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For the Italian racing driver, see Vincenzo Sospiri. Sospiri, Op. 70, is an adagio for string orchestra, harp (or piano), and organ (or harmonium) composed by Edward Elgar just before the beginning of World War I. Elgar originally intended it for violin and piano, as a companion piece to Salut d'Amour and had in mind the title. First Publication. Dedication, W.H. Reed. Average DurationAvg. Duration, 5 minutes. Composer Time PeriodComp. Period, Early 20th century. Piece Style, Romantic. Instrumentation, ad lib. harp (or piano) (ad. lib.), and harmonium (or organ) (ad. lib.), strings. External Links, Wikipedia article · Elgar Society. 24 Oct I have recently finished Two Elegiac Pieces, two arrangements of short string orchestra pieces by Elgar for chamber ensemble. It was a project I had been meaning to finish for about three years and finally finished it last week as a distraction from pieces I really should have been writing. One of the two.
In many ways we can view Edward Elgar's Sospiri op. 70 as an historical relic; a picture-postcard of a long-forgotten age, passed over for Germanic monoliths and Parisian verve. A time when brief, highly-charged atmospheric studies were the plait jour of chamber concerts, and publishers would produce little else for the. Elgar provisionally called this short work Soupir d'Amour, intending it as a companion piece to Salut d'Amour, a light popular work for the masses. What emerged, however, was a work of considerably greater substance. He composed it in the months leading up to the outbreak of the First World War and it was perhaps the. Watch the video for Sospiri, Op. 70 by Sir Edward Elgar for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.