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Instead, there was a high school band striking up the Elgar march “Pomp and Circumstance.”
The Falklands gets mentioned on page three; there is music by Elgar (of course) and Parry.
The three intervening years have placed Elgar's reputation on a very different footing.
For Elgar has an ear; he is a man of tone, and does not care for music that looks well on paper but sounds rather muddy.
In this sense, then, we call Elgar's "Gerontius" a dramatic composition from beginning to end.
Elgar's work is indeed the typical musical expression of recent Roman Catholic developments; but there are others also.
It was one of the Combwich villeins -- a fisher of the name of Elgar.A Thane of Wessex|Charles W. Whistler