Edward Elgar

Questions regarding the English composer Sir Edward Elgar, born in 1857, died in 1934. He composed many pieces of music for orchestra and many solo instruments. He wrote the well-known piece of music entitled ‘Land of Hope and Glory’ (commonly known in America as the Graduation March) and the ‘Enigma Variations’.

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Where is Edward Elgar buried?

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Elgar died on 23 February 1934 at the age of seventy-six and was buried next to his wife at St. Wulstan's Church in Little Malvern, Worcestershire England.
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What are some hobbies of Edward Elgar?

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golf bike riding and walking and walking his dogs
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Did Edward Elgar have kids?

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Elgar had a daughter named Carice Irene ("a contraction of her mother's names Caroline and Alice") who was born on the 14th of August, 1890 at their home in West Kensington.
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When did sir edward elgar die?

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February 7, 1934
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What did Edward Elgar call his bicycle?

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"Mr. Phoebus" was the name Sir Edward Elgar gave to his two Monarch bicycles.
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When will the Sir Edward Elgar style British Twenty Pound notes cease to be legal tender?

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The Bank of England advises that the Sir Edward Elgar style Twenty Pound note was withdrawn on the 30th of June, 2010. After the 30th of June, most banks, building societies and Post Offices will accept the old notes for deposits and other transactions for a few months. Exchange of notes, other than for transactions and deposits is at the discretion of the institution concerned. There is no obligation on banks to accept the old notes. The Bank of England further advises that - Genuine Bank of England notes that have been withdrawn from circulation retain their face value for all time and can be exchanged at the Bank of England in London. There is no fee for this service. See the link below.
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What are some famous pieces by Edward Elgar?

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The Enigma Variations, a Cello Concerto and a Violin Concerto, and Salut d'Amor, and one more I almost forgot. Just a little nothing called the Pomp and Circumstance Marches.
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When was Edward Elgar born?

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Edward Elgar was born on June 2, 1857.
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Who is the mother of Edward Elgar?

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Anne Greening (became Anne Elgar)
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Did Edward Elgar have any children?

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Yes, he had one daughter with his wife Caroline Alice Elgar. He named his daughter after his wife by combining the first three letters of his wife's first name with the last three letters of her middle name CARICE. Daughter's name was Carice.
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Where did Edward Elgar die?

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Edward Elgar died in Worcester on February the 23rd, 1934. He was buried next to his wife at St. Wulstan's Church in Little Malvern.
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What did Edward Elgar do?

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Sir Edward Elgar is one of the most, if not the most, renowned English composer of all time. He composed such pieces of music as the Pomp and Circumstance Marches, the Engima Variations and a Cello Concerto. He was born in Broadheath near Worcester on the 2nd of June 1857, and died on the 23rd of February 1934, in Worcester.
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Who was Sir Edward Elgar and where was he born?

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Sir Edward William Elgar was a composer of the "Later Romantic" period - Born - 2nd of June, 1857 in Lower Broadheath near Worcester, England. Died - 23rd of February, 1934 in Worcester, England, of intestinal cancer.
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What is the Edward Elgar song in August Rush?

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the name of the song is "Something Inside". I just saw the movie recently and that is a wonderful song.
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What year was Edward Elgar born?

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Elgar was born in 1857, on June 2, in Lower Broadheath, England.
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Did Edward Elgar have any brothers or sisters?

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Edward Elgar was the fourth of seven children born to William and Ann Elgar. Henry John born 1848 (died as a teenager) Lucy Ann born 1852 Susannah Mary born 1854 Edward William born 1857 Frederick Joseph born 1859 (died as a child) Francis Thomas born 1861 Helen Agnes born 1864
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How many symphonys did edward elgar write?

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Three: Symphony No 1 in A Flat, Opus 55 (1907-08) Symphony No 2 in E Flat, Opus 63 (1909-11) Symphony No 3, Opus 88 "Sketches" (1932-34)
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How did Edward Elgar die?

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He died from inoperable cancer. He was 76 years old.
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How old was Edward Elgar at death?

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Edward Elgar died on February 23, 1934 at the age of 76.
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What period of time was Edward Elgar from?

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Edward Elgar (b. 1857 - d. 1934) composed music in the Romantic and Modern periods of Western art music. But he was born into Victorian England and died during the reign of George V.
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Who are the 5 foreign Composers?

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foolish man, kolongo perez, that's all................................. boriton
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When did Sir Edward Elgar write the song Pomp And Circumstance?

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Pomp and Circumstance was composed by Sir Edward Elgar in 1901