[ US /ˈɛɫɡɝ/ ]
- British composer of choral and orchestral works including two symphonies as well as songs and chamber music and music for brass band (1857-1934)
How To Use Elgar In A Sentence
- Take the most salient feature for the listener - those Elgarian falling sevenths of the second page.
- The Elgar of England also with his special music skill, describe the emotion of the earnestness of British color.
- Zinman did not quite observe Elgar's arduous modulations, some within the span of a mere two-to-three bars, from crescendo and pianissimo to decrescendo and fortissimo.
- His role, unlike the musicologist Cooke, has been as a composer working alongside Elgar's ghost.
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- At any rate, I put the disk aside after a single hearing and took it out again only after attending a Milwaukee Symphony concert at which Hahn performed the Elgar concerto and, as an encore, a dazzling presto by Bach.
- Elgar:British composer whose orchestral works include Enigma Variations (1896) and five Pomp and Circumstance marches (1901-1930).
- Catherine Wyn-Rogers, one of Britain's most acclaimed mezzo-sopranos and much loved by Proms audiences, sings Sir Edward Elgar's ravishing Sea Pictures.
- That was always fascinating to me, like the long accelerando in the final variation of Elgar's Enigma that I eventually recorded with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, easy to take a little too quick and find you have to put the brakes on.
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