Salut d'Amour

"Salut d'Amour" is a musical piece written by the British composer Edward Elgar in 1888. The original key of the composition is E major. Elgar composed the piece as an engagement present for his fiancée Caroline Alice Roberts. It is a short, romantic work for violin and piano, evoking feelings of tenderness and affection. "Salut d'Amour" has since become one of Elgar's most beloved compositions and is frequently performed at weddings and other romantic occasions. It has also been arranged for various instruments and ensembles.