Annotation

Packaging: Cardboard box that folds open with booklet and nine individual paper sleeves inside

Sub-optimal credits

Transfer from 78s done by (as specified for individual tracks, for discs 1–3):

  • Symphony no. 1 (disc 1, tracks 1–4): Michael J. Dutton
  • Falstaff (disc 1, tracks 5–10): Anthony C. Griffith
  • Symphony no. 2 (disc 2, tracks 1–5): Michael J. Dutton
  • Symphony no. 2 rehearsal (disc 2, track 6): Jerrold Northrop Moore
  • Dream of Gerontius (disc 3, tracks 1–8): Anthony C. Griffith
  • Civic Fanfare (disc 3, track 9): Anthony C. Griffith
  • Dream of Gerontius (disc 3, tracks 10–13): Anthony C. Griffith, Michael J. Dutton
  • Music Makers (disc 3, tracks 14–17): Michael J. Dutton

Transfer and remastering, by disc:

  • CDs 1–3: Mastered by Paul Baily, Michael J. Dutton, and Peter Mew; digitally remastered by Michael J. Dutton and John Holland
  • CDs 4 and 7–9: Transferred from 78s and digitally remastered by Andrew Walter
  • CDs 5 and 6: Digitally remastered by Andrew Walter, Paul Baily, and John Holland. Transferred from 78s by:
    • CD 5, track 14–26: Anthony C. Griffith
    • CD 6, track 4: Anthony C. Griffith
    • The rest: Andrew Walter

Edward Elgar "supervised…via telephone" Lawrance Collingwood conducting Caractacus (disc 9, tracks 10–11).

Source Matrix/Catalogue Numbers

Source matrix no.s/catalogue nos. (HMV unless stated otherwise) of first publication:

  • Symphony no. 1 (disc 1, tracks 1–4): Cc 20675-7 & 20682-9/D 1944-9
  • Falstaff (disc 1, tracks 5–10): 2B 2011-14 & 2017-20/DB 1621-4
  • Symphony no. 2 (disc 2): CR 1268-79/D 1230-35 (no matrix number assigned to track 6/rehearsal, part ℗ 1971 on World Record Club SH 163, part EMI Classics CDS 7 54560 2)
  • Dream of Gerontius (disc 2, tracks 1–8): CR 997–9/Pearl Opal 810; CR 1201/RLS 713; CR 1202/RLS 713; CR 1203/D 1243; CR 1205/D 1242; CR 1206–7/D 1242 & RLS 713; CR 1208/RLS 713; CR 1209–10/RLS 713 & D 1243
  • Civic Fanfare (disc 2, track 9): BR 1137/RLS 708
  • Dream of Gerontius (disc 2, tracks 10–13): BR 1137/RLS 708 and CR 1143, 1145, & 1148–9/D 1350 & 1348
  • Music Makers (disc 2, tracks 14–17): CR 1157, 1159, & 1161/D 1349 & 1347
  • Enigma Variations (disc 4, tracks 1–15): CR 339–45/D 1154–7
  • Violin Concerto in B minor (disc 4, tracks 16–19): 2B 2968–79/DB 1751–6
  • The Wand of Youth (disc 5, tracks 1–7): Cc 15062–6/D 1636–8
  • The Wand of Youth (disc 5, tracks 8–13): Cc 15062–6 & 15067–70/D 1636–8 & 1649–50
  • Nursery Suite (disc 5, tracks 14–21): 2B 558–61/D 1998–9
  • Severn Suite (disc 5, tracks 22–26): 2B 2848–52/DB 1908–10
  • Land of Hope and Glory, It comes from the misty ages, National Anthem, Croft: O God, our help in ages past (disc 6, tracks 1–4): CR 1658/RLS 713; CR 1661/RLS 713; CR 1659/C 1467; CR 1660/C 1467
  • Meditation from the Light of Life (disc 6, track 5): CR 649/D 1157
  • Three Characteristic Pieces (disc 6, tracks 6–8): Bb 18152/Japanese Victor JF 38; Cc 18153/EMI Classics CDS 7 54564 2; 2B 4152/DB 1910
  • Chanson de nuit, Canson de matin (disc 6, tracks 9–10): CR 338 & CR 1280/D 1236
  • Three Bavarian Dances (disc 6, tracks 11–13): CR 1455–6/D 1367 and 2B 576/DB 1667
  • The Crown of India (disc 6, tracks 14–18): Cc 19727–8 & Cc 19741/D 1899–1900
  • Fantasia and Fugue in C minor (disc 6, tracks 19–20): CR 346–7/W 749
  • Froissart (disc 7, track 1): 2B 4149–51/DB 1938–9
  • Cockaigne (disc 7, track 2): CR 332–5/D 1110–11
  • In the South (disc 7, tracks 3–6): Cc 19729–30 & 19742–4/DB 1665–7
  • Interludes from Falstaff (disc 7, tracks 7–8): Cc 18151/D 1863
  • Cello Concerto in E minor (disc 7, tracks 9–12) CR 1754–9/D 1507–9
  • Minuet from Beau Brummel, Rosemary, Salut d’amour, Minuet op. 21, Sérénade lyrique, May Song, Carissima (disc 8, tracks 1–7): Cc 18139/RLS 713, Cc 18138/D 1778, Bb 18150/E 547, Cc 18149/D 1863, Cc 18137/D 1778, Cc 18140/D 1949, and Bb 18141/E 547
  • Minuet from Beau Brummel (disc 8, track 8): Cc 15072/D 1638
  • Five Piano Improvisations (disc 8, tracks 9–13): Bb 18129 and Cc 18130–33/RLS 713
  • Pomp and Circumstance (disc 8, tracks 14–18): CR 336/D 1102, CR 337/D 1102, CD 1454/D 1301, CR 1453/D 1301, and Cc 19740/D 1900
  • Land of Hope and Glory (disc 8, track 19): 2B 2016 (transferred from film soundtrack)/RLS 713
  • Prelude to The Kingdom (disc 9, track 1); Pomp and Circumstance (disc 9, tracks 3–4); and Cockaigne (disc 9, track 5): 2B 4178–9/DB 1934, 2B 3456/DB 1801, 2B 3455/DB 1801, 2B 4177/DB 1936, and 2B 4174–6/DB 1935–6
  • Serenade in E minor (disc 9, tracks 6–8); Elegy (disc 9, track 9): 2B 3553–5/DB 2132–3 and (Elegy only) 2B 3556/DB 1939
  • Caractacus (disc 9, tracks 10–11): 2B 4757/DB 2147 and 2B 4759–60/DB 2142
  • Mina (disc 9, track 12–13): OB 5886/EMI Classics CDS 7 54568 2 and (track 13 only) OEA 957/B 8282
  • Coronation March (disc 9, track 14): 2EA 1019–20/DB 2437
Annotation last modified on 2017-03-04 08:33 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Symphony no. 1 in A flat, op. 55: I. Andante: nobilmente e semplice—Allegro
17:26
2 Symphony no. 1 in A flat, op. 55: II. Allegro molto—
7:38
3 Symphony no. 1 in A flat, op. 55: III. Adagio
10:18
4 Symphony no. 1 in A flat, op. 55: IV. Lento—Allegro
11:21
5 Falstaff—Symphonic Study in C minor, op. 68: I. Falstaff and Prince Henry
2:58
6 Falstaff—Symphonic Study in C minor, op. 68: II. Eastcheap—Gadshill—The Boar’s Head, revelry and sleep
12:47
7 Falstaff—Symphonic Study in C minor, op. 68: Dream Interlude: “Jack Falstaff, now Sir John, a boy, and page to Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk”
2:27
8 Falstaff—Symphonic Study in C minor, op. 68: III. Falstaff’s march—The return through Gloucestershire-The new king-The hurried ride to London
3:56
9 Falstaff—Symphonic Study in C minor, op. 68: Interlude: Gloucestershire. Shallow’s orchard
2:26
10 Falstaff—Symphonic Study in C minor, op. 68: IV. King Henry V’s progress-The repudiation of Falstaff, and his death
8:16
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 Symphony no. 2 in E flat, op. 63 I. Allegro vivace e nobilmente
14:36
2 Symphony no. 2 in E flat, op. 63 II. Larghetto
12:57
3 Symphony no. 2 in E flat, op. 63 III. Rondo (Presto)
7:50
4 Symphony no. 2 in E flat, op. 63 IV. Moderato e maestoso
12:33
5 Symphony no. 2 in E flat, op. 63 III. Rondo (to cue 116): first take (CR 1275-1)
4:20
6 Symphony no. 2 in E flat, op. 63 Rehearsal for second take (CR 1275-2)
5:02
CD 3
# Title Rating Length
1 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part I: Prelude
10:38
2 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part I: Kyrie eleison (cue 29)
2:24
3 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part I: Rescue him, O Lord (cue 63)
3:24
4 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part I: Go, in the name of Angels and Archangels (cue 72)
4:27
5 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part II: Praise to the Holiest (cue 60)
4:48
6 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part II: And now the threshold... Praise to the Holiest (four before cue 73)
6:54
7 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part II: Jesu! by that shuddering dread (cue 106)
4:22
8 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part II: Take me away (three before cue 125)
8:08
9 Civic Fanfare and National Anthem
2:36
10 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part I: So pray for me, my friends (cue 28)
3:49
11 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part I: O Jesu, help! (cue 61)
4:15
12 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part II: Jesu! by that shuddering dread (cue 106)
4:41
13 The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (excerpts): Part II: Take me away (three before cue 125)
4:18
14 The Music Makers, op. 69 (excerpts): We are the music makers (cue 10)
2:16
15 The Music Makers, op. 69 (excerpts): With wonderful deathless ditties (three before cue 16)
1:35
16 The Music Makers, op. 69 (excerpts): A breath of our inspiration (cue 38)
3:41
17 The Music Makers, op. 69 (excerpts): For we are afar with the dawning (cue 78)
2:14
CD 4
# Title Rating Length
1 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: Theme
1:43
2 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: I. C.A.E. (the composer’s wife)
1:55
3 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: II. H.D.S.-P. (Hew David Steuart-Powell)
0:44
4 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: III. R.B.T. (Richard Baxter Townshend)
1:27
5 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: IV. W.M.B. (W. M. Baker)
0:31
6 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: V. R.P.A. (Richard P. Arnold)
1:54
7 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: VI. Ysobel (Isabel Fitton)
1:22
8 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: VII. Troyte (Troyte Griffith)
0:54
9 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: VIII. W.N. (Winifred Norbury)
1:40
10 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: IX. Nimrod (A. J. Jaeger)
2:53
11 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: X. Intermezzo: Dorabella (Dora Penny)
2:32
12 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: XI. G.R.S. (G. R. Sinclair)
0:51
13 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: XII. B.G.N (Basil G. Nevinson)
2:17
14 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: XIII. Romanza: *** [Lady Mary Lygon]
2:03
15 Variations on an Original Theme (“Enigma”), op. 36: XIV. Finale: E.D.U. (the composer)
4:42
16 Violin Concerto in B minor, op. 61: I. Allegro
17:25
17 Violin Concerto in B minor, op. 61: II. Andante
13:01
18 Violin Concerto in B minor, op. 61: III. Allegro molto—
10:13
19 Violin Concerto in B minor, op. 61: Cadenza (accompagnata: Lento)—Allegro molto
9:10
CD 5
# Title Rating Length
1 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: First Suite, op. 1a: I. Overture (Allegro molto)
1:35
2 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: First Suite, op. 1a: II. Serenade (Andantino)
2:26
3 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: First Suite, op. 1a: III. Minuet (Old Style) (Andante)
2:02
4 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: First Suite, op. 1a: IV. Sun Dance (Presto)
2:21
5 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: First Suite, op. 1a: V. Fairy Pipers (Allegretto)
4:08
6 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: First Suite, op. 1a: VI. Slumber Scene (Moderato)
3:55
7 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: First Suite, op. 1a: VII. Fairies and Giants (Presto)
3:07
8 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: Second Suite, op. 1b: I. March (Alla marcia: allegro moderato)
3:54
9 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: Second Suite, op. 1b: II. The Little Bells (Scherzino) (Allegro molto)
2:30
10 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: Second Suite, op. 1b: III. Moths and Butterflies (Dance) (Allegretto)
2:24
11 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: Second Suite, op. 1b: IV. Fountain Dance (Allegretto comodo)
3:16
12 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: Second Suite, op. 1b: V. The Tame Bear (Allegro moderato)
2:06
13 The Wand of Youth—Music to a Child’s Play: Second Suite, op. 1b: VI. The Wild Bears (Presto)
2:21
14 Nursery Suite: I. Aubade (Awake) (Allegretto)
4:13
15 Nursery Suite: II. The Serious Doll (Andantino)
2:44
16 Nursery Suite: III. Busy‐ness (Allegro molto)
2:04
17 Nursery Suite: IV. The Sad Doll (Andantino)
1:23
18 Nursery Suite: V. The Wagon (Passes) (Allegretto)
1:24
19 Nursery Suite: VI. The Merry Doll (Allegro molto)
1:27
20 Nursery Suite: VII. Dreaming (Lento)—
2:03
21 Nursery Suite: Envoy (Coda)
3:02
22 Severn Suite, op. 87: I. Worcester Castle (Introduction)
2:48
23 Severn Suite, op. 87: II. Tournament (Toccata)
3:54
24 Severn Suite, op. 87: III. Cathedral (Fugue)
3:55
25 Severn Suite, op. 87: IV. Commandery (Minuet)
5:25
26 Severn Suite, op. 87: V. Coda
1:55
CD 6
# Title Rating Length
1 Land of Hope and Glory
4:40
2 It comes from the misty ages
4:41
3 National Anthem
3:17
4 Croft: O God, our help in ages past
4:23
5 Meditation from The Light of Life, op. 29
4:44
6 Three Characteristic Pieces, op. 10: 1. Mazurka
3:22
7 Three Characteristic Pieces, op. 10: 2. Sérénade mauresque
5:15
8 Three Characteristic Pieces, op. 10: 3. Contrasts: The Gavotte AD 1700 and 1900
3:31
9 Chanson de nuit, op. 15 no. 1
4:28
10 Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2
3:06
11 Three Bavarian Dances, op. 27: 1. The Dance (Sonnenbichl) (Allegretto giocoso)
3:45
12 Three Bavarian Dances, op. 27: 2. Lullaby (In Hammersbach) (Moderato)
3:44
13 Three Bavarian Dances, op. 27: 3. The Marksman (Bei Murnau) (Allegro)
4:53
14 The Crown of India—Suite, op. 66: I. (a) Introduction (Allegro)—
1:32
15 The Crown of India—Suite, op. 66: I. (b) Dance of the Nautch Girls (Allegretto)
3:05
16 The Crown of India—Suite, op. 66: II. Menuetto (Moderato)
2:13
17 The Crown of India—Suite, op. 66: III. Warriors’ Dance (Allegro)
1:59
18 The Crown of India—Suite, op. 66: V. March of the Mogul Emperors (Moderato maestoso)
3:57
19 Fantasia and Fugue in C minor, op. 86: Fantasia
4:37
20 Fantasia and Fugue in C minor, op. 86: Fugue
3:03
CD 7
# Title Rating Length
1 Froissart—Concert Overture, op. 19
12:44
2 Cockaigne (In London Town)—Concert Overture, op. 40
13:07
3 In the South (Alassio)—Concert Overture, op. 50: Vivace—Poco meno mosso—
6:50
4 In the South (Alassio)—Concert Overture, op. 50: Grandioso (fig. 20)—
3:37
5 In the South (Alassio)—Concert Overture, op. 50: Meno mosso, molto tranquillo (Canto popolare) (fig. 34)—
3:26
6 In the South (Alassio)—Concert Overture, op. 50: Tempo I (fig. 40)—Poco meno mosso—Tempo I
6:26
7 Interludes from Falstaff—Symphonic Study in C minor, op. 68: Dream Interlude I: “Jack Falstaff, now Sir John, a boy, and page to Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk” (Poco allegretto)
2:11
8 Interludes from Falstaff—Symphonic Study in C minor, op. 68: Dream Interlude II: Gloucestershire. Shallow’s Orchard (Allegretto)
1:59
9 Cello Concerto in E minor, op. 85: I. Adagio—Moderato
7:11
10 Cello Concerto in E minor, op. 85: II. Allegro molto
4:25
11 Cello Concerto in E minor, op. 85: III. Adagio
4:02
12 Cello Concerto in E minor, op. 85: IV. Allegro—Moderato—Allegro, ma non troppo—Poco più lento—Adagio, come prima—Allegro molto
9:19
CD 8
# Title Rating Length
1 Minuet from Beau Brummel (1929)
4:49
2 Rosemary (“that’s for remembrance”)
3:37
3 Salut d'amour, op. 12
3:20
4 Minuet, op. 21
4:17
5 Sérénade lyrique
4:19
6 May Song
3:51
7 Carissima
3:18
8 Minuet from Beau Brummel (1928)
3:42
9 Five Piano Improvisations: no. 1
3:34
10 Five Piano Improvisations: no. 2
4:17
11 Five Piano Improvisations: no. 3
3:52
12 Five Piano Improvisations: no. 4
4:37
13 Five Piano Improvisations: no. 5
4:19
14 Pomp and Circumstance—Military Marches, op. 39: no. 1 in D
4:24
15 Pomp and Circumstance—Military Marches, op. 39: no. 2 in A minor
4:03
16 Pomp and Circumstance—Military Marches, op. 39: no. 3 in C minor
4:37
17 Pomp and Circumstance—Military Marches, op. 39: no. 4 in G
4:34
18 Pomp and Circumstance—Military Marches, op. 39: no. 5 in C
4:15
19 Land of Hope and Glory (introduced by Elgar)
2:42
CD 9
# Title Rating Length
1 Prelude to The Kingdom op. 51
8:45
2 Pomp and Circumstance—Military Marches, op. 39: no. 1 in D (1933)
4:24
3 Pomp and Circumstance—Military Marches, op. 39: no. 2 in A minor (1933)
4:20
4 Pomp and Circumstance—Military Marches, op. 39: no. 4 in G (1933)
4:32
5 Cockaigne (In London Town)—Concert Overture, op. 40 (1933)
13:42
6 Serenade in E minor, op. 20: I. Allegro piacevole
3:28
7 Serenade in E minor, op. 20: II.Larghetto
6:07
8 Serenade in E minor, op. 20: III. Allegretto—Come prima
2:35
9 Elegy, op. 58
4:26
10 Caractacus, op. 35: Woodland Interlude
2:00
11 Caractacus, op. 35: Triumphal March
6:58
12 Mina (1934)
2:49
13 Mina (1935)
2:08
14 Coronation March, op. 65
7:53

Credits

CD 1

balance engineer:
F. C. Bulkley (tracks 1–4)
A. S. Clarke (Engineer) (tracks 1–10)
Edward Fowler (engineer) (tracks 5–10)
A. D. Lawrence (tracks 1–4)
composer:
Edward Elgar (1907 – 1908) (tracks 1–4)
Edward Elgar (1913) (tracks 5–10)
conductor:
Sir Edward Elgar (1930-11-20 – 1930-11-22) (tracks 1–4)
Sir Edward Elgar (1931-11-11 – 1932-02-04) (tracks 5–10)
engineer:
Michael J. Dutton (tracks 1–4)
Anthony C. Griffith (engineer) (tracks 5–10)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (1930-11-20 – 1930-11-22) (tracks 1–4)
London Symphony Orchestra (1931-11-11 – 1932-02-04) (tracks 5–10)
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1930-11-20 – 1930-11-22) (tracks 1–4)
Abbey Road Studios: Studio 1 in St John's Wood, Westminster, London, United Kingdom (1931-11-11 – 1931-11-12) (tracks 5–10)
part of:
Falstaff, op. 68 (Symphonic Study) (tracks 5–10)
partial recording of:
recording of:
Symphony no. 1 in A-flat major, op. 55: II. Allegro molto (1930-11-20 – 1930-11-22) (track 2)
Symphony no. 1 in A-flat major, op. 55: III. Adagio (1930-11-20 – 1930-11-22) (track 3)
Symphony no. 1 in A-flat major, op. 55: IV. Lento - Allegro (1930-11-20 – 1930-11-22) (track 4)
Falstaff, op. 68: I. Falstaff and Prince Henry (1931-11-11 – 1932-02-04) (track 5)

CD 2

balance engineer:
M. J. C. Alexander (tracks 1–6)
A. S. Clarke (Engineer) (tracks 1–6)
D. F. Larter (tracks 1–6)
composer:
Edward Elgar (1903 – 1911) (tracks 1–6)
conductor:
Sir Edward Elgar (1927-04-01) (tracks 5–6)
Sir Edward Elgar (1927-07-15) (tracks 1–4)
engineer:
Michael J. Dutton (tracks 1–6)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (1927-04-01) (tracks 5–6)
London Symphony Orchestra (1927-07-15) (tracks 1–4)
spoken vocals:
Edward Elgar (track 6)
recorded at:
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1927-04-01) (tracks 5–6)
Studio D, Small Queen’s Hall (1927-04-01) (tracks 5–6)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1927-07-15) (tracks 1–4)
Studio D, Small Queen’s Hall (1927-07-15) (tracks 1–4)
part of:
partial recording of:
recording of:

CD 3

arranger:
Edward Elgar (track 9)
balance engineer:
A. S. Clarke (Engineer) (tracks 1–8)
Edward Fowler (engineer) (tracks 1–8)
bass vocals [bass (The Angel of the Agony)]:
Horace Stevens (bass vocals) (1927-09-04 – 1927-09-06) (tracks 10–13)
bass vocals [bass (The Priest/The Angel of the Agony)]:
Herbert Heyner (bass vocals) (1927-02-26) (tracks 1–8)
choir vocals:
Royal Choral Society (1927-02-26) (tracks 1–8)
Three Choirs Festival Chorus (1927-09-04 – 1927-09-06) (tracks 10–13)
Three Choirs Festival Chorus (1927-09-08) (tracks 14–17)
composer:
Edward Elgar (tracks 14–17)
Edward Elgar (1900) (tracks 1, 1–8, 10–13)
conductor:
Sir Edward Elgar (1927-02-26) (tracks 1–8)
Sir Edward Elgar (1927-09-04) (track 9)
Sir Edward Elgar (1927-09-04 – 1927-09-06) (tracks 10–13)
Sir Edward Elgar (1927-09-08) (tracks 14–17)
engineer:
Michael J. Dutton (tracks 10–17)
Anthony C. Griffith (engineer) (tracks 1–13)
lyricist:
mezzo-soprano vocals [mezzo-soprano (The Angel)]:
Margaret Balfour (1927-02-26) (tracks 1–8)
Margaret Balfour (1927-09-04 – 1927-09-06) (tracks 10–13)
orchestra:
Royal Albert Hall Orchestra (1927-02-26) (tracks 1–8)
London Symphony Orchestra (1927-09-04) (track 9)
London Symphony Orchestra (1927-09-04 – 1927-09-06) (tracks 10–13)
London Symphony Orchestra (1927-09-08) (tracks 14–17)
tenor vocals:
Steuart Wilson (1927-02-26) (track 1)
tenor vocals [tenor (Gerontius/The Soul of Gerontius)]:
Steuart Wilson (1927-02-26) (tracks 1–8)
Tudor Davies (tenor) (1927-09-04 – 1927-09-06) (tracks 10–13)
recorded at:
Hereford Cathedral in Hereford, Herefordshire, United Kingdom (1927-09-04 – 1927-09-06) (tracks 10–13)
Hereford Cathedral in Hereford, Herefordshire, United Kingdom (1927-09-08) (tracks 14–17)
live partial recording of:
The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38: Part I, II. Jesu, Maria – I am near to death (Cues 22–32) (1927-09-04 – 1927-09-06) (track 10)
The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38: Part I, IV. Sanctus fortis, sanctus Deus (Cues 40–67) (1927-09-04 – 1927-09-06) (track 11)
The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38: Part II, VI. Thy judgment now is near (Cues 102–113) (1927-09-04 – 1927-09-06) (track 12)
The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38: Part II, VII. I go before my judge (Cues 114–126) (1927-09-04 – 1927-09-06) (track 13)
live recording of:
The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38: Part I, I. Prelude (Cues 1–21) (1927-02-26) (track 1)
Civic Fanfare and National Anthem (1927-09-04) (track 9)
part of:
The Music Makers, op. 69 (tracks 14–17)
The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38 (tracks 1, 1–8, 10–13)
recording of:
The Dream of Gerontius, op. 38: Part I, I. Prelude (Cues 1–21) (1927-02-26) (track 1)

CD 4

violin:
Yehudi Menuhin (1932-07-14 – 1932-07-15) (tracks 16–19)
balance engineer:
Arthur S. Clarke (Engineer) (1926-04-28 – 1926-08-30) (tracks 1–15)
G. W. Dillnutt (1926-04-28 – 1926-08-30) (tracks 1–15)
Edward Fowler (engineer) (1926-04-28 – 1926-08-30) (tracks 1–15)
unknown (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1932-07-14 – 1932-07-15) (tracks 16–19)
composer:
Edward Elgar (1899) (tracks 1–15)
Edward Elgar (1905 – 1910) (tracks 16–19)
conductor:
Sir Edward Elgar (1926-04-28 – 1926-08-30) (tracks 1–15)
Sir Edward Elgar (1932-07-14 – 1932-07-15) (tracks 16–19)
dedicated to:
Isabel Fitton (track 7)
Augustus J. Jaeger (track 10)
Lady Mary Lygon (track 14)
Winifred Norbury (track 9)
Dora Penny (track 11)
orchestra:
Royal Albert Hall Orchestra (1926-04-28 – 1926-08-30) (tracks 1–15)
London Symphony Orchestra (1932-07-14 – 1932-07-15) (tracks 16–19)
producer:
Fred Gaisberg (tracks 1–19)
publisher:
recorded at:
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1926-04-28 – 1926-08-30) (tracks 1–15)
Abbey Road Studios: Studio 1 in St John's Wood, Westminster, London, United Kingdom (1932-07-14 – 1932-07-15) (tracks 16–19)
compiled in:
arrangements:
Enigma Variations, op. 36: I. C.A.E. (for piano) (track 2)
Enigma Variations, op. 36: Theme (for piano) (track 1)
Enigma Variations, op. 36: V. R.P.A. (for piano) (track 6)
Enigma Variations, op. 36: XI. G.R.S. (for piano) (track 12)
is the basis for:
Sanctus (based on "Nimrod" from Variations on an Original Theme ('Enigma'), op. 36) (track 10)
Sanctus Dei (track 10)
The Globalist (track 10)
later versions:
Nimrod (track 10)
part of:
partial recording of:
recording of:
Violin Concerto in B minor, op. 61: I. Allegro (1932-07-14 – 1932-07-15) (track 16)
Violin Concerto in B minor, op. 61: II. Andante (1932-07-14 – 1932-07-15) (track 17)
referred to in medleys:

CD 5

balance engineer:
F. C. Bulkley (tracks 1–13)
A. S. Clarke (Engineer) (tracks 1–13)
unknown (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (tracks 14–26)
composer:
Edward Elgar (tracks 1–21)
Edward Elgar (1930) (tracks 22–24, 26)
Sir Edward (= Harold Vick) (1930) (track 25)
conductor:
Sir Edward Elgar (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (tracks 1–13)
Sir Edward Elgar (1931-05-23) (tracks 14–19)
Sir Edward Elgar (1931-05-23 – 1931-06-04) (tracks 20–21)
Sir Edward Elgar (1932-04-14) (tracks 22–26)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (tracks 1–13)
London Symphony Orchestra (1931-05-23) (tracks 14–19)
London Symphony Orchestra (1931-05-23 – 1931-06-04) (tracks 20–21)
London Symphony Orchestra (1932-04-14) (tracks 22–26)
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (tracks 1–13)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1931-05-23) (tracks 14–21)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1931-06-04) (tracks 20–21)
arrangements:
Dreaming (for violin and piano, arr. Reed) (tracks 20–21)
The Wild Bears (for brass band, Snell) (track 13)
part of:
The Severn Suite, op. 87 (for brass band) (tracks 22–26)
Nursery Suite (tracks 14–21)
partial recording of:
Nursery Suite: VII. Dreaming (1931-05-23 – 1931-06-04) (tracks 20–21)
recording of:
The Wand of Youth Suite no. 1, op. 1a: I. Overture (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (track 1)
The Wand of Youth Suite no. 1, op. 1a: II. Serenade (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (track 2)
The Wand of Youth Suite no. 1, op. 1a: IV. Sun Dance (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (track 4)
The Wand of Youth Suite no. 1, op. 1a: V. Fairy Pipers (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (track 5)
The Wand of Youth Suite no. 1, op. 1a: VI. Slumber Scene (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (track 6)
The Wand of Youth Suite no. 2, op. 1b: I. March (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (track 8)
The Wand of Youth Suite no. 2, op. 1b: IV. Fountain Dance (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (track 11)
The Wand of Youth Suite no. 2, op. 1b: V. The Tame Bear (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (track 12)
The Wand of Youth Suite no. 2, op. 1b: VI. The Wild Bears (1928-12-19 – 1928-12-20) (track 13)
Nursery Suite: I. Aubade (1931-05-23) (track 14)
Nursery Suite: II. The Serious Doll (1931-05-23) (track 15)
Nursery Suite: III. Busy-Ness (1931-05-23) (track 16)
Nursery Suite: IV. The Sad Doll (1931-05-23) (track 17)
Nursery Suite: V. The Wagon (Passes) (1931-05-23) (track 18)
Nursery Suite: VI. The Merry Doll (1931-05-23) (track 19)
The Severn Suite, op. 87: I. Introduction (Worcester Castle) (for brass band) (1932-04-14) (track 22)
The Severn Suite, op. 87: II. Toccata (Tournament) (for brass band) (1932-04-14) (track 23)
The Severn Suite, op. 87: III. Fugue (The Cathedral) (for brass band) (1932-04-14) (track 24)
The Severn Suite, op. 87: IV. Minuet (Commandery) (for brass band) (1932-04-14) (track 25)
The Severn Suite, op. 87: V. Coda (for brass band) (1932-04-14) (track 26)

CD 6

organ:
Arnold Greir (organist) (1928-02-03) (tracks 1–4)
arranger:
Edward Elgar (tracks 3–4, 11–13)
balance engineer:
M. J. C. Alexander (tracks 11–13)
R. E. Beckett (track 5)
F. C. Bulkley (tracks 14–18)
A. S. Clarke (Engineer) (tracks 1–20)
H. E. Davidson (track 5)
G. W. Dillnutt (tracks 1–4, 9–10, 14–15, 19–20)
J. H. Ellis (engineer) (tracks 6–8)
Edward Fowler (engineer) (tracks 6–10, 19–20)
D. F. Larter (tracks 11–13)
unknown (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (track 13)
choir vocals:
Philharmonic Choir (1928-02-03) (tracks 1–4)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks 19–20)
William Croft (track 4)
Edward Elgar (tracks 5, 7–9, 9–10, 10–13)
Edward Elgar (1897) (track 2)
Edward Elgar (1899) (track 6)
Edward Elgar (1902) (track 1)
Edward Elgar (1912) (tracks 14–18)
conductor:
Sir Edward Elgar (1926-04-27) (track 9)
Sir Edward Elgar (1926-04-28) (tracks 19–20)
Sir Edward Elgar (1926-08-30) (track 5)
Sir Edward Elgar (1927-04-01) (track 10)
Sir Edward Elgar (1927-07-15) (tracks 11–12)
Sir Edward Elgar (1928-02-03) (tracks 1–4)
Sir Edward Elgar (1929-11-08) (tracks 6–7)
Sir Edward Elgar (1930-09-15) (tracks 16–18)
Sir Edward Elgar (1930-09-15 – 1930-11-22) (tracks 14–15)
Sir Edward Elgar (1932-02-04) (track 13)
Sir Edward Elgar (1933-02-21) (track 8)
contralto vocals:
Margaret Balfour (1928-02-03) (track 1)
librettist:
Shapcott Wensley (track 2)
lyricist:
Isaac Watts (hymn writer) (track 4)
orchestra:
Royal Albert Hall Orchestra (1926-04-27) (track 9)
Royal Albert Hall Orchestra (1926-04-28) (tracks 19–20)
Royal Albert Hall Orchestra (1926-08-30) (track 5)
London Symphony Orchestra (1927-04-01) (track 10)
London Symphony Orchestra (1927-07-15) (tracks 11–12)
London Symphony Orchestra (1928-02-03) (tracks 1–4)
New Symphony Orchestra (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (1929-11-08) (tracks 6–7)
London Symphony Orchestra (1930-09-15) (tracks 16–18)
London Symphony Orchestra (1930-09-15 – 1930-11-22) (tracks 14–15)
London Symphony Orchestra (1932-02-04) (track 13)
London Symphony Orchestra (1933-02-21) (track 8)
orchestrator:
Edward Elgar (tracks 9–10, 19–20)
premiered at:
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1901-09-14) (tracks 9–10)
recorded at:
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1926-04-27) (track 9)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1926-04-28) (tracks 19–20)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1926-08-30) (track 5)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1927-04-01) (track 10)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1927-07-15) (tracks 11–12)
Studio D, Small Queen’s Hall (1927-07-15) (tracks 11–12)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1928-02-03) (tracks 1–4)
Studio D, Small Queen’s Hall (1928-02-03) (tracks 1–4)
Queen's Small Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1929-11-08) (tracks 6–7)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1930-09-15) (tracks 14–18)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1930-11-22) (tracks 14–15)
arrangement of:
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (for violin and piano) (track 10)
O God, our help in ages past (hymn to tune St. Anne) (track 4)
arrangements:
Bavarian Dance no. 1 (for violin and piano, arr. Henley) (track 11)
Bavarian Dance no. 3 (for violin and piano, arr. Henley) (track 13)
Chanson de matin (for brass band, Wright) (track 10)
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (for string quartet, arr. Paul Cassidy) (track 10)
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 10)
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (for orchestra) (track 10)
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (arr. by Roger Turner) (track 10)
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (for organ, Brewer) (track 10)
Chanson de nuit, op. 15 no. 1 (for string quartet, arr. Paul Cassidy) (track 9)
Chanson de nuit, op. 15 no. 1 (arr. Roger Turner) (track 9)
Chanson de nuit, op. 15 no. 1 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 9)
Mazurka, op. 10 no. 1 (for violin and piano) (track 6)
is based on:
Coronation Ode, op. 44: VI. Finale: "Land of Hope and Glory" (contralto soloist, with chorus) (track 1)
later versions:
Chanson de nuit, op. 15 no. 1 (for orchestra) (track 9)
Land of Hope and Glory (The Enid version) (track 1)
part of:
The Light of Life, op. 29 (Alternative title: 'Lux Christi') (track 5)
Chanson de nuit and Chanson de matin, op. 15 (for violin and piano) (tracks 9–10)
Fantasia and Fugue in C minor, op. 86, BWV 537 (Elgar orchestration) (tracks 19–20)
Crown of India Suite, op. 66 (tracks 14–18)
partial recording of:
recording of:
Chanson de nuit, op. 15 no. 1 (for orchestra) (1926-04-27) (track 9)
Chanson de nuit, op. 15 no. 1 (for violin and piano) (1926-04-27) (track 9)
Fantasia and Fugue in C minor, op. 86, BWV 537: Fantasia (Elgar orchestration) (1926-04-28) (track 19)
Fantasia and Fugue in C minor, op. 86, BWV 537: Fugue (Elgar orchestration) (1926-04-28) (track 20)
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (for violin and piano) (1927-04-01) (track 10)
Chanson de matin, op. 15 no. 2 (for orchestra) (1927-04-01) (track 10)
Three Bavarian Dances: No. 1. The Dance (1927-07-15) (track 11)
Three Bavarian Dances: No. 2. Lullaby (1927-07-15) (track 12)
Land of Hope and Glory (1928-02-03) (track 1)
National Anthem (1928-02-03) (track 3)
O God, our help in ages past (arr. Elgar) (1928-02-03) (track 4)
version of:
Chanson de nuit, op. 15 no. 1 (for violin and piano) (track 9)

CD 7

premiered in:
Worcester, Worcestershire, United Kingdom (1890-09-09) (track 1)
cello:
Beatrice Harrison (1928-03-23 – 1928-06-13) (tracks 9–12)
balance engineer:
Arthur S. Clarke (Engineer) (tracks 2, 7–8)
G. W. Dillnutt (track 2)
J. H. Ellis (engineer) (tracks 7–8)
Edward Fowler (engineer) (tracks 2, 7–8)
unknown (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (track 1)
M. J. C. Alexander (1928-03-23) (tracks 9–12)
Arthur S. Clarke (Engineer) (1928-03-23) (tracks 9–12)
A. D. Lawrence (1928-03-23) (tracks 9–12)
W. Vogel (1928-03-23) (tracks 9–12)
Arthur S. Clarke (Engineer) (1928-06-13) (tracks 9–12)
G. W. Dillnutt (1928-06-13) (tracks 9–12)
W. Vogel (1928-06-13) (tracks 9–12)
F. C. Bulkley (1930-09-15) (tracks 3–6)
Arthur S. Clarke (Engineer) (1930-09-15) (tracks 3–6)
G. W. Dillnutt (1930-09-15) (tracks 3–6)
C. C. Blyton (engineer) (1930-09-18) (tracks 3–6)
F. C. Bulkley (1930-09-18) (tracks 3–6)
Arthur S. Clarke (Engineer) (1930-09-18) (tracks 3–6)
composer:
Edward Elgar (1890) (track 1)
Edward Elgar (1897) (track 2)
Edward Elgar (1903 – 1904) (tracks 3–6)
Edward Elgar (1913) (tracks 7–8)
Edward Elgar (1918 – 1919) (tracks 9–12)
conductor:
Sir Edward Elgar (1926-04-27) (track 2)
Sir Edward Elgar (1928-03-23 – 1928-06-13) (tracks 9–12)
Sir Edward Elgar (1929-11-08) (tracks 7–8)
Sir Edward Elgar (1930-09-15 – 1930-09-18) (tracks 3–6)
Sir Edward Elgar (1933-02-21) (track 1)
dedicated to:
Frank Schuster (tracks 3–6)
orchestra:
Royal Albert Hall Orchestra (1926-04-27) (track 2)
New Symphony Orchestra (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (1928-03-23 – 1928-06-13) (tracks 9–12)
New Symphony Orchestra (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (1929-11-08) (tracks 7–8)
London Symphony Orchestra (1930-09-15 – 1930-09-18) (tracks 3–6)
London Symphony Orchestra (1933-02-21) (track 1)
premiered at:
[concert] (1901-06-20) (track 2)
publisher:
Boosey & Co. (1901) (track 2)
premiered at:
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1901-06-20) (track 2)
Royal Opera House in London, England, United Kingdom (1904-03-16) (tracks 3–6)
recorded at:
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1926-04-27) (track 2)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1928-03-23) (tracks 9–12)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1928-06-13) (tracks 9–12)
Queen's Small Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1929-11-08) (tracks 7–8)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1930-09-15) (tracks 3–6)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1930-09-18) (tracks 3–6)
part of:
Works of Edward Elgar by opus number (number: op. 19) (track 1)
Works of Edward Elgar by opus number (number: op. 40) (track 2)
Works of Edward Elgar by opus number (number: op. 50) (tracks 3–6)
arrangements:
Viola Concerto: I. Adagio - Moderato (arr. Lionel Tertis) (track 9)
Viola Concerto: II. Lento - Allegretto molto (arr. Lionel Tertis) (track 10)
Viola Concerto: III. Adagio (arr. Lionel Tertis) (track 11)
Viola Concerto: IV. Allegro (arr. Lionel Tertis) (track 12)
is the basis for:
Canto popolare (for viola and piano) (tracks 3–6)
part of:
Falstaff, op. 68 (Symphonic Study) (tracks 7–8)
Cello Concerto in E minor, op. 85 (movement) (tracks 9–12)
partial recording of:
In the South (Alassio), op. 50 (1930-09-15 – 1930-09-18) (tracks 3–6)
recording of:
Cockaigne (In London Town), op. 40 (1926-04-27) (track 2)
Cello Concerto in E minor, op. 85: I. Adagio - Moderato (1928-03-23 – 1928-06-13) (track 9)
Cello Concerto in E minor, op. 85: II. Lento - Allegro molto (1928-03-23 – 1928-06-13) (track 10)
Cello Concerto in E minor, op. 85: III. Adagio (1928-03-23 – 1928-06-13) (track 11)
Froissart Overture, op. 19 (1933-02-21) (track 1)

CD 8

premiered in:
Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom (1901-10-19) (tracks 14–15)
piano:
Edward Elgar (1929-11-06) (tracks 9–13)
arranger:
Edward Elgar (1888) (tracks 3, 3)
Edward Elgar (1901) (track 6)
Edward Elgar (1915) (track 2)
balance engineer:
M. J. C. Alexander (tracks 16–17)
C. C. Blyton (engineer) (track 18)
F. C. Bulkley (tracks 8, 18)
A. S. Clarke (Engineer) (tracks 1–8, 14–15, 18–19)
G. W. Dillnutt (tracks 14–15)
J. H. Ellis (engineer) (tracks 1–7)
Edward Fowler (engineer) (tracks 1–7, 14–15, 19)
D. F. Larter (tracks 16–17)
unknown (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (tracks 9–13)
composer:
Sir Edward Elgar (dec’d) (tracks 1, 4, 8)
Edward Elgar (1882) (track 2)
Edward Elgar (1888) (tracks 3, 3)
Edward Elgar (1899) (track 5)
Edward Elgar (1901) (tracks 6, 14–15)
Edward Elgar (1902) (track 19)
Edward Elgar (1904) (track 16)
Edward Elgar (1907) (track 17)
Edward Elgar (1913-12) (track 7)
Edward Elgar (1929-11-06) (tracks 9–13)
Edward Elgar (1930) (track 18)
conductor:
Sir Edward Elgar (1926-04-27) (tracks 14–15)
Sir Edward Elgar (1927-07-15) (tracks 16–17)
Edward Elgar (1929-11-06) (tracks 9–13)
Sir Edward Elgar (1929-11-07) (tracks 1–2, 5–7)
Sir Edward Elgar (1929-11-07 – 1929-11-08) (tracks 3–4)
Edward Elgar (1929-11-08) (track 3)
Sir Edward Elgar (1930-09-18) (track 18)
Sir Edward Elgar (1931-11-12) (track 19)
dedicated to:
Winifred Stephens (track 7)
lyricist:
orchestra:
Royal Albert Hall Orchestra (1926-04-27) (tracks 14–15)
London Symphony Orchestra (1927-07-15) (tracks 16–17)
New Symphony Orchestra of London (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (1929-11-07) (tracks 1–2, 5–7)
New Symphony Orchestra of London (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (1929-11-07 – 1929-11-08) (tracks 3–4)
New Symphony Orchestra (often referred to as just The New Symphony Orchestra) (1929-11-08) (track 3)
London Symphony Orchestra (1930-09-18) (track 18)
London Symphony Orchestra (1931-11-12) (track 19)
performer:
London Symphony Orchestra (1928-12-20) (track 8)
publisher:
premiered at:
publisher:
Boosey & Co. Ltd. (track 14)
Elkin & Co. (1901) (track 6)
Elkin & Co. (1914) (track 7)
premiered at:
The Crystal Palace in London, England, United Kingdom (1889-11-11) (tracks 3, 3)
St. James’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1900-11-27) (track 5)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1905-03-08) (track 16)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1907-08-24) (track 17)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1930-09-20) (track 18)
recorded at:
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1926-04-27) (tracks 14–15)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1927-07-15) (tracks 16–17)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1928-12-20) (track 8)
Queen's Small Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1929-11-06) (tracks 9–13)
Queen's Small Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1929-11-07) (tracks 1–2, 5–7)
Queen's Small Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1929-11-07 – 1929-11-08) (tracks 3–4)
Queen's Small Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1929-11-08) (track 3)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1930-09-18) (track 18)
part of:
Works of Edward Elgar by opus number (number: op. 21) (track 4)
arrangement of:
May Song (for piano) (track 6)
Salut d'Amour, op. 12 (for violin and piano) (tracks 3, 3)
arrangements:
Carissima (for piano) (track 7)
Carissima (for violin and piano) (track 7)
Pomp and Circumstance Marches, op. 39: March no. 1 in D major (catch-all for arrangements) (track 14)
is based on:
Coronation Ode, op. 44: VI. Finale: "Land of Hope and Glory" (contralto soloist, with chorus) (track 19)
is the basis for:
Coronation Ode, op. 44: VI. Finale: "Land of Hope and Glory" (contralto soloist, with chorus) (track 14)
later translated versions:
Salut d'Amour (Swedish translation by Carl Gehrman) (tracks 3, 3)
later versions:
Land of Hope and Glory (The Enid version) (track 19)
Nederland en Oranje (track 19)
part of:
Beau Brummel (tracks 1, 8)
Five Piano Improvisations (tracks 9–13)
recording of:
Beau Brummel: Minuet (1928-12-20) (track 8)
Five Piano Improvisations: No. 1 (1929-11-06) (track 9)
Five Piano Improvisations: No. 2 (1929-11-06) (track 10)
Five Piano Improvisations: No. 3 (1929-11-06) (track 11)
Five Piano Improvisations: No. 4 (1929-11-06) (track 12)
Five Piano Improvisations: No. 5 (1929-11-06) (track 13)
Beau Brummel: Minuet (1929-11-07) (track 1)
Carissima (for small orchestra) (1929-11-07) (track 7)
May Song (for small orchestra) (1929-11-07) (track 6)
Rosemary (“That’s for Remembrance”) (arrangement for small orchestra) (1929-11-07) (track 2)
Sérénade lyrique (for orchestra) (1929-11-07) (track 5)
Minuet, op. 21 (1929-11-07 – 1929-11-08) (track 4)
Salut d'Amour, op. 12 (for orchestra) (1929-11-07 – 1929-11-08) (track 3)
Salut d'Amour, op. 12 (for orchestra) (1929-11-08) (track 3)
Land of Hope and Glory (1931-11-12) (track 19)
referred to in medleys:

CD 9

premiered in:
Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom (1901-10-19) (tracks 2–3)
organ:
Berkeley Mason (1932-10-07) (track 2)
balance engineer:
unknown (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (tracks 1–9)
composer:
Edward Elgar (track 11)
Edward Elgar (1892) (tracks 6–8)
Edward Elgar (1897) (track 5)
Edward Elgar (1901) (tracks 2–3)
Edward Elgar (1901 – 1906) (track 1)
Edward Elgar (1907) (track 4)
Edward Elgar (1909) (track 9)
Edward Elgar (1911) (track 14)
Edward Elgar (1933) (tracks 12–13)
conductor:
Sir Edward Elgar (1932-10-07) (tracks 2–3)
Sir Edward Elgar (1933-04-11) (tracks 1, 4–5)
Sir Edward Elgar (1933-08-29) (tracks 6–9)
Lawrance Collingwood (1934-01-22) (tracks 10–11)
Edward Elgar (1934-01-22) (tracks 10–11)
J. Ainslie Murray (conductor) (1934-02-08) (track 12)
Haydn Wood (1935-01-07) (track 13)
Sir Landon Ronald (1935-03-07) (track 14)
dedicated to:
Fred Gaisberg (tracks 12–13)
orchestra:
BBC Symphony Orchestra (1932-10-07) (tracks 2–3)
BBC Symphony Orchestra (1933-04-11) (tracks 1, 4–5)
London Philharmonic Orchestra (1933-08-29) (tracks 6–9)
London Symphony Orchestra (1934-01-22) (tracks 10–11)
New Light Symphony Orchestra (1934-02-08) (track 12)
Light Symphony Orchestra (1935-01-07) (track 13)
London Philharmonic Orchestra (1935-03-07) (track 14)
producer:
Rex Palmer (tracks 10–11)
publisher:
Edward Elgar (track 2)
premiered at:
[concert] (1901-06-20) (track 5)
publisher:
Boosey & Co. Ltd. (track 2)
Boosey & Co. (1901) (track 5)
premiered at:
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1901-06-20) (track 5)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1907-08-24) (track 4)
Mansion House in London, England, United Kingdom (1909-07-13) (track 9)
Westminster Abbey in London, England, United Kingdom (1911-06-22) (track 14)
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1932-10-07) (tracks 2–3)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1933-08-29) (tracks 6–9)
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1935-03-07) (track 14)
part of:
Works of Edward Elgar by opus number (number: op. 40) (track 5)
Works of Edward Elgar by opus number (number: op. 58) (track 9)
Works of Edward Elgar by opus number (number: op. 65) (track 14)
arrangements:
Pomp and Circumstance Marches, op. 39: March no. 1 in D major (catch-all for arrangements) (track 2)
instrumental recording of:
is the basis for:
Coronation Ode, op. 44: VI. Finale: "Land of Hope and Glory" (contralto soloist, with chorus) (track 2)
part of:
Caractacus, op. 35 (tracks 10–11)
partial instrumental recording of:
recording of:
Cockaigne (In London Town), op. 40 (1933-04-11) (track 5)
The Kingdom, op. 51: Prelude (1933-04-11) (track 1)
Elegy, op. 58 (1933-08-29) (track 9)
Mina (1934-02-08) (track 12)
Mina (1935-01-07) (track 13)
Coronation March, op. 65 (1935-03-07) (track 14)
referred to in medleys:

Release

liner notes: Richard Abram
mastering: Paul Baily (audio engineer)
Michael J. Dutton
Anthony C. Griffith (engineer)
John Holland (engineer)
Peter Mew
Andrew Walter (mastering engineer)
miscellaneous support: Lawrance Collingwood
producer: Fred Gaisberg