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31-40 of 44 videos of music composed by Edward Elgar

Edward Elgar: Cello Concerto 1st movement
Edward Elgar: Cello Concerto 1st movement Cellist Seeli Toivio perform Live in Concert: Elgar Cello Concerto 1st movement. 28 Nov 2008. Conductor: Nazanin Aghakhani. LaTempesta and visiting artists. Temple Church (Rock Church), Helsinki, Finland. SiperiaFilms Finland.
Land of Hope and Glory - Last Night of the Proms 09
Land of Hope and Glory - Last Night of the Proms 09 (Re-upload due to sound problems) Edward Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance Marches - Land of Hope and Glory, conducted by David Robertson with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Chorus - backed up by the enthusiastic & lively audience at the Royal Albert Hall, and nationwide at the Proms in the Park events
Edward Elgar - Salut d'Amour (Best Solo (with piano) Ever!!)
Edward Elgar - Salut d'Amour (Best Solo (with piano) Ever!!) Edward Elgar's 'Love's Greetings' for violin and piano. CD version, best ever!!! (Liebesgrüße) Performed by Goto Midori
A complete version of Edward Elgar's "Enigma Variations" (No. 9-1
A complete version of Edward Elgar's "Enigma Variations" (No. 9-1 This new upload may seem a bit out of place next to my belcanto-orientated recent postings, but the piece in question is just too delightful to pass. Most of the description is taken from "allmusic.com", while my commentaries will be mostly my personal impressions of the variations. "At the end of an overlong day laden with teaching and other duties, Edward Elgar lit a cigar, sat at his piano and began idling over the keys. To amuse his wife, the composer began to improvise a tune and played it several times, turning each reprise into a caricature of the way one of their friends might have played it or of their personal characteristics. "I believe that you are doing something which has never been done before," exclaimed his wife". Thus, as the legend tells us, was born one of music's great works of original conception, and Elgar's greatest large-scale "hit": the Enigma Variations. The enigma is twofold: each of the 14 variations refers to a friend of Elgar's, who is depicted by the nature of the music, or by sonic imitation of laughs, vocal inflections, or quirks, or by more abstract allusions. The other enigma is the presence of a larger "unheard" theme which is never stated but which according to the composer is very well known. A third enigma formed, when I decided to upload the variations, as I am completely baffled about the identity of either the conductor or the orchestra. But getting back to the work itself, the work contains some most charming and interesting ...
Nimrod
Nimrod A Piano arrangement of the famous "Nimrod", Variation No.IX from "Enigma Variations" composed by Edward Elgar.
Edward Elgar - Pomp and Circumstance
Edward Elgar - Pomp and Circumstance Concert recorded in Joinville by the Jaragua do Sul Symphony Orchestra
Diane Bish - Pomp and Circumstance
Diane Bish - Pomp and Circumstance Pomp and Circumstance Edward Elgar Diane Bish, Organist Canterbury Cathedral Canterbury, England Joy Of Music TV series
Land of Hope and Glory - Last night of the Proms
Land of Hope and Glory - Last night of the Proms "Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1" (1901) by Sir Edward Elgar, containing the famous theme commonly known as as "Land of Hope and Glory". Lyrics written by ACBenson in 1902. BBC Singers BBC Symphony Chorus BBC Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Jiří Bělohlávek __________________________________________________________________________ [I do not own anything. All content belongs to it's respective owners. No copyright infringement intended]
EDWARD ELGAR: Salut d'Amour
EDWARD ELGAR: Salut d'Amour Orchestral version.
Land of Hope and Glory - Last Night of the Proms 08
Land of Hope and Glory - Last Night of the Proms 08 Sir Roger Norrington gives a speech about what music means to him, and then conducts BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Chorus for Edward Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance Marches - Land of Hope and Glory during the Last Night of the Proms 2008, backed up by the enthusiastic & lively audience at the Royal Albert Hall, and nationwide at the Proms in the Park events
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