There is a photo on the wall of the BSO chief executive’s office that shows six men who conducted the orchestra in 1910. Four are seated – Elgar, Dan Godfrey, Alexander Mackenzie and Stanford – with Edward German and Parry standing behind them. All apart from German are sporting walrus moustaches, and wearing a range of expressions from inscrutable to quizzical.
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