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Duets by
Aled Edwards & Eleri Owen Edwards

Aled and Eleri Edwards

Their new CD “Dau fel ni” is available now. £12.95 incl. p&p.

Dau Fel Ni (Two Like Us)

The well known couple, Aled and Eleri Edwards of Cilycwm, Llandovery, have been busy over the past few months preparing and recording a CD.

They are accomplished soloists in their own right, but have, for the first time, decided to combine their musical talents for this CD of duets. The 15 tracks on the CD will appeal to all listeners, spanning most musical eras and many genres, from classical to contemporary. It features five languages, but mostly in Welsh and English.

Aled and Eleri are in regular demand throughout Wales and beyond as soloists, and have been fortunate to travel extensively to sing, particularly in Europe and North America. They are also very supportive of the local area, and have regularly helped in raising funds for local charities, churches and chapels.

The CD also features a special guest appearance of their very good friend and local media personality, the soprano Shân Cothi.

The CD will be available soon at Welsh shops throughout Wales. Also locally at Cegin y Porthmyn, Craft Centre, Llandovery, and IgamOgam, Llandeilo.

Credit & Debit Cards accepted


Tracks Notes

  1. O Dduw Ein Tad (Plaisir d’Amour)

    JPA Martini, RJ Davies. (Trefn. Meirion Wynn Jones)

    Eleri’s late father’s favourite hymn.

  2. My Luve is like a Red, Red Rose

    Jeff Howard, Robert Burns.

    A lovely, original setting of Burns’ famous poem.

  3. Rhamant Dau

    Michael J Lewis, Eluned Phillips. (Trefn. Jeff Howard)

    A love song to the words of the first female winner of the National Eisteddfodic Crown, Eluned Phillips.

  4. Panis Angelicus

    Cezar Frank.

    The famous sacred song.

  5. Mae’n Wir

    Brian Hughes, W Rhys Nicholas.

    “Tis True” - A Christmas Carol composed by Eleri’s vocal coach, J Brian Hughes.

  6. Ar Lan y Môr

    Tradd. (Trefn. Meirion Wynn Jones)

    “Beside the Sea” - A haunting new arrangement of this popular folk song.

  7. The Spider and the Fly

    Seymour Smith, G Hubi Newcombe.

    This Victorian humorous duet is a big concert favourite.

  8. Soave sia il vento

    Cosi Fan Tutte - WA Mozart, La Ponte.

    The sublime operatic Trio which gave us the perfect opportunity to invite along Shân Cothi, our good friend.

  9. O Llefara Addfwyn Iesu

    Robat Arwyn, William Williams.

    A contemporary arrangement of the hymn, written by William Williams, the most famous Welsh hymnist.

  10. True Love

    Michael J Lewis, Eluned Phillips. (Trefn. Jeff Howard)

    The same composer and poet as Rhamant Dau but this time in English.

  11. Dim Ond Ti (Only You - Yazoo)

    Vince Clark, Cyf. Tudur Dylan Jones. (Trefn. Jeff Howard)

    a sound track of our youth, originally made famous by Yazoo and the Flying Pickets.

  12. Barcarolle

    “Les Contes d’Hoffmann” – Jacques Offenbach, Jules Barbier.

    “Beautiful night, oh night of love” – the opera’s most famous melody.

  13. I’ll Walk Beside You

    Allan Murray, Edward Lockton (Arr. David Jenkins)

    A sentimental love song, popular during the second World War.

  14. Cariad Cyntaf

    Tradd. (Trefn. Brian Hughes)

    “First Love” – a powerful arrangement of this folk song.

  15. Dau Fel Ni

    Ruth Lloyd Owen. (Trefn. Jeff Howard)

    “Two Like Us” - Our sister in law, Ruth, wrote us a humorous duet on the different dialects of North and South Wales.

Shân Cothi
Guest Soprano Shân Cothi


  • Piano – Jeff Howard
  • Cello – Beatrice Newman
  • Viola – Bernard J Kane
  • Violin 1 – Christiana Mauron
  • Violin 2 – Rachael Elliot
  • Studio – Acapela
  • Sound Engineer & Mixed – Hywel Wigley
  • Sound Assistant – Luca Gribaudo
  • Musical Director & Arranger – Jeff Howard
  • Producers – Aled, Eleri, Jeff.
  • Photography – Ceri Llwyd
  • Design – Escape To Design
  • P.R. – LR-PR

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