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The Voices Recordings


About this interview
Choir members Members of a choir in Llandudno Junction, Conwy, recall their experiences of growing up and going to school.

Interviewees:
David Thomas Williams, Aled Lloyd Morris, Trystan Lewis, Robert William Owen, John Hughes,

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Relationship of interviewees: Members of the same choir

Where: Llandudno Junction, Conwy

Language of interview: Welsh
About this interview
Voice clip 1
The group joke about two of the men's memories of physical education at school. The conversation ends with the men talking about the clothes which were (apparently) worn.



More clips from this interview

Aled Lloyd Morris
The youngest member talks about the unique vocabulary the local youth choir has created.

Robert William Owen
The members of the choir joke about doing physical education at school, and the kit worn to do it.
Interview's notes

Long description of interview: All the men belong to the same choir and are obviously comfortable in each other's company. All contribute enthusiastically to the discussion, and are keen to recollect personal experiences and collective memories of the choir. amd joke about each other's experiences.

Recorded by: Ceri Elen, Radio Cymru

   

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