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Composer: Edward William Elgar (1857–1934)
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  • Jonathan Vaughn (organ)

    Choir of St. John’s College Cambridge, Christopher Robinson

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  • John Challenger (organ)

    The Choir of Salisbury Cathedral, David Halls

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  • Worcester Cathedral Choir, Christopher Robinson

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  • Judith Howarth (soprano), Linda Finnie (contralto), Arthur Davies (tenor) & John Shirley-Quirk (bass)

    London Symphony Chorus & London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hickox

    Hickox’s fine performance is the one to have More…

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  • Arthur Davies (tenor), John Shirley-Quirk (bass), Judith Howarth (soprano), Linda Finnie (contralto)

    London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hickox

    In the glorious orchestral 'Meditation' Hickox's conducting demonstrates a noble flexibility, sensitivity to dynamic nuance and feeling for climax. Equally the engineering, sumptuous yet detailed,... More…

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  • Choir of Trinity College Cambridge, Richard Marlow

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  • The complete recordings 1914 -1925 in new digital transfers from Elgar’s own record library

    Charles Mott (baritone), Henry Ainley (speaker), Agnes Nicholls (soprano), Marie Hall (violin), Beatrice Harrison (cello), Leila Megane (contralto)

    The Symphony Orchestra & Royal Albert Hall Orchestra

    Superb repackaging of Elgar's earliest recordings, before he re-made many works electrically. Sound is limited, but the music-making wonderfully evokes a vanished era. More…

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