Elgar Salut d'amour Op. 12 for Cello Quartet
by Edward Elgar
String Quartet - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 22485855
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Elgar Salut d'amour Op. 12 for Cello Quartet
by Edward Elgar
String Quartet - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 22485855
3.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Composed by Edward Elgar. Arranged by Paul Wood. Romantic Period,Wedding. 15 pages. MyMusicScores.com #813576. Published by MyMusicScores.com (A0.1217045).

"Salut d'amour" is a captivating and tender musical gem composed by Sir Edward Elgar, one of the most celebrated English composers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Written in 1888, "Salut d'amour" translates to "Love's Greeting" in English, and it embodies the essence of a heartfelt expression of love through music.

Here is an arrangement for cello quartet.

The PDF file contains the score and instrumental parts.

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