Yng Ngheredigion

An exploration of landscape and place through music, film, and stories, originating from the west Wales landscape.

Yng Ngheredigion

About Yng Ngheredigion

An exploration of landscape and place through music, film, stories, experience and discourse, originating from the west Wales landscape and culture of Ceredigion. Featuring new compositions, traditional tunes and sound collages by Angharad Davies, Burd Ellen, Rafe Fitzpatrick, Sharron Kraus and Stevie Jones (Sound of Yell), accompanied by film and stories. Yng Ngheredigion is an exploration of place; how it influences us, how we influence it, how we experience it and how local, specific and universal it can be.

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