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Richards, Henry Brinley [pseud. Carl Luini]locked

  • Anne Pimlott Baker


Richards, Henry Brinley [pseud. Carl Luini] (1819–1885), pianist and composer, was born on 13 November 1819 at Carmarthen, the son of Henry Brinley Richards, organist of St Peter's Church, Carmarthen, and keeper of a music shop, and his wife, Elizabeth. He intended to become a doctor, but abandoned medicine after winning a prize for composition at the ...

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