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No. 4 In G Major - Elgar* / Bliss* - Pomp And Circumstance Marches / Things To Come

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  1. But the Pomp and Circumstance March No. 4 here has garnered a good measure of popularity, as well. It, too, has a catchy trio theme and quite attractive music in the outer sections. This G major work is instantly recognizable as pure, festive Elgar, having those same colorful and joyous sonorities and a somewhat proud nonchalance in its trio.
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  4. - Elgar; Pomp and Circumstance Marches. Bliss. Sir Arthur Bliss conducting The London Symphony ballarnfeziussaikelv.infoinfo - ballarnfeziussaikelv.infoinfo MusicPrice: $
  5. Pomp & Circumstance March No. 4 in G. The fourth was completed on 7 June , five days after Elgar’s 50th birthday, and was given its first performance just under seven weeks later, on 24 August, with Henry Wood conducting.
  6. The best known of the six marches, Pomp And Circumstance March No. 1 In D had its premiere, along with March No. 2, in Liverpool on 19 October , with Alfred Rodewald conducting the Liverpool Orchestral Society. Elgar and his wife attended, and it was a "frantic" success.
  7. The most famous of Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance Marches is the first of the five, which has the melody ‘Land of hope and glory’, but the fourth contains a tune which lingers in the memory and arouses deep patriotic emotions to a similar extent.

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