Wales prides itself on the depth of its singing talent, and nowhere has this been more true than in the wealth of boy trebles produced over the past fifty years. From the 50s through the golden days of Aled Jones to the present day this CD is testimony to the enormous contribution of Welsh boy singers over the years. Outside Wales, the treble voice is mostly associated with church choirs, but although that is also partly true in Wales it is the Eisteddfod which gives these young singers the best platform to develop their talents. And as Aled Jones readily testifies the Eisteddfod stage allows the young singer to perform in front of audiences large and small. The voice of a boy treble has naturally a limited span and there has been a constant demand for a digital compilation of this kind for some years and it is Sain's pleasure to respond to this demand by bringing this wealth of talent to the attention of the world.