Stetson University Symphony Orchestra, 7:30 p.m., Elizabeth Hall, Room 100 (Lee Chapel), 421 North Woodland Boulevard, DeLand. Anthony Hose, conductor. In 1934, which was 85 years ago, the world of music lost three great composers—Holst, Delius and Elgar—whose works embraced the last part of the 19th century and the first third of the 20th century. This concert pays tribute to them with three contrasting compositions. Gustav Holst’s ballet suite from his opera “The Perfect Fool” is dramatic, rhythmically pulsating and easily identified as the work of the composer of “The Planets.” Frederick Delius went to Germany to further his musical studies, where he met Brahms and Grieg, the latter’s music greatly influencing the young composer. “Two Pieces for Small Orchestra, On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring and Summer Night on the River,” are evocative of the English countryside and markedly contrasting to the Holst suite, which opens the program. Edward Elgar’s “Enigma Variations” are a standard constituent of the repertoire of the world’s major symphony orchestras, undoubtedly one of the greatest works of late Romanticism and a favorite of audiences worldwide. A fitting conclusion to this tribute.