Henry Brinley Richards was a Welsh composer, who also published some works under the pseudonym 'Carl Luini'. Richards' most famous work is the song, 'God Bless the Prince of Wales', written in honour of the future King Edward VII of the United Kingdom. Amongst his greatest works for the piano is the Fantasia On Favorite Airs From Meyerbeer's Opera 'Les Huguenots'.
|Name||Henry Brinley Richards|
|Music time period||Romantic|