples every time I hear it and it makes me sad but also very relaxed. I listen to it whenever I can. Wonderful. Thank you so much for making something so beautiful.

Date Added:Sunday, August 3, 2014
SubjectSt Cadocs Church Concert
Message:I attended this concert on July 9th as part of the Caerleon Arts Festival programme,absolutly brilliant concert,makes you proud to be Welsh,please come back next year.

Date Added:Friday, July 11, 2014
SubjectSt Cadocs
Message:What a majestic evening on the 9th of July at St Cadocs Church, Caerleon. The Choir and Iona Jones were all in excellent voice and an excellent programme chosen. Congratulations to all. How about a Christmas album by the way. CS

Name:Rob Davies
Date Added:Friday, June 27, 2014
SubjectLinden Lea recording.
Message:Thanks for making the choir's early recording on a 78rpm record of "Linden Lea" available to hear. It is not dated on your site. It was released in February 1953 and reviewed by W A Chislett in the Gramophone magazine:

"The Morriston Orpheus Choir give us Hatton's When Evening's Twilight and Vaughan Williams's lovely Linden Lea (Col. DB3228). A very good but not massive toned choir and nicely pointed reading, with excellent enunciation. I should give this record full marks but for the fact that the choir has been placed a little too close to the microphone and the massed intake of breath is a little disturbing occasionally."

Name:Christopher Major
Date Added:Friday, June 27, 2014
SubjectMyfanwy You Tube video
Message:Pob anrhydedd i chi gyd, Gôr Meibion Treforys, oddi wrth Sais mewn dagrau :-). Hyfryd!!

All honour to you all, Morriston Male Voice Choir, from an Englishman in tears :-). Lovely!
Chrtistopher Major

Name:Margaret Cairns
Date Added:Sunday, June 22, 2014
SubjectCheltenham Concert
Message:I was brought up in Swansea! - so I know the reputation that the Choir deservedly enjoys; but to see and hear the amazing concert in Cheltenham Town Hall was a huge highlight.
I have always sung with a Choir - at present Cheltenham Choral Society - but to sing without music, stand perfectly, watch the conductor every note, look as if you are enjoying yourself and then to change jackets for the second half - inspirational. Of course the best bit was singing the Welsh National Anthem, in Welsh, in Cheltenham Town Hall.
Congratulations to the conductor, the accompanist, the organist, and the soloist; he's got a good future.
Again therefore, every good wish for your future, come back again soon.

Name:Huw Thomas, Dursley MVC
Date Added:Sunday, June 22, 2014
SubjectCheltenham Concert 13 June 2014
Message:Another wonderful concert which we all thoroughly enjoyed. 'Steal Away' was an absolute hit - the ability to sing so quietly and beautifully was very special and of course very difficult. We were particularly interested in your 'Fields of Athenry' which is now in our repertoire. It is a lovely arrangement. Hope we all meet again soon.

Name:Don Sherwell
Date Added:Monday, June 16, 2014
SubjectCheltenham concert
Message:My wife greatly enjoyed the recent concert in Cheltenham. The clear articulation of the choir was a highlight, and we were impressed by the skills also of the conductor and accompanists. The tenor's solo from "Les Mis" brought the house down -hope for more similar songs from him. Please next time can we have a higher proportion of musical items in English!

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