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kullervopete
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 12, 2009 10:13 am    Post subject: The Elgar Enigmas Reply with quote

Many of us will be familiar with Forum member Simon Boswell's [Miranda Lewis] highly entriguing novel 'The Seven Symphonies'. I have just recently finished reading his latest work 'The Elgar Enigmas'--a musical mystery. Briefly the plot revolves around a young autistic girl, who although self-taught is producing seemingly new pieces of music purported to be by the long dead Edward Elgar. With a famous conductor convinced that the young girl has recieved Elgars third symphony completed by the composer, the plot gathers momentum. Are supernatural events at work or could an explanation lie elsewhere.

Simons new book is something of a masterpiece and can be obtained on line [Amazon etc] Recommended.--kp

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