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How Green Was My Valley (1941) Poster

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Soundtrack Credits 

Rhyfelgyrch Gwyr Harlech
(uncredited)
(Men of Harlech)
Traditional Welsh folk song
Played and Sung during the opening credits
Guide Me, O Thou Great Redeemer
Music by John Hughes
Lyrics by William Williams
Sung a cappella by men coming home from the mines
Later played at Angharad's wedding procession
Calon Lan
(uncredited)
Music by John Hughes
Welsh lyrics by Daniel James (aka Gwyrosydd)
Sung a cappella at the wedding of Ivor and Bronwyn
Llwyn Onn
(uncredited)
Traditional Welsh folk song
Sung by townsmen for the wedding procession out of church
Hob I Deri Dando
(uncredited)
Traditional Welsh folk song
New Welsh lyrics by Tudor Williams
Sung by guests as the wedding cake is brought out
Peter O'Pea
(uncredited)
Traditional Irish folk song sung by Donald Crisp
Mochyn Du
(uncredited)
("Black Pig")
Traditional Welsh folk song sung by the guests
Mentra Gwen
(uncredited)
Traditional Welsh folk song serenading mother to get well
Myfanwy-Arabella
(uncredited)
Music by Joseph Parry
Welsh lyrics by Mynyddag
Townfolks serenating mother at door
God Save the Queen
(1744) (uncredited)
Music and lyrics by Henry Carey
Sung by the townsmen for the royal invitation
The Sixpence
(uncredited)
Composer undetermined
Played in some scenes with Mr. Gruffydd and Angharad
Penpark
(uncredited)
Music by J.T. Rees
Welsh lyrics by Charles Wesley
Arranged by Tudor Williams
Hymm Sung in Church
Bryn Calfaria
(uncredited)
Music by William Owen
Welsh lyrics by William Williams
Sung by men walking to mine
Llef
(1890) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by G.H. Arfon (aka Griffith Hugh Jones)
Hymn Sung by all at the meeting
I Saw a Tiny Streamlet
(uncredited)
Music by Owain Alaw (aka John Owen)

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