A tour de force for any cellist, Elgar's magnificent Cello Concerto is performed more frequently than any other except that of Dvorák. Regarded as an elegy for a lost world, the Cello Concerto was written after the composer's lengthy creative stagnation during World War I. Melodic and evocative, it exhibits a remarkable scope.
Reprint of the Novello & Company, Ltd., London, 1921 edition.
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