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Wulstan Atkins, godson of one of England’s greatest composers, has written:
“The magical Dalesman’s land captivated Elgar as a young man and richly enlarged his love of nature and the English countryside – a love that is reflected in all his music.” Elgar’s fifty-year-long friendship with Dr C W Buck, of Giggleswick, was important in his transformation from musician to composer. It also produced a series of jaunty letters relating to what Edgar described, affectionately, as “the mad days”.
Edward Elgar in the Yorkshire Dales is written by local author W R (Bill) Mitchell….Ref: 28
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