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  1. Gustav Theodore Holst (21 septembre 1874 à Cheltenham, Royaume-Uni — 25 mai 1934 à Londres), né Gustavus Theodore von Holst, est un compositeur anglais. Bien que principalement connu pour sa suite orchestrale Les Planètes (1914-1917), il a composé un grand nombre d’œuvres de genres divers, mais aucune n'a eu autant de succès.

  2. "H" numbers for works are cited from: Imogen Holst, A thematic catalogue of Gustav Holst's music (London: Faber, 1974). Grandson of Gustavus Valentin von Holst; great-grandson of Matthias Holst; father of Imogen Holst.

  3. Mars, from Gustav Holst's Planet Suite, being played by The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Sir Charles Mackerras.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › The_PlanetsThe Planets - Wikipedia

    The Times rapidly changed its mind; in July 1919 it called Holst the most intriguing of his compeers and commented, "The Planets still leaves us gasping"; after hearing Holst conduct three of the movements in November 1919 the paper's critic declared the piece "the first music by an Englishman we have heard for some time which is neither conventional nor negligible", and by the time of Holst's ...

  5. Performance by James Levine and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Album can be found on Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000001GCZ/ref=as_li_tl?i...

  6. Below is a sortable list of compositions by Gustav Holst.The works are categorized by genre, H. catalogue number (A Thematic Catalogue of Gustav Holst's Music by Imogen Holst, London, Faber Music Ltd., 1974), opus number, date of composition and title.

  7. Written between 1914-1916 by British composer Gustav Holst, ‘The Planets’ represents all the known planets of the Solar System seen from Earth at the time, and their corresponding astrological character, including Jupiter and Mars. Here's a listening guide to his masterpiece…

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