Gustav Holst (1874-1934)

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Holst : Songs and Part-Songs

LP (1) ARGO - ZRG 512


Gustav Holst : Twelve Songs for Solo Voice and Piano, op. 48
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1967/11/30 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Gustav Holst : Ave Maria for Unaccompanied Female Voices in Eight Parts, op. 9b
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : Three Welsh Folk Songs, arr. for Unaccompanied Chorus
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : The Song of the Blacksmith, arr. for Unaccompanied Voices
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : Two Part-Songs for Unaccompanied Female Voices
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : Two Carols - Of One that is so Fair and Bright & Bring us in Good Ale, arr. for Unaccompanied Chorus
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Holst : Vocal and Instrumental Music

LP (1) ARGO - ZRG 5497


Gustav Holst : 4 Songs for Voice and Violin, op. 35
Peter Pears (Speaker)
Norbert Brainin (Violin)

Gustav Holst : This have I done for my true love for Unaccompanied Voices, op. 34
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : Old English carols - Jesu, thou the virgin born for Unaccompanied Voices, op. 20b
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : Two Carols - A Welcome Song & Terly, terlow for Sopranos and Altos, Oboe and Viola
Peter Graeme (Oboe); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola)
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : Terzetto for Flute, Oboe and Viola
Richard Adeney (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe); Cecil Aronowitz (Viola)

Gustav Holst : Six Canons for Equal Voices
Viola Tunnard (Piano)
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Gustav Holst : The Evening-Watch for eight-part Unaccompanied Choir, op. 43
Purcell Singers conducted by Imogen Holst

Holst : The Planets; Walton : Spitfire Prelude and Fugue, Portsmouth Point, Siesta

CD (1) AVID - Master Series


William Walton : The First of the Few - Prelude and Fugue : The Spitfire
Laurance Turner (Violin)
Hall Orchestra conducted by William Walton
1943/06/24 - Housldsworth Hall, Manchester, England

Gustav Holst : The Planets, op. 32
BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Adrian Boult
1945/01/02 to 1945/01/05 - Bedford,

William Walton : Portsmouth Point, An Overture
BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by William Walton
1936/12/03 - London, England

William Walton : Siesta
London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by William Walton
1938/10/25 - Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Britten : Building of the House Overture; Bridge : The Sea, Enter Spring; Holst : Egdon Heath, A Fugal Concerto

CD (1) BBC - Legends - Britten the Performer - BBCB 8007-2


Benjamin Britten : The Building of the house, Overture, op. 79
Chorus of East Anglian Choirs / English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1967/06/04 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Franck Bridge : The Sea
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1971/06/23, Aldeburgh Festival - Blythburgh Church, Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Gustav Holst : A Fugal concerto for Flute, Oboe and Strings, op. 40/2
Richard Adeney (Flute); Peter Graeme (Oboe)
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Imogen Holst
1969/06/15, Aldeburgh Festival - Blythburgh Church, Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Gustav Holst : Egdon Heath, op. 47
London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1961/07/06 - Orford Parish Church, Suffolk, England

Franck Bridge : Enter Spring
New Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1967/06/18, Aldeburgh Festival - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Holst unreleased recordings

Unpublished Audio (1) COLUMBIA, in search


Gustav Holst : Beni Mora - First Dance, Oriental Suite, op. 29/1
London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst
1923/11/06 - Columbia's Large Studio, Petty France, London, England

Gustav Holst : The Planets - Saturn, op. 32
London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst
1925/02/19 - Columbia's Large Studio, Petty France, London, England

Gustav Holst : The Planets - Jupiter, op. 32
London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst
1925/09/15 - Columbia's Large Studio, Petty France, London, England

Opening concert of the Snape Maltings Concert Hall

Unpublished Audio (1) DECCA, in search


Benjamin Britten : Gloriana - Fanfare, op. 53
Benjamin Britten (Speaker)
Herald Trumpeters of the Royal Artillery Band, Woolwich conducted by Benjamin Britten
1967/06/02 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Benjamin Britten : The Building of the house, Overture, op. 79
Chorus of East Anglian Choirs / English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1967/06/02 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Thomas Augustine Arne : God Save the Queen, Orchestral arrangement of the National Anthem by Britten
Chorus of East Anglian Choirs / English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1967/06/02 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Frederick Delius : Two Pieces for Small Orchestra - n2 Songs to be sung of a summer night on the water, arr.
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1967/06/02 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Gustav Holst : St Paul's suite for Strings, op. 29/2
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Imogen Holst
1967/06/02 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Delius : Sea drift; Elgar The Dream of Gerontius; Holst : The Hymn of Jesus

CD (2) DECCA - Double - 448 170-2 DF2


Frederick Delius : Sea drift
John Shirley-Quirck (Bass)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Richard Hickox
1980/04 - Kingsway Hall, London, England

Edward Elgar : The Dream of Gerontius
Yvonne Minton (Mezzo-Sopano); Peter Pears (Tenor); John Shirley-Quirck (Bass)
The Choir of King's College, Cambridge / London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1971/07/19 to 1971/07/24 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Gustav Holst : The Hymn of Jesus, op. 37
BBC Chorus / BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Adrian Boult
1962/03 - Kingsway Hall, London, England

English Song Recital

LP (1) DECCA - LONDON - LL 1532


Franck Bridge : Go not happy day
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1955/09/08, 1955/09/09, 1955/09/30, 1955/10/07 & 1955/10/23 - Decca Recording Studios, West Hampstead, London, England

George Butterworth : Songs from A Shropshire lad - Is my team ploughing ?
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1955/09/08, 1955/09/09, 1955/09/30, 1955/10/07 & 1955/10/23 - Decca Recording Studios, West Hampstead, London, England

John Ireland : I have twelve oxen
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1955/09/08, 1955/09/09, 1955/09/30, 1955/10/07 & 1955/10/23 - Decca Recording Studios, West Hampstead, London, England

Ernest John Moeran : If youth is pleasure
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1955/09/08, 1955/09/09, 1955/09/30, 1955/10/07 & 1955/10/23 - Decca Recording Studios, West Hampstead, London, England

Peter Warlock : Yarmouth Fair
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1955/09/08, 1955/09/09, 1955/09/30, 1955/10/07 & 1955/10/23 - Decca Recording Studios, West Hampstead, London, England

Gustav Holst : Persephone
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1955/09/08, 1955/09/09, 1955/09/30, 1955/10/07 & 1955/10/23 - Decca Recording Studios, West Hampstead, London, England

Lennox Berkeley : How love came in
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1955/09/08, 1955/09/09, 1955/09/30, 1955/10/07 & 1955/10/23 - Decca Recording Studios, West Hampstead, London, England

Benjamin Britten : On this Island - Let the florid music praise, op. 11
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1955/09/08, 1955/09/09, 1955/09/30, 1955/10/07 & 1955/10/23 - Decca Recording Studios, West Hampstead, London, England

Arthur Oldham : Three Chinese lyrics
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1955/09/08, 1955/09/09, 1955/09/30, 1955/10/07 & 1955/10/23 - Decca Recording Studios, West Hampstead, London, England

Franck Bridge : Love went a-riding
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
955/09/08, 1955/09/09, 1955/09/30, 1955/10/07 & 1955/10/23 - Decca Recording Studios, West Hampstead, London, England

Thomas Ford : Fair, sweet, cruel
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Julian Bream (Lute)
1955/09/30 & 1955/10/01

Thomas Morley : Come, sorrow, come
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Julian Bream (Lute)
1955/09/30 & 1955/10/01

Philip Rosseter : When Laura smiles
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Julian Bream (Lute)
1955/09/30 & 1955/10/01

John Dowland : I saw my lady weep
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Julian Bream (Lute)
1955/09/30 & 1955/10/01

Thomas Morley : It was a lover and his lass
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Julian Bream (Lute)
1955/09/30 & 1955/10/01

John Dowland : Awake, sweet love
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Julian Bream (Lute)
1955/09/30 & 1955/10/01

Philip Rosseter : What then is love but mourning
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Julian Bream (Lute)
1955/09/30 & 1955/10/01

John Dowland : In darkness let me dwell
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Julian Bream (Lute)
1955/09/30 & 1955/10/01

Thomas Morley : Mistress mine, well may you fake
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Julian Bream (Lute)
1955/09/30 & 1955/10/01

Elgar and Holst conducting

In CD (1) EMI CLASSICS - Composers in Person - 7-54837


Gustav Holst : The Planets, op. 32
Women's Choir / London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst
1926/06/22 (Mars & Jupiter), 1926/07/02 (Uranus, Mercury & Venus), 1926/09/14 (Venus & Saturn) & 1926/10/22 (Mercury & Neptune) - Columbia's Large Studio, Petty France, London, England

Holst : The Planets; Vaughan-Williams : Symphony n4

CD (1) NAXOS HISTORICAL - 8.111048, in search


Gustav Holst : The Planets, op. 32
Women's Choir / London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst
1926/06/22 (Mars & Jupiter), 1926/07/02 (Uranus, Mercury & Venus), 1926/09/14 (Venus & Saturn) & 1926/10/22 (Mercury & Neptune) - Columbia's Large Studio, Petty France, London, England

Gustav Holst : Songs Without Words - Marching Song, op. 22/2
London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst
1926/09/14 - Columbia's Large Studio, Petty France, London, England

Ralph Vaughan Williams : Symphony n4 in F minor
BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ralph Vaughan Williams
1937/10/11 - EMI Studio N1, Abbey Road, London, England

Holst conducts Holst : The Acoustic Recordings

CD (1) PEARL - 9417


Gustav Holst : The Planets, op. 32
Women's Choir / London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst
1922/10/27 (Jupiter), 1923/08/23 (Mercury & Venus), 1924/08/27 (Uranus), 1923/10/30 (Mars & Saturn) & 1923/11/06 (Neptune) - Columbia's Large Studio, Petty France, London, England

Gustav Holst : St Paul's suite for Strings, op. 29/2
The String Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst
1924/08/22

Gustav Holst : Beni Mora, Oriental Suite
London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst
1924/02/14 - Columbia's Large Studio, Petty France, London, England

Gustav Holst : Songs Without Words - Country Song, op. 22/1
The Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst
1924/01/09

Gustav Holst : Songs Without Words - Marching Song, op. 22/2
London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst
1924/02/14 - Columbia's Large Studio, Petty France, London, England