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David George Lloyd (6 April 1912 – 27 March 1969) was a Welsh singer. Lloyd, a tenor, was noted for being one of the first Welsh solo singers to seek a broader audience beyond Wales, in the concert halls and recording studios of England, mainland Europe, and North America. During his lifetime, Lloyd was renowned in opera, oratorio, and in recital, in particular for his performances of Verdi and Mozart. As a Welshman, however, he is remembered most for his renditions of the hymns and folk songs of his native land.
Singing is a significant part of Welsh national identity, and the country is traditionally referred to as "the land of song". This is a modern stereotype based on 19th century conceptions of Nonconformist choral music and 20th century male voice choirs, Eisteddfodau and arena singing, such as sporting events, but Wales has a history of music that has been used as a primary form of communication.
Lloyd, a tenor, was noted for being one of the first Welsh solo singers to seek a broader audience beyond Wales, in the concert halls and recording studios of England, mainland Europe, and North America. Леонард Бернстайн, Георг Фридрих Гендель, William Warfield, David Lloyd, Russell Oberlin - Messiah, HWV 56: Part I, No. 12: Recitative "There Were Shepherds Abiding in the Field" (00:20, 320Kb/s)
David Lloyd may refer to: David Lloyd (biographer) (1635–1692), author of Lloyd's Memoirs of Excellent Personages. David Lloyd (tenor) (1912–1969), British tenor. David Lloyd (writer) (1934–2009), American television writer. David Lloyd (comics) (born 1950), illustrator of the graphic novel V for Vendetta. David Lloyd (actor) (born 1955), English actor and screenwriter. David Lloyd (broadcaster), British radio broadcaster. David Lloyd (musician), singer with Uropa Lula.
David Lloyd George (1863-1945) is one of Wales best known politicians. He was born in Manchester, but raised in Llanystwmdwy, Caernarfonshire where he studied to be a solicitor before being elected to Parliament for the Caernarvon Boroughs constituency in 1890. In his early career he was a prominent figure campaigning on radical issues such as the disestablishment of the Church of England in Wales and Home Rule for Wales before being appointed to the Cabinet in several positions including President of the Board of Trade and Chancellor of the Exchequer. Over the years the Library has in fact acquired several important groups of Lloyd George's correspondence and papers and other archives relating to his life and career
David Lloyd (Welsh politician). Dr David Lloyd AM. Member of the Welsh Assembly for South Wales West. Assumed office 6 May 2016. Preceded by. Altaf Hussain. In office 6 May 1999 – 30 March 2011. David Rees "Dai" Lloyd (born 2 December 1956 in Tywyn, Gwynedd) is a Welsh politician. He was the National Assembly for Wales Member for South Wales West from 1999 until 2011, when Plaid failed to win the second seat on the regional list. He served as Shadow Finance Minister for Plaid Cymru in the National Assembly. In 2012, he unsuccessfully sought to regain his former seat in the Cockett ward on Swansea Council. He was again unsuccessful at a by-election in 2015. He is the National Assembly for Wales Member for South Wales West from May 2016.
Album · 2008 · 13 Songs. 2 Pieces for Small Orchestra. David Lloyd-Jones & Royal Scottish National Orchestra. 1. No. On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring. 2. Summer Night on the River.