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Work: The Planets, Op.32

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ComposerHolst, Gustav (1874-1934)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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Tokyo"The Four Seasons" and "The Planets"

Vivaldi, Holst
Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra; Andrea Battistoni; Mayu Kishima; New National Theatre Chorus

Tokyo"The Four Seasons" and "The Planets"

Vivaldi, Holst
Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra; Andrea Battistoni; Mayu Kishima; New National Theatre Chorus

LondonHolst's The Planets

© Brian Voce
Sibelius, Adès, Holst
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Thomas Adès; Kirill Gerstein; Ladies of the London Philharmonic Choir

GlasgowChildren's Classic Concerts: Weird Science

Williams, Holst
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Junping Qian; RSNO Junior Chorus

EdinburghChildren's Classic Concerts: Weird Science

Williams, Holst
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Junping Qian; RSNO Junior Chorus
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Jean-Philippe Collard excels in Messiaen and Ravel in Montreal

Jean-Philippe Collard © Seldy Cramer Artists
Three contrasting 20th-century masterworks were judiciously crafted and insightfully honed by the Orchestre Symphonique of Montreal and their music director Kent Nagano.
*****
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Susan Graham's gripping New Zealand debut

Susan Graham © Dario Acosta
This was astonishing and gripping vocalism from a true master of Berlioz style.
*****
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Earthbound Planets but Serebrier première soars in Dublin

José Serebrier © Clive Barda
Kantorow had his work cut out for him, playing masses of cluster chords and arpeggios up and down the keyboard.
***11
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Prom 1: Five Telegrams and a Harbinger of War

Five Telegrams from Kensington Gardens © Mark Pullinger
Marking the centenary of the end of the First World War, Anna Meredith and 59 Productions' work proves a powerful, often surprisingly upbeat, commission.
****1
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The Earth and other planets from the Belgrade Philharmonic

Eiji Oue © T. Ilijima
A fine Planets from Eiji Oue and the Belgrade Philharmonic crowned a splendid concert despite a flawed “Neptune” after Simone Rubino had explored the music of the Earth.
****1
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