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Griffith Rhys Jones (1834-97) or 'Caradog' as he was more commonly known, was the conductor of the famous 'Côr Mawr' of some 460 voices (the South Wales Choral Union), which twice won first prize at Crystal Palace choral competitions in London in the 1870s. His statue is by the sculptor W. Goscombe John and it was unveiled by Lord Aberdare on 10 July 1920.

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