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::from "In Passing", Brian Harris, 1967.  
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*[[Coming Home]]
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*[[Eisteddfod]]
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*[[Life and Traditions in Rural Wales]]
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*[[Life and Traditions in Rural Wales]]  
*[[Mari Lwyd]]
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*[[Wales Cywydd|Cywydd]]
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*[[Wales National Anthem|The National Anthem]]
 
*[[Wales National Anthem|The National Anthem]]
  
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To be born in Wales,
Not with a silver spoon in your mouth,
But, with music in your blood
And with poetry in your soul,
Is a privilege indeed.
from "In Passing", Brian Harris, 1967.