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Cyfansoddwr, cyfarwyddwr cerdd, beirniad a chyflwynydd radio, caiff caneuon Robat Arwyn eu perfformio’n aml ar draws Cymru a thu hwnt, gan artistiaid adnabyddus fel Syr Bryn Terfel, Rhys Meirion, Aled Jones, Shan Cothi, a llawer mwy. Mae wedi cyhoeddi unarddeg cyfrol o ganeuon a nifer o weithiau corawl, fel Atgof o’r Sêr (2001) a Hwn yw fy Mrawd (2018), ac mae dros 150 o’i ganeuon wedi cael eu recordio, gan gynnwys Anfonaf Angel a Benedictus. Composer, choral director, adjudicator and radio presenter, Robat Arwyn’s choral works and songs are much performed and recorded across Wales and beyond, by renowned artists such as Sir Bryn Terfel, Rhys Meirion, Aled Jones, The Priests, Shan Cothi, and many more. He has published eleven volumes of songs, as well as numerous individual choral pieces, and amongst his six commissions for the National Eisteddfod are Atgof o’r Sêr (2001), Er Hwylio’r Haul (2005) and Hwn yw fy Mrawd (2018), all three written specifically for Sir Bryn Terfel and supporting cast. Over 150 of his songs have been commercially recorded, and three collections of his songs have been released on CD by Sain Records. One of Robat Arwyn’s most internationally performed song is Benedictus, initally released by Rhys Meirion and Bryn Terfel in 2005, and subsequently recorded by The Priests for their 2008 classical album which reached No.1 in Ireland and Norway, as well as the Top 10 in numerous countries across Europe and beyond.