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Sursum Corda

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Sir Edward Elgar

Edward Elgar (trans. Houseknecht)


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This title translates from the Latin as "Lift up your hearts." It bears the designation Opus 11.


General Info

Year: 1894 / 1967
Duration:
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Carl Fischer
Cost: Score and Parts – Out of print.


Instrumentation

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Errata

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Program Notes

Sursum corda, Op. 11 is a musical work by the English composer Edward Elgar for strings, brass, timpani and organ, composed in 1894. The composer dedicated it to his friend Henry Dyke Acland (1850-1936), an amateur cellist who was his golfing companion, manager of the Worcester Old Bank in Malvern, and son of Henry Acland.

It was first performed at Worcester Cathedral on 9 April 1894, under the baton of Hugh Blair, organist of the cathedral. The composer was absent from this performance due to the ill health.

The title translates from the Latin to read, "Lift up your hearts".

- Program Note from Wikipedia


Commercial Discography

None discovered thus far.


State Ratings

  • Louisiana: IV


Performances

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Works for Winds by this Composer

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Resources

  • Elgar, E.; Houseknecht, B. (1967). Sursum corda = (Lift up your hearts) : op. 11 [score]. C. Fischer: New York.
  • Sursum Corda, Wikipedia Accessed 7 February 2017