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9th (adagio) of Elgar's Enigma Variations. So called because it is a portrait of Elgar's friend A. J. Jaeger (Jäger is Ger. for hunter: Nimrod was ‘mighty hunter’ in Old Testament). Enshrines a day when the two men discussed Beethoven slow movts. and is often used as a commemorative separate item.

Subjects: Music.

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