Past Images of the Month - December 2017

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God bless the Prince of Wales. London, [1862].  Brinley Richards's best known composition, this was publicly premiered by the distinguished tenor Sims Reeves at a Miscellaneous Concert given by the Band of the St George's Rifle Volunteers at St James's Hall on 14 January 1863. Julius Benedict conducted the choir of the Vocal Association, while the composer and Wilhelm Ganz provided the 4-hand piano accompaniment. Grand Variations on the National Air Rule Britannia, Op.4. London, [1841].  Inscribed by the composer H.B.R. to his Friend A. Wheeler July 1st 1841. Danish Air, Den tapre Landsoldat.  London, [1841]. The Reventlow Polka. London, [1849]. In Memoriam His Royal Highness the Prince Consort. Elegy for the Pianoforte. London, [1862]. The Albert Edward March. London, [1862]. Gold Bless the Prince of Wales. London, [1863]. The composer's piano solo arrangement, published to celebrate the Prince's marriage to Princess Alexandra of Denmark in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, 10 March 1863. Recollections of Wales (Welsh Airs, arranged for the pianoforte). London, [1851]. Welsh Fantasias for the Piano Forte. London, [1862]. Let the Hills Resound, National Chorus, arranged for the Pianoforte. London, [1874]. The Songs of Wales, Caneuon Cymru. A Collection of the National Melodies ... edited with new symphonies and arrangements by Brinley Richards. London & New York, [1873]. A Christmas Piece. London, [c.1860].  (A piano transcription of the song Christmas Chimes, first published in 1854.) Christmas Chimes. New Edition.  London, [c.1860]. Dreaming of Angels (Ballad by Charles Blamphin) arranged for the pianoforte by Brinley Richards. London, [1876]. The Carmarthen March, Quick Step. London, [1871]. Brinley Richards Album. Beliebte Clavierstücke. (2 Bde). Leipzig, [c.1880].