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No other composer expresses England and Englishness quite like Edward Elgar
The house isn't far from the slopes of the Malvern Hills where Elgar would often walk. One such walk with his good friend Arthur Troyte Griffith inspired Variation VII, called 'Troyte', when the pair got caught in a thunderstorm and had to rush to a nearby house for cover.
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