Tags » Gustav Holst

-Holst, the Bringer of Familiarity-

When listening to Holst, more specifically The Planets suite, you will undoubtedly be asking yourself this question at least once, “What movie is this from?” 387 more words


So Hideous - Laurestine (2015), Laurestine Orchestral (2016)

So HideousLaurestine (Prosthetic Records, 16 October 2016)

So HideousLaurestine Orchestral (Prosthetic Records, 06 May 2016)

Back in October, Brooklyn-based blackened post-hardcore band… 946 more words


Steven Isserlis - revisiting Elgar and discovering Walton

Cellist Steven Isserlis is one of Britain’s best-loved classical artists – loved for his highly respected interpretations of the cello repertoire, but also for his open, honest and enthusiastic approach to classical music. 838 more words

Talking Heads

Vaughan Williams, Berg, Holst

On May 6 and May 7, the St. Louis Symphony and St. Louis Symphony Chorus performed Ralph Vaughan Williams’s Flos Campi, Alban Berg’s Altenberg Lieder… 42 more words

Music Writing

#101 R. HARRIS| NO 4


from wikipedia

Roy Ellsworth Harris (February 12, 1898 – October 1, 1979) was an Americancomposer. He wrote much music on American subjects, becoming best known for his Symphony No.

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Music of England

This article is part of a series on music by our guest author Caroline Bennett.  Earlier articles include “Why Music?” and “Hallelujah… 1,070 more words


The Mars Influence

Similar to my Gladiator Artefact, I focused this artefact, again, on Gustav Holst’s piece ‘Mars’ from The Planet’s Suite.

This time around I focused the artefact on the melodic fragments from mars as well as rhythm. 185 more words

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