Froissart. Concert-ov., Op.19, by Elgar comp. for and f.p. at Worcester Fest. 1890. Title refers to passage in Scott's Old Mortality in which Claverhouse speaks of his enthusiasm for the historical romances and Chronicles of the Fr. writer Jean Froissart (1337–1410). Score is headed by Keats quotation ‘When chivalry lifted up her lance on high’.
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