Rare footage of Edward Elgar conducting LSO at Abbey Road

Absolutely brilliant footage of Sir Edward Elgar conducting Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 with the London Symphony Orchestra at the opening of Abbey Road Studios on November 12th 1931.

4 Comments

  • PaulGreyhead says:

    Fantastic.

  • salvatore montesano says:

    exceptional historical movie, fabulous performance of the best march ever written

  • salvatore montesano says:

    exceptional historical movie, fabulous performance of the best march ever written

  • Briern says:

    The Beatles – WHO??

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