Elegy for 24 Violins and Organ

The Elegy for 24 Violins and Organ is a piece of music composed in 1908 by Frederick Corder. It was first performed that same year at the Queen's Hall in London. It first appeared on print in 1910, dedicated to the memory of Victor Harris, a child prodigy violinist who had become a sensation in England and passed away in 1908 at the age of 13. An average performance of the piece lasts seven minutes.

This piece contains the following parts:

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Elegy for 24 Violins and Organ

Frederick Corder

Frederick Corder was an English composer and music teacher. Corder was born in Hackney, the son of Micah Corder and his wife ...
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