Edward Elgar : Symphony No. 1 Opening Theme






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Born:
June 2, 1857 , Broadheath, Worcestershire
Died:
February 23, 1934
The Artist:
English composer from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries who wrote some of the most popular works in the English repertoire.
Composed:
1908
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This theme opens Elgar's first symphony, which was a huge success on its premiere in 1908. Elgar wrote, "the opening theme is intended to be simple and, in intention, noble & elevating ... the sort of ideal call - in the sense of persuasion, not coercion or command - and something above every day & sordid things. The theme returns in a grandioso statement at the very end of the symphony.
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