|Y Gath a'r Golomen Ref: adlais115|
| The first movement, 'Animato', introduces the two characters, the persuasive cat trying to attract the pigeon's attention; but the clever bird escapes the cat's claws, and flies away. 'Portrayal' or 'Characterisation' is perhaps the best translation of the title of the second movement, and the different aspects include 'yn flin' (cross), 'styfnigrwydd' (determination), 'hiwmor' (humour), 'meddyliol' (wistfully) and 'tristwch' (sadness). In the final 'Scherzo', the cat prepares to pounce again, and the piece ends as the bird disappears in a final flurry of feathers
The first performance of 'Y Gath a'r Golomen' was given by Nicola Phillips (Flute) and Deian Siôn Rowlands at the National Eisteddfod of Wales, Newport and District, on Saturday 31 July 2004, immediately following the ceremony during which Owain Llwyd was invested with the Tlws y Cerddor (Composer's Medal).