|Short Name:||John Hughes|
|Full Name:||Hughes, John, 1873-1932|
John Hughes (b. Dowlais, Glamorganshire, Wales, 1873; d. Llantwit Fardre, Wales, 1932) received little formal education; at age twelve he was already working as a doorboy at a local mining company in Llantwit Fardre. He eventually became an official in the traffic department of the Great Western Railway. Much of his energy was devoted to the Salem Baptist Church in Pontypridd, where he served as both deacon and precentor. Hughes composed two anthems, a number of Sunday school marches, and a few hymn tunes, of which CWM RHONDDA is universally known, the tune was composed in 1905 Baptist Cymanfa Ganu (song festival) in Capel Rhondda, Pontypridd, Wales.
|Texts by John Hughes (1)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|Bydd, bydd, Rhyw ganu peraidd iawn ryw ddydd||Parch John Hughes, Pontrobert (A Chasgliad)||Welsh||1|