Schirmer Books, 1993 - 493 páginas
One of the last composers of the Romantic era, Elgar was hailed as England's greatest composer since Purcell, but fell out of favor after World War I when modernism shook the world of music. Anderson's study spotlights Elgar's true achievement in forging an individual style from the legacy of Brahms and Wagner.
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Edward Elgar, best known for his Pomp and Circumstance marches and the Enigma Variations , was England's greatest composer at the turn of the century. His music is an unsurpassed expression of the ... Leer reseña completa
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