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No. 4: Jupiter, The Bringer Of Jollity - Sir Adrian Boult - The New Philharmonia Orchestra* - The Ambrosian Singers - Gustav Holst - The Planets (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Golar says:
    Philharmonia Orchestra / Simon Rattle - HOLST: JUPITER, THE BRINGER OF JOLLITY (conclusion) (The Planets Op) [] Horacio Gutierrez - TCHAIKOVSKY: PIANO CONCERTO NO.1 OP i. Alleg ro non troppo e molto maestoso [] Halle Orchestra / John Barbirolli - SIBELIUS: FINLANDIA: Symphonic P oem, Op []
  • Aragul says:
    Oct 01,  · Sir Adrian Boult - The New Philharmonia Orchestra* - The Ambrosian Singers - Gustav Holst: Sir Adrian Boult - The New Philharmonia Orchestra* - The Ambrosian Singers - Gustav Holst - The Planets ‎ (LP) Angel Records, Angel Records, Angel Records: , S , S. US: Sell This Version/5(48).
  • Mak says:
    Apr 23,  · Included in that collection is a KOCH disc H1 titled "The Composers Conduct" which features a recording of Gustav Holst conducting the London Symphony Orchestra in his own Op, THE PLANETS. (I have it on in the background as I type.).
  • Daijar says:
    This recording of Gustav Holst's The Planets has been mastered from hedringraloguduvemanepercuacheek.coinfoe most part the sound quality is ok but the volume of the recording is low and there is a little distortion on some of the louder parts. Wonderful music but there are far better releases out there/5(94).
  • Mikasida says:
    Holst's idea in The Planets was to characterize each of seven movements in the suite after planetary signs of the zodiac. I think people like program music because the tunes allow their imagination to soar, and The Planets does just that. Under Sir Adrian, "Mars, the Bringer of War" is urgent, a little menacing, and certainly energetic.
  • Mozshura says:
    Aug 18,  · New Philharmonia Orchestra 04A70lzSzuqp8Nuc1n5BH5 Slavonic Dances, Op. 72, B. No. 8, Sousedská Eugene Ormandy,Isaac Stern,The Philadelphia Orchestra. 0aKw5BjfmTMfAq1LAKbWJN The Planets, Op. I. Mars, the Bringer of War Gustav Holst 0aLei4B19WxhD68j7wUkGi Gentleman - Luzac Selmani Remix 0aS3pMZ7pY8LJYznNb21Db.
  • Kajigrel says:
    Under the influence of Wagner, Strauss, Rimsky-Korsakov, Stravinsky, the French composers, and additional Russians, Holst started to sketch No. 1: "Mars, The Bringer of War" just as the first World War began. Insistent on the stupidity of war, with all its horrors, the composer opened The Planets with this movement of relentless and brutal power.
  • Kigakus says:
    Sir Adrian Boult, New Philharmonia Orchestra, The Ambrosian Singers, Gustav Holst: Sir Adrian Boult, New Philharmonia Orchestra, The Ambrosian Singers, Gustav Holst - The Planets ‎ (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel) Angel Records: Y1S Sell This Version/5(12).

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