- For the Italian racing driver, see Vincenzo Sospiri.
Elgar originally intended it for violin and piano, as a companion piece to Salut d'Amour and had in mind the title Soupir d'Amour (French for "Sigh of Love"). While composing it, however, he realised that he was writing something more intense, and so chose an Italian word, sospiri, meaning "sighs".
- Sospiri, Op. 70 on the site of the Elgar Society
- "Sospiri, Op. 70" by Edward Elgar, with Sol Gabetta and the Danmarks Radio SymfoniOrkestret, at youtube.com
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