Annette: Bywyd ar ddu a gwyn
Annette Bryn Parri Other books by Annette Bryn Parri
The life of Annette Bryn Parri, the accompanist from Deiniolen, has been attached to the black and white keys of the piano since she was three years of age. Her constant cry at that time was, "I want 'pnano'!" Once she was given one, there was no stopping her - playing the accompaniment to 'Arafa Don' when she was five; accompanying for school assemblies when she was seven; playing her own arrangement of Abba songs for the action song competitions for Deiniolen School at the Urdd National Eisteddfod and later at the Albert Hall, London, when she was ten. Cemlyn Williams told the welcoming crowd on the children's return from London, "She is Deiniolen's answer to Mozart!" After graduating from Manchester College of Music Annette became famous as a professional accompanist, by playing the piano at eisteddfods and concerts, in the recording studio and on television. Although she has travelled the world and worked with some of Wales' most well-known musicians, as well as conducting and teaching and raising money for charities, her work as a mother and wife, and being amongst her family in familiar surroundings, is the most important thing to her.
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