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A selection of uplifting and reflective music to mark Remembrance Day. Much of the music is written by composers who served in the war, or composed during war time.
Completed in 1915, Edward Elgar was inspired to write this piece by his friend Sir Sidney Colvin, setting the famous text by Laurence Binyon. "My portion of this work I dedicate to the memory of our glorious men, with a special thought for the Worcesters," said Elgar. Photo: Getty
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