for SATB unaccompanied Described by Elgar as an elegy for
unaccompanied chorus, this mournful, reverent, and dignified
setting was composed for a service commemorating Queen Victoria on
the anniversary of her death. The text is by Cardinal John Henry
Newman, whose poem The Dream of Gerontius was set by Elgar in one
of his most enduringly popular works.
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