Gabriel Clemens und Max Hopp haben beim World Cup of Darts das Halbfinale klar verloren, gegen Wales setzte es eine Niederlage. WALESWelsh Open. Finale. Wilson K. (Eng). Murphy S. (Eng). 1. 9. Halbfinale. Yan B. (Chn). Murphy S. (Eng). 5. 6. Wilson K. (Eng). O'Sullivan R. Der Schmerz über die verpasste Überraschung ist groß bei Wales. Trainer Chris Coleman fallen die tröstenden Worte schwer - doch er sieht.
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Support for the Arts. The traditional importance of music and poetry has encouraged a general appreciation of and support for all of the arts.
There is strong public support throughout Wales for the arts, which are considered important to the national culture.
Financial support is derived from both the private and public sectors. The Welsh Arts Council provides government assistance for literature, art, music, and theater.
The council also organizes tours of foreign performance groups in Wales and provides grants to writers for both English- and Welsh-language publications.
Literature and poetry occupy an important position in Wales for historical and linguistic reasons. Welsh culture was based on an oral tradition of legends, myths, and folktales passed down from generation to generation.
The most famous early bardic poets, Taliesin and Aneirin, wrote epic poems about Welsh events and legends around the seventh century. Increasing literacy in the eighteenth century and the concern of Welsh intellectuals for the preservation of the language and culture gave birth to modern written Welsh literature.
As industrialization and Anglicization began to threaten traditional Welsh culture, efforts were made to promote the language, preserve Welsh poetry, and encourage Welsh writers.
Dylan Thomas, however, the best known twentieth century Welsh poet, wrote in English. Literary festivals and competitions help keep this tradition alive, as does the continued promotion of Welsh, the Celtic language with the largest number of speakers today.
Nevertheless, the influence of other cultures combined with the ease of communication through mass media, from both inside the United Kingdom and from other parts of the world, continually undermine efforts to preserve a purely Welsh form of literature.
Performance Arts. Singing is the most important of the performance arts in Wales and has its roots in ancient traditions.
Music was both entertainment and a means for telling stories. Wales is famous for its all-male choirs, which have evolved from the religious choral tradition.
Traditional instruments, such as the harp, are still widely played and since the Welsh Folk Song Society has preserved, collected, and published traditional songs.
The Welsh Theater Company is critically acclaimed and Wales has produced many internationally famous actors.
Until the last part of the twentieth century, limited professional and economic opportunities caused many Welsh scientists, scholars, and researchers to leave Wales.
A changing economy and the investment of multinationals specializing in high technology are encouraging more people to remain in Wales and find work in the private sector.
Research in the social and physical sciences is also supported by Welsh universities and colleges. Curtis, Tony.
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Jones, Gareth Elwyn. Williams, Glyn. Alternative Name Cymru, the nation; Cymry, the people; Cymraeg, the language.
History and Ethnic Relations Emergence of the Nation. Urbanism, Architecture, and the Use of Space The development of Welsh cities and towns did not begin until industrialization in the late s.
Food and Economy Food in Daily Life. Political Life Government. Social Welfare and Change Programs Health and social services fall under the administration and responsibility of the secretary of state for Wales.
Socialization Child Rearing and Education. Religion Religious Beliefs. Secular Celebrations During the nineteenth century, Welsh intellectuals began to promote the national culture and traditions, initiating a revival of Welsh folk culture.
The Arts and Humanities Support for the Arts. The State of Physical and Social Sciences Until the last part of the twentieth century, limited professional and economic opportunities caused many Welsh scientists, scholars, and researchers to leave Wales.
Bibliography Curtis, Tony. Davies, William Watkin. Wales, Rees, David Ben. User Contributions: 1. This is very helpful considering I am part Welsh, and I have never been to Wales, this makes me want to go there even more than I wanted to before.
Thank you. Thank you to all who have contributed to this site, it was a wonderful help for the paper I am righting for class.
Thanks to everyone who made this site possible, it was very helpful in a school project. I am half Welsh as my mom's paternal grandparents and maternal great-grandparents came from the country of Wales.
I am proud to be Welsh. Living in the W. I have not had the opportunity to learn much about the home country and found this article very informative.
I did know about the Eisteddfod as one of my great-great grandfather's directed some of the Welsh choirs or I should say choirs in the state of Iowa.
With Genealogy being my hobby, I look forward to learning more about the Home Country. Also, I hope to some year be able to visit the country but seeing as how I'm in my early 60's it remains to be seen if I get over there.
Thank you for an informative and interesting article. A very informative article that made me appreciate my home just that bit more!
Maybe afew more recent pictures of our beautiful countryside and beaches and castles etc! I have welsh culture in my university studies and I find it very interesting, I loved it.
Thanks for all these important informations. I was wondering if I could find out the names of the people that wrote this article, because my teacher wants me to have the primary source of articles.
Very informative and interesting article. The matter of the national flag is quite interesting - one belief is that the red dragon was the standard of Magnus Maximus, a spanish general loyal to Rome, charged with responsibility for maintaining the Roman Empire's presence in Wales when the Romans themselves were called home to defend their city against the invading Huns, Goths and Vandals.
Certainly no-one is any doubt about Henry VII's edict to make it the national flag but there seems to be no real evidence to suggest that it was in the manner that it is today.
Welsh soldiers in the First World War would use it to identify themselves and it seems to have taken off more afterwards, with it officially being designated the national flag in the 's.
From then it became the widely recognised emblem it is today. There is nor truth in the rumour that a white dragon and a red dragon fought on Snowdon and the red dragon was victorious or is there!!!
Many people, myyself included, would like to see the national flag changed from the red dragon to the gold cross on a black backgound - the banner of St.
It's interesting that this symbol is being used more and more frequently throughout the nation today. Thanks a lot for the website.
I've been looking for such informationthe but all the time I have diffuculty of finding all the information in one site. Ithelped me very much in teaching students.
That was very factual. It helped me understand where my grandfather came from and how he grew up. It helps me understand why I ended up in Alaska in a small fishing village.
Thank you for the history and walking down memeory lane. Hi,i find this country very interesting,my ancestors are from Wales. Would love to learn more.
I am welsh, born in Thunder Bay Ontario. This is where my perents migrated to in s. I was pleased to discover all the fact about Wales.
I hope to visit and explore in the near future. I am of Welsh desent. My ancesters came from Wales. They were concidered Rebels and were hunted down by the English king, that my real family surname was changed to protect themselves against pursecution and our names were taken from the Bible, like Cainan, that is my family name, I think that there were about 12 or more families who changed their surnames.
The children who were old enough to remember were told to never say their old surnames ever! And to this day, no one knows what the surnames were.
My grandfather still has the family bible that goes back more than years with the Cainan name. Rick W. One day I hope to visit Wales and look up some cousins.
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