Feb 3, 2010

The Six Nations Rugby Songbook

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Essential Companion for all the Six Nations Sing-Songs

Six Nations Rugby Sing Song Book front cover

If the Six Nations tournament would be about singing the Welsh would probably win it every year. A new handy companion will be published this week with the words to all the songs that will be sung in buses, pubs and stadiums during the coming weeks. The Six Nations Rugby Songbook, published by Y Lolfa, includes all the Welsh favourites such as Hymns and Arias, Bread of Heaven and Delilah as well as songs from the other five nations such as The Fields of Athenry and Flower of Scotland. Translations are included for the Welsh language songs such as Sosban Fach, Calon Lân, Myfanwy and I Bob Un Sy’n Ffyddlon.

The bus trips, the dressing up, the socialising, the friendly banter between fans and rousing sing songs are now as much a part of the Six Nations championship as the rugby. This pocket sized book will be a godsend to any one who isn’t sure of the words and wants to join in the impromptu singing sessions and to tour organiser who wants to ensure that everyone knows the words to all the songs making sure that even if Wales don’t win the rugby as far as the singing is concerned the “land of song” will always be leading the way.

The Six Nations Rugby Song Book is available at www.ylolfa.com and bookshops around Wales for £2.95.

A list of Songs included in the book


Hen Wlad fy Nhadau, Sosban Fach, Calon Lân, Myfanwy, Cwm Rhondda, Bread of Heaven, When the Coal Comes from the Rhondda, I Bob Un Sy’n Ffyddlon, Hymns and Arias, Delilah, We’ll Keep a Welcome in the Hillside


God Save the Queen, Jerusalem, Swing Low, Abide With Me, Amazing Grace


A Soldier’s Song, Ireland’s Call, Molly Malone, Fields of Athenry, The Wild Rover, Danny Boy


The Flower of Scotland, Loch Lomond , Scotland the Brave


La Marseillaise, Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien


Inno di Mameli

Other Nations

God Defend New Zealand, The Haka, Advance Australia Fair, Waltzing Matilda, God Bless Africa

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