Brinley Richards (13 April 1904 – 18 September 1981) was a Welsh language poet and author, who was Archdruid of the National Eisteddfod of Wales from 1972 to 1975.Richards was born in Cwm Llynfi, Glamorgan in South Wales, and was named after the musician and composer Henry Brinley Richards (1819-1885). He attended Maesteg Grammar School and spent a year at Cardiff University. He lived on Church Street in Maesteg, a few doors above Bethel English Baptist Chapel, and had a legal practice there for most of his later years.At the Llanrwst Eisteddfod of 1951, he won the chair, qualifying him to become Archdruid in due course. His bardic name as Archdruid was Brinli.His collected poems, Cerddi'r Dyffryn, were published in 1967.
Titre uniforme : Richards, Brinley (1817-1885). Compositeur. [Marie. Op. 60]
Titre uniforme : Richards, Brinley (1817-1885). Compositeur. [Alexandra. Op. 81]
Titre uniforme : Offenbach, Jacques (1819-1880). Compositeur. [La grande-duchesse de Gérolstein]
with English words by Sir Walter Scott, Mrs. Hermans, John Oxenford, Walter Maynard, Miss Hayes, &c. and Welsh words by Ceiriog Hughes ; with new symphonies a. arrangements by Brinley Richards
Incluye la letra en la cabecera; "Supplement published with "Bow bells", January 1885"
Portada litografiada; Fecha de publicación basada el La edición musical española hasta 1936, 1995
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