Severn Suite. 5-movt. suite for brass band, Op.87, by Elgar, comp. 1930 (using sketches from as far back as 1879) for Crystal Palace competitive band fest. (Brass band orch. from Elgar's piano score by H. Geehl. Rev. edn. (restoring orig. key of C major) by G. Brand, 1983.) Ded. to Bernard Shaw. Arr. for orch. by composer 1932. Arr. for org. as sonata No.2, Op.87a, by I. Atkins, 1933 (this omits a movt. and contains mus. comp. by Atkins).
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