Definition of Elgar, Sir Edward in English:

Elgar, Sir Edward

Syllabification: El·gar, Sir Edward
Pronunciation: /ˈelˌɡär, -ɡər
 
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( 1857–1934), English composer; full name Sir Edward William Elgar. He is known for the five Pomp and Circumstance marches (1901–30).

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