Bevan, Llewelyn 24.nov.1887-15.jun.1943 Wales Glamorgan, Penrhiwceiber - England, Bath
organist, pianist, ARCO, ARCM, LRAM, born at Bethesda Cottage, studied with Harry Evans and David Vaughan-Thomas, 1910 as musician and teacher of music residing with his parents at 25 Promenade in Swansea, 1915-1919 musical director for YMCA, teacher for the Lecture League, 1934 organist to the League of Nations Union in London, 1934 conductor of the London Welsh Male Choir and the West Ham Choral Society, gave recitals in London, 1934-1936 residing at 213 and 68 Ham Park Road Forest Gate in London West Ham, at time of death residing at 3 Larkhall Place in Bath ; son of insurance agent John Bevan (Llangadog 1858-) and Margaret Hardin (Dowlais 1854-)

Title Parts

[] 2 Morceaux de salon. Piano
pub E. Donajowski, London 1908
[] 1 - Chansonnette
[] 2 - Allegretto
[] Crossing the bar
words Tennyson
pub Novello & Co., London 1913

[] God's gift. Song
words J. M. Wignall
pub, Kibble & Co., London 1916

[] I'll wait for you at eventide. Song
words Conrad Davis
pub Cary & Co., London 1920

[] Loves waking morn. Song
words A. G. Prys-Jones
pub Cary & Co., London 1922

[] At Twenty. 1922
[] Honeysuckle land. 1922
[] Fierce raged the tempest (Cynhyrfai'r storm). Choir and organ or piano
pub Bach & Co.

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