The 18th century Welsh triple, a completely chromatic instrument with three rows of strings, continues to be transformed into a musical instrument of beauty by Liverpool-born and Wales-based harper Robin Huw Bowen. A previous person in traditional Welsh music group, Mabsant, Bowen provides continuing to weave his multi-stringed melodies being a soloist and with the duo, Cusan Tan, offering Ann Morgan Jones (vocals, flute) and Sue Jones (tranquility vocals). Bowen may be the youngest of three triple-harp-playing brothers. His old brothers, Dafydd and Gwyndaf Roberts, performed the device with the original group, ArLog. Furthermore from what he discovered from his brothers, Bowen analyzed with important gypsy harp participant Nansi Richard. His 1st opportunity to display what he previously discovered arrived in 1986 when he became a member of the traditional music group, Mabsant. Bowen continued to be using the group for just two years, documenting one recording, Trwy’r Weiar, in 1987. A lot of Bowen’s repertoire was gathered while he was supplementing his income like a musician by operating in the Welsh Country wide Library. After finding a treasure-trove of historic Welsh music, he opened up a press, Gwasg Teires (Triple Harp Press) to create them. A assortment of 200 horn pipes was released as Tro Llaw.