Edward Elgar was an English composer whose works have become a central part of not only the British but also international classical conert repertoire.
Though of English heritage, most of his musical influences came from continental Europe. This, combined with a number of other social "irregularities," cast Elgar in the role of an outsider. As such, he struggled to achieve significant success into his forties. However, a number of extremely successful works solidified his place in the patheon of great composers.
Among his greatest and most popular works are the Pomp and Circumstance Marches, concertos for violin and cello, and The Enigma Variations, parts of which are featured below in arrangments by our editors here at Ovation Press.
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