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Llyr

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Welsh. The Cymric equivalent of Ler.

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Owain Llŷr ap Gareth
Owain Llŷr ap Gareth. Welshing on Postcolonialism: Complicity and Resistance in the. Construction of Welsh Identities.
Art of Judo Llyr C. Jones © 2001 Futuro Designs & Publications.
Feb 3, 2005 COMPETITION, KATA. AND THE ART OF JUDO. LLYR C.
HUW LLYR
HUW LLYR. Height: 5‟ 11”. Build: Slim.
2011 Jordans leaflet version 5.indd
Sunday 17th July. Thomas Carroll (cello). Llyr Williams (piano).
THE (D)EVOLVED WELSH LANGUAGE - A RESPONSE TO 'THE
Dewi Llyr Jones. 1. Bangor University.

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Llŷr Williams – review
Llŷr Williams's Beethoven is a challenge.
Llyr Williams plays Beethoven
Welsh pianist Llyr Williams scales the Beethoven mountain and plays Beethoven's complete Piano Sonata cycle at Edinburgh Festival. By Ivan Hewett To describe brilliant young Welsh pianist Llyr Williams as shy would be an understatement.
Classical review:Llyr Williams: Beethoven Piano Sonatas
Try telling that to Welsh pianist Llyr Williams, who took only the time it takes to play one early Beethoven sonata - Op2 No1 - to acclimatise to the venue.
Philip Glass Ensemble: the Qatsi trilogy; BBCSO/Volkov; Melvyn Tan; T'ang
I heard three of Llŷr Williams's complete Beethoven piano sonatas recitals at Greyfriars kirk, each yet better than the last.
Corwen Buckle
Although skipper Llyr Jones (2-46) and Scott Evans (1-52) secured early wickets, it was the visiting batsmen who took control of proceedings.

Suggested Web Resources

Llŷr - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Llŷr is a figure in Welsh mythology, the father of Brân, Brânwen and Manawydan by Penarddun.
Llyr
Llŷr Llediath HLIR HLE-dath. Welsh: Sea Half-speech. Welsh god of the sea, equivalent to the Irish god Ler, and to King Lear/Leir.
Llyr (Celtic deity) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Llŷr Williams – review | Culture | The Guardian
4 days ago Halfway through his 12-concert Beethoven extravaganza, Llŷr Williams was still making puzzling interpretations, writes Kate Molleson.
Llyr Williams | Home
official website for the young Welsh pianist, Llyr Williams.