RANDLES, ELIZABETH (1801? - 1829), harpist and pianist

Name: Elizabeth Randles
Date of birth: 1801?
Date of death: 1829
Parent: Edward Randles
Gender: Female
Occupation: harpist and pianist
Area of activity: Music; Performing Arts
Author: Robert David Griffith

Born 24 May 1801, the daughter of Edward Randles, Wrexham. While very young she became prominent by reason of her ability to play the harp and the piano. She went on a concert tour through parts of England; she also played, with her father, before George III and queen Charlotte. She and two sisters moved to Liverpool, and it was there that she died in June 1829.


Published date: 1959

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