Probably Elgar’s best remembered and most played composition from it’s use in graduation ceremonies, this march highlights the ability of the ensemble to present contrasting expressive moods in a single piece. From the rousing scherzo introduction to the familiar tempered and lyrical trio section, this piece draws on the expressive depth of the steel orchestra.
Composer: Edward Elgar
Arranger: Adam Grisé
Instrumentation: T1, T2, DT, DS, C, (TB), B