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London's Royal College of Music, based in South Kensington, is one of the world's most prestigious places to study music. It also houses a library of historic manuscripts and a museum of antique instruments. Here are some of the highlights of the college's collection
At its first performance at a meeting of “Fight for Right” on 28 March 1916, Jerusalem was sung with organ accompaniment, but Parry later orchestrated it for use at large-scale concerts, and in 1922 Elgar re-orchestrated it in the version that's best-known today.
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