Llio Rhydderch

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EnlliEnlli Ref: A0064
Llio Rhydderch
In reviews of Llio’s previous two CDs, and in a feature about her in fRoots 189, I’ve probably used up most of the laudatory superlatives in the thesaurus. It’s impossible to overstate the importance of this triple harpist from the island of Ynys Môn (Anglesey) in Welsh, indeed in British music. And the music keeps pouring out of her. While the previous releases consisted of her rich variations on traditional melodies, this time the melodic shapes that have been storing up in her head and hands over a lifetime, break free in their own right; most of this album consists of her own compositions. They’re classics, and it’s a masterpiece.
Andrew Cronshaw, fROOTS No.236 December 2002
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TelynTelyn Ref: A0065
Llio Rhydderch
"Telyn" has made a huge impression in world traditional music."Brilliant Harp Wizardry" Derek Bell, The Chieftains.
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MelangellMelangell Ref: A0066
Llio Rhydderch
"Melangell is without doubt the best recording of harp music since Nansi Richards. This is traditional music at it's best. Beautifully arranged and played with all the skill, flair and sensitivity that the triple harp demands. Llio Rhydderch is truly a master musician. Stunning"
Danny Saunders in The Living Tradition Issue 41 January/February 2001.
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GwenllianGwenllian Ref: A0108
Llio Rhydderch
Performed and composed by Llio the music was inspired by the Princess Gwenllian, daughter of the last native Prince of Wales. Llwelyn ap Gruffydd and Eleanor de Montfort, his wife. Gwenllian was born in 1282 at Abergwyngrgyn on the shore of the Menai Straits. At the command of Edward I she was taken as a baby to the Gilbertine Priory of Semprinhgam in Linconshire where she remained until her death in 1337.
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