English composer Edward Elgar

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  • "Clapham Town End" is an old Yorkshire folk song which was harmonised by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1890.
  • "Fight for Right" is a song written by the English composer Edward Elgar, with words taken from The Story of Sigurd the Volsung by William Morris.
  • "The Language of Flowers" is a song from a poem by the American poet and botanist James Gates Percival, with music written by the English composer Edward Elgar, when he was only fourteen years old.
  • "The Immortal Legions" is a poem written by Alfred Noyes, and set to music by the English composer Edward Elgar.
  • "It isnae me" is a poem by Sally Holmes which was set to music by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1930.
  • "There are seven that pull the thread" is a song with words by W. B. Yeats, and music written by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1901.
  • "The Poet's Life" is a song written by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1892, with words by "Ellen Burroughs".
  • "The Self Banished" is a poem written by Edmund Waller in about 1645, and is one of the first songs written by the English composer Edward Elgar.
  • In 1879 the English composer Edward Elgar wrote an early musical work, part of his Harmony Music for a wind quintet, which he titled Mrs. Winslow's soothing syrup.
  • "Dry those fair, those crystal eyes" is a poem by Henry King (1591-1669) Bishop of Chichester, set to music by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1899.
  • Diarmuid and Grania is a play in poetic prose co-written by George Moore and W. B. Yeats in 1901, with incidental music by the English composer Edward Elgar.
  • "The Lowestoft Boat" is a poem written by Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), and set to music by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1917, as the first of a set of four war-related songs on nautical subjects for which he chose the title "The Fringes of the Fleet".
  • "Submarines" is a poem written by Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), and set to music by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1917, as the third of a set of four war-related songs on nautical subjects for which he chose the title "The Fringes of the Fleet".
  • "The Sweepers" is a poem written by Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), and set to music by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1917, as the fourth of a set of four war-related songs on nautical subjects for which he chose the title "The Fringes of the Fleet".

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