August Jaeger: Portrait of Nimrod : a Life in Letters and Other Writings
August Jaeger was one of Elgar's most devoted supporters and was the subject of one of Elgar's most inspired movements, the Nimrod variation. This study explores the correspondence between Jaeger and the famous English composer.
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