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Last Week’s Question:

Joyce DiDonato was born in the American state of Kansas - the state motto is Ad astra per asperaWhat does that mean in English?

Answer: To the stars through difficulties

This week's prize and question:

ELGAR: ENIGMA VARIATIONS - BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra/Martyn Brabbins (Hyperion CDA68101)

Question: Elgar’s famous Enigma Variations consist of a theme and 14 variations, each dedicated to a friend of the composer. There is credible evidence to support the view that variation thirteen’s atmosphere of brooding melancholy and its subtitle ‘Romanza’ are tokens of a covert tribute to Helen Weaver, who had broken off her engagement to Elgar before sailing out of his life forever aboard a ship bound for where? 

This week's prize and question:

Borodin: String Quartet No. 1; Stravinsky: Concertino; Myaskovsky: String Quartet No. 13

Borodin Quartet: Borodin - Stravinsky - Myaskovsky (Onyx 4051)

Question: The Borodin String Quartet is one of the world’s longest lasting quartets. In what year was the ensemble founded?