[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Alice Elgar diary, 12 February 1899: "E. to S. Joseph's."
Alice Elgar diary
1899
2
Ian Parrott in his Elgar (London, 1971)
Parrott
Elgar
1971
3
Jerrold Northrop Moore, Edward Elgar: A Creative Life (Oxford, 1984), p. 270.
Moore
270
Edward Elgar: A Creative Life
1984
5
Edward Elgar: Letters of a Lifetime, ed. Jerrold Northrop Moore (Oxford, 1990), p. 249.
249
Edward Elgar: Letters of a Lifetime
1990
6
Mrs. Richard Powell (ned Dora Penny), Edward Elgar: Memories of a Variation (4th edn. Aldershot, 1994), pp. 52-53.
Powell
4
52
Edward Elgar: Memories of a Variation
1994
7
Sir Arnold Bax, Farewell, My Youth and Other Writings, ed. Lewis Foreman (Aldershot, 1992), p. 26.
Farewell
26
My Youth and Other Writings
1992
8
Moore, Letters of a Lifetime, p. 248.
Moore
248
Letters of a Lifetime
9
Diana McVeagh, "A Man's Attitude to Life," in Edward Elgar: Music and Literature, ed. Raymond Monk (Aldershot, 1993), p. 2.
McVeagh
A Man's Attitude to Life
2
Edward Elgar: Music and Literature
1993
10
Richard Dellamora, Masculine Desire: The Sexual Politics of Victorian Aestheticism (Chapel Hill, 1990), pp. 42-57
Dellamora
42
Masculine Desire: The Sexual Politics of Victorian Aestheticism
1990
11
McVeagh, "A Man's Attitudes," pp. 5-6
McVeagh
5
A Man's Attitudes
13
Moore, Letters of a Lifetime, p. 337.
Moore
337
Letters of a Lifetime
14
Harold Bloom, "Tennyson, Hallam, and Romantic Tradi- tion," in The Ringers in the Tower: Studies in Romantic Tradition (Chicago, 1971), p. 149.
Bloom
Tennyson, Hallam, and Romantic Tradition
149
The Ringers in the Tower: Studies in Romantic Tradition
1971
15
Dellamora, Masculine Desire, p. 39.
Dellamora
39
Masculine Desire
16
McVeagh, "A Man's Attitude," pp. 5, 7.
McVeagh
5
A Man's Attitude
E. Wulstan Atkins, intro. to Edward Elgar: Music and Literature, p. xvii
Atkins
xvii
Edward Elgar: Music and Literature
17
Jeffrey Weeks, Coming Out: Homosexual Politics in Brit- ain from the Nineteenth Century to the Present (London, 1977), pp. 14-15.
Weeks
14
Coming Out: Homosexual Politics in Britain from the Nineteenth Century to the Present
1977
18
Theo Aronson, Prince Eddy and the Homosexual Under- world (London, 1994), pp. 132-33.
Aronson
132
Prince Eddy and the Homosexual Underworld
1994
19
Ronald Hyam, Empire and Sexuality: The British Experi- ence (New York, 1990), pp. 33, 52, n.31.
Hyam
33
Empire and Sexuality: The British Experience
1990
A. L. Rowse, Homosexuals in History: A Study of Ambivalence in Society, Literature and the Arts (New York, 1983), pp. 222-23
Rowse
222
Homosexuals in History: A Study of Ambivalence in Society, Literature and the Arts
1983
20
Michael De-la-Noy, Elgar: The Man (London, 1983), p. 76.
De-la-Noy
76
Elgar: The Man
1983
21
Christopher Craft, Another Kind of Love: Male Homo- sexual Desire in English Discourse 1850-1920 (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1994), p. 47.
Craft
47
Another Kind of Love: Male Homosexual Desire in English Discourse 1850-1920
1994
22
Colin Spencer, Homosexuality: A History (New York, 1995), p. 263
Spencer
263
Homosexuality: A History
1995
Jeffrey Weeks, Coming Out: Homo- sexual Politics in Britain, p. 14
Weeks
14
Homosexual Politics in Britain
23
Richard Davenport-Hines, Sex, Death and Punishment: Attitudes to Sex and Sexuality in Britain Since the Re- naissance (London, 1990), p. 142.
Davenport-Hines
142
Sex, Death and Punishment: Attitudes to Sex and Sexuality in Britain Since the Renaissance
1990
24
Anthony Powell, A Dance to the Music of Time: Second Movement: At Lady Molly's (Chicago, 1995), p. 211.
Powell
211
A Dance to the Music of Time: Second Movement: At Lady Molly's
1995
26
Siegfried Sassoon, Diaries: 1923-1925, ed. Rupert Hart- Davis (London, 1985), pp. 151-52.
Sassoon
151
Diaries: 1923-1925
1985
27
Sir Osbert Sitwell, Laughter in the Next Room (Boston, 1948), p. 220.
Sitwell
220
Laughter in the Next Room
1948
28
Sassoon, Diaries: 1923-1925, p. 152.
Sassoon
152
Diaries: 1923-1925
29
Earnest Newman, "Elgar: Some Aspects of the Man in His Music," from Sunday Times, 25 February 1934
Newman
25 February
Sunday Times
1934
An Elgar Companion, ed. Christopher Redwood (London, 1982), p. 156
156
An Elgar Companion
1982
30
Brian Trowell, "Elgar's Use of Literature," Edward Elgar: Music and Literature, ed. Raymond Monk (Aldershot, 1993), p. 195.
Trowell
Elgar's Use of Literature
195
Edward Elgar: Music and Literature
1993
31
Charles F. Kenyon (pseud. Gerald Cumberland), Set Down in Malice; a Book of Reminis- cences (London, 1919), pp. 255-56
Kenyon
255
Book of Reminiscences
1919
32
Trowell, Edward Elgar: Music and Literature, p. 196.
Trowell
196
Edward Elgar: Music and Literature
34
George L. Mosse, Nationalism and Sexuality: Respect- ability and Abnormal Sexuality in Modern Europe (New York, 1985), pp. 10-11.
Mosse
10
Nationalism and Sexuality: Respectability and Abnormal Sexuality in Modern Europe
1985
35
Havelock Ellis, The Psychology of Sex: Sexual Inversion, vol. 2 (New York, 1910), p. 295.
Ellis
295
The Psychology of Sex: Sexual Inversion
1910
Philip Brett, "Musicality, Es- sentialism, and the Closet" in Queering the Pitch: The New Gay and Lesbian Musicology, ed. Philip Brett, Eliza- beth Wood, and Gary C. Thomas (London, 1994), pp. 9-26
Brett
Musicality, Essentialism, and the Closet
9
Queering the Pitch: The New Gay and Lesbian Musicology
1994
36
Lord Berners, First Childhood (Chappaqua, N.Y., 1998), p. 82.
Berners
82
First Childhood
1998
37
William Gaunt, The Aesthetic Adventure (New York, 1945), pp. 214-15.
Gaunt
214
The Aesthetic Adventure
1945
38
Rosa Burley (and Frank C. Carruthers), Edward Elgar: The Record of a Friendship (London, 1972), p. 73.
Burley
73
Edward Elgar: The Record of a Friendship
1972
39
Arnold Bax, Farewell, My Youth, pp. 26-27.
Bax
26
Farewell, My Youth
40
Moore, Elgar: A Creative Life, p. 641.
Moore
641
Elgar: A Creative Life
41
Charles F. Kenyon, Set Down in Malice, p. 260.
Kenyon
260
Set Down in Malice
42
Ibid., p. 132.
132
43
Spencer, Homosexuality: A History, pp. 304-05.
Spencer
304
Homosexuality: A History
44
Ibid., p. 302.
302
45
E. Wulstan Atkins, intro. to Edward Elgar: Music and Literature, p. xxvi.
Atkins
xxvi
Edward Elgar: Music and Literature
Christopher Palmer, Herbert Howells: A Celebration (London, 1996), p. 81
Palmer
81
Herbert Howells: A Celebration
1996
47
Richard Ellmann, Oscar Wilde (New York, 1988), p. 523.
Ellmann
523
Oscar Wilde
1988
48
Siegfried Sassoon, Diaries 1920-1922, ed. Rupert Hart- Davis (London, 1981), p. 293.
Sassoon
293
Diaries 1920-1922
1981
49
Diane Souhami, The Trials of Radclyffe Hall (New York, 1999), pp. 21, 30, 59, 266
Souhami
21
The Trials of Radclyffe Hall
1999
50
Elgar's anguished letter of 17 March 1933 to Adela Schuster in Letters of a Lifetime, pp. 466-67
Elgar
466
Letters of a Lifetime
1933
51
Sassoon, Diaries 1920-1922, pp. 79-80.
Sassoon
79
Diaries 1920-1922
52
Ibid., p. 80.
80
53
De-La-Noy, Elgar: The Man, p. 191.
De-la-Noy
191
Elgar: The Man
54
Sassoon, Diaries 1923-1925, pp. 151, 282.
Sassoon
151
Diaries 1923-1925
55
Trowell, "Elgar's Use of Literature," in Edward Elgar: Music and Literature, pp. 191, 298, n. 48
Trowell
Elgar's Use of Literature
191
Edward Elgar: Music and Literature
56
Michael Kennedy writes: "Edward Elgar and Alice Stuart-Wortley were souls in harmony as far as his music was concerned, and this understanding was one of deep affection involving no dis- loyalty or infidelity to either of the other marriage part- ners." Michael Kennedy, Portrait of Elgar (London, 1968), p. 130.
Kennedy
Edward Elgar and Alice Stuart-Wortley were souls in harmony as far as his music was concerned, and this understanding was one of deep affection involving no disloyalty or infidelity to either of the other marriage partners
130
Portrait of Elgar
1968
Kennedy expanded on this observation in his ar- ticle "The Soul Enshrined: Elgar and His Violin Concerto," in Edward Elgar: Music and Literature, p. 75.
Kennedy
The Soul Enshrined: Elgar and His Violin Concerto
75
Edward Elgar: Music and Literature
57
Letter of 27 May 1910
Moore, Elgar: A Cre- ative Life, p. 581.
Moore
581
Elgar: A Creative Life
58
Moore, Letters of a Lifetime, p. 235.
Moore
235
Letters of a Lifetime
59
Moore, Elgar: A Creative Life, p. 795.
Moore
795
Elgar: A Creative Life
60
Moore, Elgar: A Creative Life, pp. 561 and 179
Moore
561
Elgar: A Creative Life
62
Helen Weaver in his valuable essay "Elgar's Use of Literature," in Edward Elgar: Music and Literature, pp. 217-24
Weaver
Elgar's Use of Literature
217
Edward Elgar: Music and Literature
63
Moore, Letters of a Lifetime, pp. 6-8, 10-11.
Moore
6
Letters of a Lifetime
64
Moore, Elgar: A Creative Life, p. 104.
Moore
104
Elgar: A Creative Life
65
Ralph Vaughan Williams and Gustav Holst, Heirs and Rebels: Letters Written to Each Other and Occa- sional Writings on Music by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Gustav Holst, ed. Ursula Vaughan Williams and Imogen Holst (London, 1959)
Williams
Heirs and Rebels: Letters Written to Each Other and Occasional Writings on Music by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Gustav Holst
1959
66
Elgar and His Publishers: Letters of a Creative Life, ed. Jerrold Northrop Moore, vol. I (Oxford, 1987), p. 377.
377
I
Elgar and His Publishers: Letters of a Creative Life
1987
68
Moore, Letters of a Lifetime, pp. 249-50.
Moore
249
Letters of a Lifetime
69
Meriol Trevor, Newman: The Pillar of the Cloud (Lon- don, 1963), pp. 630-31.
Trevor
630
Newman: The Pillar of the Cloud
1963
71
Newman, Apologia pro Vita Sua: Being a History of His Religious Opinions, ed. Martin J. Svaglic (Oxford, 1967), p. 252.
Newman
252
Apologia pro Vita Sua: Being a History of His Religious Opinions
1967
72
Letter to Lord Blachford dated 31 May 1875
Wilfrid Ward, The Life of John Henry Cardinal Newman, vol. II (London, 1912), p. 410
Ward
410
II
The Life of John Henry Cardinal Newman
1912
73
Moore, Elgar: A Creative Life, p. 296.
Moore
296
Elgar: A Creative Life
74
Cumberland, Set Down in Malice, p. 86.
Cumberland
86
Set Down in Malice
75
John Henry Newman, The Dream of Gerontius, ed. Winterton (Oxford, 1986), p. 34.
Newman
34
The Dream of Gerontius
1986
76
Ibid., pp. 54-55.
54
78
Anderson, Elgar, p. 212.
Anderson
212
Elgar
Elgar in Manuscript (Portland, Ore., 1990)
Elgar in Manuscript
1990
79
Jerrold Northrop Moore notes, this phrase is "quoted at the beginning of William Ernest Henley's Echoes, where Elgar probably found it" (Moore, Elgar: A Creative Life, p. 586, n. 170)
Moore
quoted at the beginning of William Ernest Henley's Echoes, where Elgar probably found it
586
Elgar: A Creative Life
80
Mrs. Richard Powell (neé Dora Penny), Memories of a Variation, pp. 105-06.
Powell
105
Memories of a Variation
81
Brian Trowell, "Elgar's Use of Literature," in Edward Elgar: Music and Literature, pp. 244-45.
Trowell
Elgar's Use of Literature
244
Edward Elgar: Music and Literature
"The Mysterious Mrs. Nelson" (Sunday Telegraph, 15 November 1992)
15 November
Sunday Telegraph
1992
85
Moore, Letters of a Lifetime, p. 220).
Moore
220
Letters of a Lifetime
86
Trowell, "Elgar's Use of Literature," in Elgar: Music and Literature, p. 244
Trowell
Elgar's Use of Literature
244
Elgar: Music and Literature
87
Basil Maine, Elgar: His Life and Works, book II (Bath, 1933), p. 141.
Maine
141
Elgar: His Life and Works
1933
89
Basil Maine writes that the violin "by consent of com- posers, interpreters and public, is of all our instruments the queen" (Basil Maine, Elgar: His Life and Work, book II, 141).
Maine
by consent of composers, interpreters and public, is of all our instruments the queen
141
Elgar: His Life and Work
90
Letter of 5 November 1910, quoted in Moore, Elgar: A Creative Life, p. 587.
Moore
587
Elgar: A Creative Life
This content is only available via PDF.

Article PDF first page preview

Article PDF first page preview