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    Marged Jones
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Name: Nansi Richards Jones Pseudonym: Telynores Maldwyn Date of birth: 1888 Date of death: 1979 Spouse: Cecil Maurice Jones Parent: Ann Richards (née Evans) Parent: Thomas Richards Gender: Female Occupation: harpist Area of activity: Music Author: Nia Gwyn Evans.

Name: Nansi Richards Jones Pseudonym: Telynores Maldwyn Date of birth: 1888 Date of death: 1979 Spouse: Cecil Maurice Jones Parent: Ann Richards (née Evans) Parent: Thomas Richards Gender: Female Occupation: harpist Area of activity: Music Author: Nia Gwyn Evans. Nansi Richards was born on 14 May 1888 at Penybont Farm, Pen-y-bont-fawr, Montgomeryshire.

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Nansi Richards Jones was a Welsh harpist, sometimes known as the "Queen of the Harp" or by her bardic name "Telynores Maldwyn". The Glyndŵr Award is made for an outstanding contribution to the arts in Wales. It is given by the Machynlleth Tabernacle Trust to pre-eminent figures in music, art and literature in rotation.

Known publicly as ‘Telynores Maldwyn’ (The Harpist of Montgomery), Nansi Richards here performs a selection of her country’s traditional music, some of her own compositiosn, and works by other composers, most of them played on the Triple Harp ~ ‘Y Delyn Deires’. Celfyddyd Telynores Maldwyn: The Art of Nansi Richards SAIN, Decca DCRC 331, 1987. Posted by ceolachan 13 years ago. Nansi Richards - Telynores Maldwyn ~ something of her story. ISBN: 9780860741282 (0860741281) Publication Date May 1996 Publisher: Gwasg Gwynedd.

Harpist/Telynores Catrin Morris Jones. Professional harpist & harp teacher.

Nansi Richards Jones (14 May 1888 – 21 December 1979) was a Welsh harpist, sometimes known as the "Queen of the Harp" or by her bardic name "Telynores Maldwyn". Jane Ann "Nansi" Richards was born at Pen-y-bont-fawr, Oswestry. An expert on both the triple and pedal harps, she always maintained that the greatest influences on her life were her father Thomas Richards, the Kale (Welsh Romanies) who stayed on their farm, and Tom Lloyd (Telynor Ceiriog, 1848-1917), who taught her to play the harp.

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Nancy E. Jones is Vice President-Clinical Development at Neuren Pharmaceuticals Ltd. She received a doctorate from the University of California, Los Angeles. Current positions of Nancy E. Jones. Vice President-Clinical Development.

Roland Ramanan: trumpet, conduction Alex Ward: clarinet Ian Smith: trumpet Simon Rose: alto sax Ricardo Tejero: tenor sax Robert Jarvis: trombone Tony Marsh: drums Javier Carmona: drums Marcio Mattos: cello Dominic Lash: bass

Roland Ramanan: trumpet, conduction Alex Ward: clarinet Ian Smith: trumpet Simon Rose: alto sax Ricardo Tejero: tenor sax Robert Jarvis: trombone Tony Marsh: drums Javier Carmona: drums Marcio Mattos: cello Dominic Lash: bass.