I can’t understand the Welsh lyrics, but I still find my soul stirred by this hymn. Heard it on a detective show, of all things, the other night, and I want to share.
Calo Lan means “A Pure Heart.” Sung here by the Dowlais Male Choir on St. David’s Day in Wales.
6 comments on “‘Calo Lan’ (‘A Pure Heart’)”
Love Welsh singing. Thank you.
Hear is a challenge Lee. Can I please have By Thou my vision sung in Scottish Gaelic? It is sung by Marcas MacLeòid. Thank you.
I’ll try to get that for tomorrow’s opening hymn. I’d love to hear it sung in Scottish Gaelic.
Great song, and of course I cannot understand Welsh either. My late paternal grandparents could have understood every word.
You just can’t beat a Welsh choir for singing hymns.