Archive

The Elgar Society Journal first appeared as a separate publication in 1999. Since then three editions each year have been published and distributed to society members and many educational establishments. Here, for the first time, all editions of The Journal are available as a single archive. They may prove especially useful to those wishing to use the material for research purposes. Some editions may be downloaded in more than one part where file sizes are too large.

The link to each edition is followed by a list of its contents. For a detailed abstract of each article featured click here. Journal Abstracts

The three most recent issues of the Journal are available to Elgar Society members only. Members of the Royal Musical Association, the American Musicological Society, the Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen and the Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM), the Graduate Center of The City University of New York may access these three editions here with the password to be found on their respective websites.

Link to the latest editions of the Journal.

Contributors

Anyone wishing to contribute an essay or article for inclusion in future editions should, in the first place, send an abstract or proposal to journal@elgar.org .

Notes for contributors

Half Century,  The Elgar Society 1951-2001

In 2001 the Elgar Society celebrated its 50th anniversary by holding a weekend of lectures and concerts culminating in an Anniversary Dinner, which all took place on the campus of Worcester University.  As part of the celebrations, the Society published a booklet charting the development of the Society through its first fifty years.  Here, for the first time, Half Century, The Elgar Society 1951-2001 becomes available for all, to read.

Half Century, The Elgar Society 1951-2001

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Vol.11 No.1 March 1999

ARTHUR TROYTE GRIFFITH 1864 – 1942 Enigma Variation ( No VII, ‘Troyte’) and Malvern character. Catherine Moody
THE GREAT WAR (1914-1919): Elgar and the Creative Challenge. Andrew Neill
MEMORIES OF ELGAR AND REED. Hugh Seal
BRAMO ASSAI’ : A POSTSCRIPT. Brian Trowell
STILL MORE ON ELGAR/PAYNE 3ON REPEATED HEARINGS OF THE ELGAR/PAYNE THIRD SYMPHONY. Peter Taylor
Reviews, Letters, 100YEARS AGO…

Vol.11 No.2 July 1999

ELGAR’S TE DEUM & BENEDICTUS. John Winter

ONE STORY, TWO VISIONS Textual Differences between Elgar’s and Newman’s The Dream of Gerontius. Charles E McGuire

ELGAR AND QUEEN MARY’S DOLLS’ HOUSE. David Bury

ELGAR’S POLONIA, Op 76. Joseph A Herter

OBITUARY: THE LORD MENUHIN (1916 – 1999)

ELGAR AND THE BOY VIOLINIST

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol.11 No.3 November 1999

THE RETURN OF THE DOVE TO THE ARK ‘Enigma’ Variations a Century on. Jerrold Northrop Moore

ELGAR’S SEA PICTURES A Short History, Interpretation, and Annotated Discography. Roger Hecht

“OH! THAT SHEFFIELD CHORUS” King Olaf at the 1899 Sheffield Festival. Geoffrey Hodgkins

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol.11 No.4 March 2000

KING OLAF TRYGGVASON AND SIR EDWARD ELGAR. Gillian Fellows-Jensen

INTERPRETING ELGAR – A CONDUCTOR’S THOUGHTS. Rory Boyle

SINGER, SOLDIER… REMEMBERING CHARLES MOTT. Charles A Hooey

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol.11 No.5 July 2000

‘ANY FRIEND OF ELGAR’S IS A FRIEND OF MINE’ Barbirolli and Elgar. K D Mitchell

ELGAR AND CAMBRIDGE. Percy M Young

A DEVIL OF A FUGUE Berlioz, Elgar, and Introduction and Allegro. Julian Rushton

MORE ON MOTT… Charles A Hooey

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol.11 No.6 November 2000

“THE PASSIONATE PILGRIMAGE OF A SOUL” Elgar and Canon Temple Gairdner. Geoffrey Hodgkins

OVERVIEW : ENGLISH SYMPHONIES. Roger Hecht

FRANK BERNARD GREATWICH (1906-2000)

TWO RARE ELGAR PHOTOGRAPHS

ELGAR AND THE CAMBRIDGE DOCTORATE

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol.12 No.1 March 2001

ELGAR AND WARLOCK (PHILIP HESELTINE) Barry Smith

ANOTHER RARE ELGAR PHOTOGRAPH

ELGAR’S ‘BRASS BAND THING’ The Severn Suite – Postscript. Philip Maund

PLAYING WITH ELGAR. John Denison

A DISCOGRAPHY OF BARBIROLLI’S ELGAR RECORDINGS. K D Mitchell

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol.12 No.2 July 2001

NIMROD IN THE METRO Hearing Elgar in France. Anthony Suter

MEMOIRS OF A YOUNG SINGER. Ruth Newcomb Moore

EDWARD ELGAR. Nora Clegg

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol.12 No.3 November 2001

A RECORD LIFE : 1927-1975. John Whittle

ELGAR’S CONCERT ALLEGRO. Diana McVeagh

ELGAR VIOLIN CONCERTO. Frank-Peter Zimmermann

Post-Scriptum to NIMROD IN THE METRO. Anthony Suter

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol.12 No.4 March 2002

CORONATION ODE Analytical notes. Joseph Bennett

ELGAR’S POLONIA UPDATED. Joseph A Herter

ELGAR AND ENGLISHNESS

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol.12 No.5 July 2002

ELGAR’S GERONTIUS A Dream of Transcendence. David Lemon

CHARLES SANFORD TERRY IN THE ELGAR DIARIES the chronicle of a friendship. Alison I. Shiel

SIR CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD (1852–1924): CHORAL MUSIC A Personal Odyssey for the 150th Anniversary of his Birth. Lewis Foreman

Surrey Elgar Conference. Julian Rushton

The Circumstances of Pomp—Sir Edward Elgar as a Historical Figure’. A Lecture by Professor David Cannadine

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol.12 No.6 November 2002

ELGAR-PAYNE: WHOSE SYMPHONY? Stephen Johnson

WAS ARTHUR BENSON A JINGOIST? David Bury

CHARLES SANFORD TERRY AND THE ELGAR VIOLIN CONCERTO. Alison I. Shiel

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 13, No. 1 March 2003

HEDLEY’S ELGAR. Arthur S. Reynolds

MURIEL THE GORGEOUS. Charles A. Hooey

EDWARD ELGAR, THE CROWN OF INDIA, and the IMAGE OF EMPIRE. Corissa Gould

ELGAR’S VISITS TO ABERDEEN. Alison I. Shiel

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 13, No.2 July 2003

A WORD TO THE WISE. Jerrold Northrop Moore

ELGAR: ‘THE FIRST ENGLISH PROGRESSIVE MUSICIAN’. Ian Parrott

‘EVERYTHING I CAN LAY MY HANDS ON’: Elgar’s Theological Library. Geoffrey Hodgkins

THE IMMORTAL SEXTET. Charles A. Hooey

‘SHOPHAR, SHO GOOD’: Early American Performances of The Apostles. Richard Smith

A PROVINCIAL PERFORMANCE OF THE APOSTLES . Norman Staveley

A Special Flame: the music of Elgar and Vaughan Williams

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 13, No.3 November 2003

EARLY PERFORMANCES OF ELGAR’S MUSIC IN BELFAST. Wesley McCann

COMPOSER AS LIBRETTIST: Elgar’s notes on The Apostles. Nicholas Hawker

ALFRED EDWARD RODEWALD (1862–1903). John Kelly

‘WATCHMEN’—BUT WHAT OF THE KNIGHT? Elgar and the musical press. Geoffrey Hodgkins

Fourth Biennial International Conference on Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol.13, No. 4 March 2004

The Elgar Festival at Covent Garden — March 1904. Arthur S. Reynolds

Henry and the Gräfin/Grinder: Elgar and The Starlight Express. J. P. E. Harper-Scott

Elgar’s Remarkable Mother. Michael Trott

Bernard Herrmann’s Admiration and Appreciation of Elgar. Ian Lace

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 13, No. 5 July 2004

Elgar, Charles Sanford Terry and J. S. Bach. Alison I. Shiel

Edward Elgar, A. C. Benson, and the Creation of Land of Hope and Glory. Yvonne M. Ward

The Sounds that Elgar Heard: a background for composition—‘Saetermo’ and ‘Forli’. Catherine Moody

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 13, No. 6 November 2004

Elgar and Literature. Ernest Parkin

More Sounds that Elgar Heard: a composer, nature and the human condition. Catherine Moody

Elgar’s ‘Enigma’: the solution? Andrew Moodie

Elgar’s ‘Enigma’: a Shakespearian solution. Edmund M. Green

Elgar’s ‘Enigma’: a decryption? Stephen Pickett

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 14, No. 1 March 2005 Part 1

The Sounds That Elgar Heard (Part III): Human Life and Nature in Balance. Catherine Moody

Vol. 14, No. 1 March 2005 Part 2

The Last Late-Romantics: Edward Elgar and John Singer Sargent. Arthur S. Reynolds

Vol. 14, No. 1 March 2005 Part 3

The College Hall. Edward Elgar

The Seeds of Greatness.Ian Parrott

Vol. 14, No. 1 March 2005 Part 4

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 14, No. 2 July 2005

Disillusion and Dissolution: Elgar and the poetry of doubt. Dr John Pickard

‘Loveliest, Brightest, Best’: a reappraisal of ‘Enigma’s’ Variation XIII (Part 1). Ernest Blamires

Elgar at the Wheel. Catherine Moody

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 14, No. 3 November 2005

Elgar in Smyrna, 1905. Andrew Neill

‘Loveliest, Brightest, Best’: a reappraisal of ‘Enigma’s’ Variation XIII (Part II). Ernest Blamires

The Shover Uncovered. Martin Bird and Ernest Blamires

The Boon of Far Peru. Geoffrey Hodgkins

University of Birmingham Elgar Conference

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 14, No. 4 March 2006

Sir Edward Elgar, Master of Rhythm. Edward Green

The Sounds that Elgar Heard (Part V): Elgar, Troyte Griffith, and the Geology of Malvern. Catherine Moody

Elgar in Smyrna, 1905 – an Addendum. Andrew Neill

In Memoriam: The Record Guide (1951-56). Michael Plant

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 14, No. 5 July 2006

‘I believe in angels…’ the Role and Gender of the Angel in The Dream of Gerontius. Norma E. Hollingsworth

Elgar, Dot and the Stroud Connection – Part 1. Richard Smith

‘Everything I can lay my hands on’: Elgar’s theological library––Part Two. Geoffrey Hodgkin

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 14, No. 6 November 2006

Elgar, Dot and the Stroud Connection – Part Two. Richard Smith

The A.T. Shaw Lecture 2006: Elgar, Kingdom, and Empire. Julian Rushton

The Enigma of a Variation: The Story of the ‘Dorabella Bequest’ – Part One. Sylvia Bennett

Elgar and ‘his ideal’, Schumann. Brian Newbould

A View from the Past: The Edwardians, by J.B. Michael Plant

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 15, No. 1 March 2007

A High-Victorian Spyglass: Scenes from the Saga of King Olaf and Late Nineteenth-Century British Idealism. Róisín Blunnie

The Seas of Separation. David Owen Norris

Touching Snow: The Story of the ‘Dorabella Bequest’ Part Two – The Riddle of The Shepherd’s Song. Sylvia Bennett

From a Cellist’s view: Symphony no. 2 in Eb. Patrick Jones

In Search of Fritz Kreisler. Michael Plant

Conference reports. Aidan Thomson, Philip Petchey

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 15, No. 2 July 2007

The Gerontius Panels in Westminster Cathedral

A Visit to ‘The Hut’. David McBrien

Elgar and Wagner. Ian Beresford Gleaves

Elgar and Joachim. Arthur S. Reynolds

The Elgar Centenary and the BBC. Geoffrey Hodgkins

Reviews of Music: Elgar’s Improvisations. Julian Rushton

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 15, No. 3 November 2007

The Third ‘E’: Elgar and Englishness. Nalini Ghuman

‘When I was at the Lunatic Asylum…’: Elgar at Powick, 1879–1884. Andrew Lyle

Clarity for Muriel. Charles A. Hooey

‘The Fifteenth Variation’: the BBC Broadcast of 12 May 1957

A Visit to ‘The Hut’: Addenda and Corrigenda. David McBrien

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 15, No.4 March 2008

Reports: The Bard Festival, Oberlin College, Gresham College. Andrew Porter, Andrew Neill, Byron Adams, Julian Rushton

Dame Janet Baker’s Sea Pictures from 1984. Andrew Neill

Yorkshire Light on the First Symphony. Tom Kelly

Elgar and Academe (1): Dent, Forsyth, and what is English Music? Julian Rushton

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 15, No.5 July 2008

Andrew Neill: a tribute to the retiring Chairman. Geoff Hodgkins

The Pre-History of Elgar’s ‘Enigma’ . John Ling

Byron Adams’s ‘Dark Saying’: a Critical Response. William Golding

Gerontius as Ammunition? A Newly Discovered Letter. Duncan Boutwood

Elgar and Academe: Dent, Forsyth, and what is English Music? (Part 2). Julian Rushton

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 15, No.6 November 2008

The A.T. Shaw Lecture 2008. Anthony Payne talks to Geoffrey Hodgkins

Tales from the Complete Edition: or what did Elgar write? John Norris

The People and Places behind Elgar’s Violin Concerto. Lucy Nolan

Elgar’s Cello Concerto: a personal response. Emily Riddle

Picturing Elgar and his contemporaries as conductors: Elgar conducts at Leeds. Lewis Foreman

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 16, No. 1 March 2009

‘Let Beauty Awake’: report on the Elgar-Vaughan Williams symposium. Steven Halls

Alfred Rodewald and the Liverpool Orchestral Society. Anne L. Crowther

Elgar and the Three Choirs Festival. Donald Hunt

An Unusual View of Elgar. Arthur Marshall, introduced by Dominic Guyver

Elgar and Cowen’s Fifth Symphony. Lewis Foreman

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 16, No. 2 July 2009

Friends Revisited: an edition of Elgar Birthplace EB722. Mike Smith

Elgar in Birmingham. Stuart Freed

‘I scramble through things orchestrally’: did Elgar really dislike the piano? John S. Weir

Music for Powick Asylum; Empire March. Daniel M. Grimley, Julian Rushton

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 16, No. 3 November 2009

Summer Repose: the Elgar Birthplace Statue. Ted Maidment

Music in Worcester, 1860–1890. Martin Bird

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 16, No. 4 March 2010

A Matter of Wills. John Drysdale

‘I feel that what I saw is really worthless’: Elgar and the Chapel Royal part-books. Donald Burrows

Some Memories of Elgar; and a note on the Variations. Frank Walters, Christine Walters

All at Sea: Elgar, Kipling and The Fringes of the Fleet. Andrew Neill

Tales from the Complete Edition 2. John Norris and Jerrold Northrop Moore

Harleyford: precursor of Hoffnung, Martin Bird

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 16, No. 5 July 2010

Elgar’s Will: further enigmas. Brian Harvey

The King and the Troubadour: Edward VII and Edward Elgar. Arthur Reynolds

A young friend of Elgar: Alban Claughton (1876–1969). Valerie Langfield

Tales from the Complete Edition 3: Hope and Glory? It’s the Pitt’s. John Norris

Prologomena to the Actua King Arthur Suite. Robert Kay

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 16, No. 6 November 2010 Part 1

Tales from the Complete Edition – ‘It Isnae Her’: Elgar, Women and Song. John Norris

Elgar and Academe: Grove and Tovey. Julian Rushton

Vol. 16, No. 6 November 2010 Part 2

Elgar and Hampstead. Kevin Mitchell

Vol. 16, No. 6 November 2010 Part 3

‘Massive Hope’: A Historian’s View of Elgar’s First Symphony. Carl Newton

The Full Orchestral Score of the Severn Suite. Robert Kay

Book Reviews.

Vol. 16, No. 6 November 2010 Part 4

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 17, No. 1 April 2011

Tales from the Complete Edition – 5: Pageant of Empire. John Norris

Tales from the Complete Edition – 6: Music for Strings. Julian Rushton

A Letter and a Poem Unmasked: Two Documents from John Bridcut’s film Elgar: The Man behind the Mask. Kevin Allen

A very good idea at the time: Sir Edward Elgar – Principal Conductor, London Symphony Orchestra. Martin Bird

Did Elgar achieve a century? Stephen Lloyd

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 17, No. 2 August 2011

Elgar and the man who punched tickets at Worcester Railway Station: The Elgar Society, 1951-2011. Martin Bird

‘An Infinite Variety of Things’. Elgar’s Second Symphony: Disappointment and Triumph. A Listener’s Celebration. Andrew Neill

Symphony No. 2: the music. Julian Rushton

Newman and The Dream of Gerontius. Ian Ker

Troyte Griffith and the Philosopher’s Stone or The Hogwash Express. Martin Bird

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 17, No. 3 December 2011

Gerald Lawrence, Elgar and the Missing Beau Brummel Music. Robert Kay

Elgar and Rosa Newmarch. Martin Bird

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 17, No. 4 April 2012

‘… unconnected with the schools’ – Edward Elgar and Arthur Sullivan. Meinhard Saremba

The Empire Bites Back: Reflections on Elgar’s Imperial Masque of 1912. Andrew Neill

‘… you are on the Golden Stair’: Elgar and Elizabeth Lynn Linton. Martin Bird

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 17, No. 5 August 2012

Researching the Norbury Papers; or, One Thing Leads to Another. Kevin Allen

Tales from the Complete Edition – 7: Going for a Song. John Norris

‘Oh – Praise the Lord!’ Martin Bird

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 17, No. 6 December 2012

Thoughts on The Music Makers – a conductor’s viewpoint. Donald Hunt

Reactions to The Music Makers. Martin Bird

Edward Elgar – a medical enigma? John Harcup

Hugh Blair and Great is the Lord. Martin Bird

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 18, No. 1 April 2013

Julia Worthington – The Elgars’ American friend. Richard Smith

Redeeming the Second Symphony. Tom Kelly

Variations on a Canonical Theme – Elgar and the Enigmatic Tradition. Martin Gough

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 18, No. 2 August 2013

Loving Falstaff. Andrew Neill

Falstaff: a modernist musical portrait. Julian Rushton

Tales from the Complete Edition – 8. An Unexpected Coda to the Four Lost Songs. John Norris

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 18, No 3 December 2013

The Severn Suite: Manuscript, Music and Myths. Robert Kay

Imperial Propaganda and Caractacus: The woodlands and Elgar’s love of the country. Bryson Mortensen

Elgar’s Religious Beliefs. Peter Sutton

Elgar’s Music for Powick Asylum. Barry Collett

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 18, No 4 April 2014

Elgar’s Dream Children. Lynn Richmond Greene

Herbert Sumsion – Personal reminiscences of a remarkable musician. Donald Hunt

Powick People. Martin Bird

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 18, No 5 August 2014 Part 1

‘A sort of symphony in four divisions’: The Black Knight and its first performances
Richard Smith

Vol. 18, No 5 August 2014 Part 2

A Personal Reminiscence. Julius Harrison
Imperial propaganda and Caractacus: Chivalry, Militarism and the multi-faceted character of Elgar’s British Army.
Bryson Mortensen

Vol. 18, No 5 August 2014 Part 3

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO…

Vol. 18, No 6 December 2014 Part 1

‘As if it was England singing’: Edward Elgar & Laurence Binyon in war and peace.
Andrew Neill

Vol. 18, No 6 December 2014 Part 2

The tumult of thy mighty harmonies’: Tonal Conflict in Elgar’s Four Part-songs, Op.53.
George Parris

Vol. 18, No 6 December 2014 Part 3

Reviews, Letters, 100 YEARS AGO

Vol. 19, No 1 April 2015

The sound of Elgar’s orchestra – a study of early twentieth-century orchestral performance practice
Ben Palmer

A lost masterpiece – the demise of King Olaf
Martin Bird

Michael Kennedy CBE – A Personal Tribute
Andrew Neill

Imperial propaganda and Caractacus: Social Darwinism and Britain’s altruistic obligation
Bryson Mortenson

Reviews, letters, 100 YEARS AGO

Vol. 19 No 2 August 2015

‘A policeman’s lot …’: Elgar’s war service 
Martin Bird

Edward Elgar at Powick Mental Hospital
Ken Crump

‘… the career of my father, the late Sir Henry Gee Roberts’:a Major-General in India
Martin Bird

Elgar’s Birds 
Ed Wiseman

Reviews, letters, 100 YEARS AGO

Vol. 19 No 3 December 2015

‘My tunes are ne’er forgotten’: Elgar, Blackwood and The Starlight Express
Kevin Mitchell

Elgar the violin teacher: was it really such a bad life for him?
Richard Westwood-Brookes

Cost-cutting and cloth-cutting: Elgar’s 1916 Violin Concerto recording with Marie Hall
Peter Adamson

Marie Hall: the Elgarian connection
Martin Bird

Discovered: a letter from Alice Elgar – and more …
John Ling and Martin Bird

Reviews, letters, 100 YEARS AGO

Vol. 19 No 4 April 2016

In Praise of Worcestershire: Edward Elgar and Stanley Baldwin
Kevin Allen

Beau Brummel: a postscript and a call to action
Robert Kay

Tales from the Complete edition – 9: Short Works, Long Histories
David Lloyd-Jones and John Norris

Reviews, letters, 100 YEARS AGO

Vol. 19 No 5 August 2016

Frank Schuster – Elgar’s patron 
Richard Smith

Who is the real soul of the Violin Concerto?
Richard Westwood-Brookes

Theology applied to music: The Dream of Gerontius revisited
Lino Bianco

Bach in Gerontius? A Discussion
Hugh Morris

‘A confusion of ideas’ – Rootham, Elgar and ‘For the Fallen’
Martin Bird

Reviews, letters, 100 YEARS AGO

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