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The Graduation Song... Pomp & Circumstance - Various - Hard To Find Pop Instrumentals (CD)


1999
Label: Eric Records - 11508-2,Universal Music Special Markets - 314 545 865-2 • Series: Hard To Find Pop Instrumentals - 1 • Format: CD Compilation, Stereo, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul, Pop, Stage & Screen • Style: Score, Disco, Instrumental, Theme, Big Band, Easy Listening
The Graduation Song... Pomp & Circumstance - Various - Hard To Find Pop Instrumentals (CD)

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 · Pomp and Circumstance (March No. 1 in D), commonly known as “the graduation song” was written in by English composer Sir Edward Elgar. The composition was first played at London Promenade Concert to a roaring crowd and two ovations. Later, Elgar was commissioned to write music for the coronation ceremony of King Edward VII.


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  1.  · Pomp and Circumstance (March No. 1 in D), commonly known as “the graduation song” was written in by English composer Sir Edward Elgar. The composition was first played at London Promenade Concert to a roaring crowd and two ovations. Later, Elgar was commissioned to write music for the coronation ceremony of King Edward VII.

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