Another Side of Sir Edward Elgar

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Monday, March 05, 2012

There's much more to Edward Elgar than graduation marches and the Enigma Variations.

A composer of equally masterful symphonies, oratorios, chamber music and concertos, he led a renaissance in 20th century England that firmly reestablished the country's musical identity.

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