ELGAR Caroline Alice (née Roberts)
ELGAR (Lady) Caroline Alice (née Roberts) (9 October 1848 – 7 April 1920) was an English author of verse and prose fiction, who married the composer Edward Elgar. Alice's faith in her husband and her courage in marrying 'beneath her class' were strongly supportive to his career. She dealt with his mood swings and was a generous musical critic. She was also his business manager, social secretary, and not least set out and ruled score paper for his orchestral works.
She spoke fluent German, and also Italian, French and Spanish.
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