Edward Elgar's Third Symphony was incomplete at the time of his death in 1934. Elgar left 130 pages of sketches which the British composer Anthony Payne worked on for many years, producing a complete symphony in 1997, officially known as "Edward Elgar: the sketches for Symphony No 3 elaborated by Anthony Payne" or in brief "Elgar/Payne Symphony No 3". The first public performance was at the Royal Festival Hall on 15 February 1998, by the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andrew Davis.
|Date of composition||1934 (1933-1934)|
Edward Elgar: Symphonie n°3 en do mineur, Op. 88
Edward Elgar: Sinfonia n. 3 in do minore, Op. 88
Edward Elgar: Sinfonie Nr. 3 c-moll, Op. 88