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Edward Elgar’s famous Enigma Variations is an intriguing orchestral work featuring fourteen variations on an original theme. Each variation is a musical sketch of a different person in Elgar’s close circle of friends. The theme itself is the “Enigma”.
“The Enigma I will not explain,” explained Elgar enigmatically, “its ‘dark saying’ must be left unguessed”.
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