Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Enigma Variations, op. 36: Theme - CAE
Sir Edward Elgar 3:06
2 Enigma Variations, op. 36: HDS-P
Sir Edward Elgar 0:53
3 Enigma Variations, op. 36: RBT
Sir Edward Elgar 1:25
4 Enigma Variations, op. 36: WMB
Sir Edward Elgar 0:33
5 Enigma Variations, op. 36: RPA
Sir Edward Elgar 2:03
6 Enigma Variations, op. 36: Ysobel
Sir Edward Elgar 1:15
7 Enigma Variations, op. 36: Troyte
Sir Edward Elgar 0:55
8 Enigma Variations, op. 36: WN
Sir Edward Elgar 1:57
9 Enigma Variations, op. 36: Nimrod
Sir Edward Elgar 3:42
10 Enigma Variations, op. 36: Dorabella
Sir Edward Elgar 2:37
11 Enigma Variations, op. 36: GRS
Sir Edward Elgar 0:57
12 Enigma Variations, op. 36: BGN
Sir Edward Elgar 2:38
13 Enigma Variations, op. 36: Romanza
Sir Edward Elgar 2:40
14 Enigma Variations, op. 36: EDU
Sir Edward Elgar 4:54
15 Pomp and Circumstance Marches, op. 39 no. 1 in D major
Sir Edward Elgar 6:03
16 Pomp and Circumstance Marches, op. 39 no. 4 in G major
Sir Edward Elgar 4:47
17 Salut d'amour, op. 12
Sir Edward Elgar 3:30
18 Serenade for Strings: I. Allegro piacevole
Sir Edward Elgar 3:17
19 Serenade for Strings: II. Larghetto
Sir Edward Elgar 5:49
20 Serenade for Strings: III. Allegretto
Sir Edward Elgar 2:31

Credits

CD 1

premiered in:
Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom (1901-10-19) (track 15)
arranger:
Edward Elgar (1888) (track 17)
composer:
Edward Elgar (1888) (track 17)
Edward Elgar (1892) (tracks 18–20)
Edward Elgar (1899) (tracks 1–14)
Edward Elgar (1901) (track 15)
Edward Elgar (1907) (track 16)
conductor:
Adrian Leaper (1989) (track 18)
Adrian Leaper (1989-01-09 – 1989-01-15) (tracks 1–17)
Adrian Leaper (1989-09-17 – 1989-09-19) (tracks 19–20)
dedicated to:
Isabel Fitton (track 6)
Augustus J. Jaeger (track 9)
Lady Mary Lygon (track 13)
Winifred Norbury (track 8)
Dora Penny (track 10)
orchestra:
Capella Istropolitana (1989) (track 18)
Bratislava Radio Symphony Orchestra (Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra) (1989-01-09 – 1989-01-15) (tracks 1–17)
Capella Istropolitana (1989-09-17 – 1989-09-19) (tracks 19–20)
producer:
Günter Appenheimer (producer/engineer) (1989-01) (tracks 1–17)
Günter Appenheimer (producer/engineer) (1989-04 – 1989-09) (tracks 18–20)
publisher:
phonographic copyright by:
publisher:
Boosey & Co. Ltd. (track 15)
premiered at:
The Crystal Palace in London, England, United Kingdom (1889-11-11) (track 17)
Queen’s Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1907-08-24) (track 16)
recorded at:
Concert Hall of the Slovak Radio in Bratislava, Bratislavský kraj, Slovakia (1989-01-09 – 1989-01-15) (tracks 1–17)
Moyzesova sieň in Bratislava, Bratislavský kraj, Slovakia (1989-09-17 – 1989-09-19) (tracks 18–20)
arrangement of:
Salut d'Amour, op. 12 (for violin and piano) (track 17)
arrangements:
Enigma Variations, op. 36: I. C.A.E. (for piano) (track 1)
Enigma Variations, op. 36: V. R.P.A. (for piano) (track 5)
Enigma Variations, op. 36: XI. G.R.S. (for piano) (track 11)
Pomp and Circumstance Marches, op. 39: March no. 1 in D major (catch-all for arrangements) (track 15)
is the basis for:
Coronation Ode, op. 44: VI. Finale: "Land of Hope and Glory" (contralto soloist, with chorus) (track 15)
Sanctus (based on "Nimrod" from Variations on an Original Theme ('Enigma'), op. 36) (track 9)
Sanctus Dei (track 9)
The Globalist (track 9)
later translated versions:
Salut d'Amour (Swedish translation by Carl Gehrman) (track 17)
later versions:
Nimrod (track 9)
part of:
recording of:
Pomp and Circumstance Marches, op. 39: March no. 1 in D major (1989-01-09 – 1989-01-15) (track 15)
Pomp and Circumstance Marches, op. 39: March no. 4 in G major (1989-01-09 – 1989-01-15) (track 16)
Salut d'Amour, op. 12 (for orchestra) (1989-01-09 – 1989-01-15) (track 17)
Serenade for Strings in E minor, op. 20: II. Larghetto (1989-09-17 – 1989-09-19) (track 19)
Serenade for Strings in E minor, op. 20: III. Allegretto (1989-09-17 – 1989-09-19) (track 20)
referred to in medleys: