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No other composer expresses England and Englishness quite like Edward Elgar
Elgar left Craeg Lea for Hereford (pictured) in 1904. By this time, he was Britain's greatest living composer and he was knighted the following year. In wrote a succession of masterpieces, he violin and cello concertos, in the next 16 years, until the death of his wife Alice in 1920.
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