Walk in faith with Ann Griffiths
Today we have the last of the three "Poets in their Landscapes," brought to us by Philip and Sheila Morris. I know these sessions have been much appreciated and eagerly awaited. It is the turn today, of Ann Griffiths
Philip tells us:
"This video tells of the life of Ann Griffiths (1776-1805) from Dolwar Fach, near Dolanog, Montgomeryshire, following the Ann Griffiths Way footpath. Ann is considered to be one of Europe's leading religious poets. This video features Ann's hymn 'Wele'n Sefyll Rhwng y Mwrtwydd', sung at the Cymanfa Treforus (BBC) 1989, and her poem 'Rhyfedd Rhyfedd gan Angylion', sung by Sian James, accompanying herself on the harp."
This is beautifully and sensitively put together by Philip and Sheila and I certainly didn't know about Ann before, but have enjoyed learning more. This is again set amidst wonderful countryside in Montgomeryshire and wonderful music and singing
Another day out for all of us and certainly made me feel I would like to explore Ann's walks. Thank you so much for this.