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Edward Elgar (1857-1934) composed 6 Pomp and Circumstance Military Marches.
The Pomp and Circumstance marches are • March No. 1 in D (1901) • March No. 2 in A minor (1901) • March No. 3 in C minor (1904) • March No. 4 in G (1907) • March No. 5 in C (1930) • March No. 6 in G minor • March No. 4 is as upbeat and ceremonial as No. 1, containing another big tune in the central Trio section.
March No. 4 was completed on 7 June 1907, and dedicated "To my friend Dr. G. Robertson Sinclair, Hereford". It was first performed on 24 August 1907, in the Queen's Hall, London, conducted by the composer.
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