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, ranging from tragic passion to buoyant optimism. Cellists and other music lovers will delight in this full score of Elgar's last major work, reproduced from an authoritative source.
Reprint of the Novello & Company, Ltd., London, 1921 edition.
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|Dimensions||8 3/8 x 11|