Serenade No.9 in D major K.320 (Posthorn) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Fauré: 15 facts about the Great Composer
Fauré was hugely popular in Britain. He visited often and even played at Buckingham Palace in 1908. He attended the London premiere of Elgar's First Symphony that year and had dinner with Elgar afterwards. "I admired him greatly," said Elgar, who tried to get Fauré's Requiem put on at the Three Choirs Festival.