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Edward Elgar

How did Edward Elgar contribute to music?

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September 17, 2014 8:41PM

Edward Elgar, born on June 2, 1857, was noted for his keyboard improvisation in his early years. Later in life he was a great organist, violinist, composer, and conductor. Some of his more famous works include Pomp and Circumstances Marches and the Enigma Variations.