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Holst: A Winter Idyll; Elegy; Indra; A Song of the Night; Etc. ()

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composed by Gustav Holst

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Holst: A Winter Idyll; Elegy; Indra; A Song of the Night; Etc. - Alexander Baillie (cello); Lorraine McAslan (violin); David Atherton (conductor)
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  1. A Winter Idyll, for orchestra, H. 31
  2. Elegy (In Memoriam William Morris), for orchestra, Op. 8, H. 47 (from unpublished "The Cotswolds" Symphony)
  3. Indra, symphonic poem, Op. 13, H. 66
  4. A Song of the Night, for violin & orchestra. Op. 19/1, H. 74
  5. Sita, opera, Op. 23, H. 89: Act 3. Interlude
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  1. A Winter Idyll, for orchestra, H. 31
  2. Elegy (In Memoriam William Morris), for orchestra, Op. 8, H. 47 (from unpublished "The Cotswolds" Symphony)
  3. Indra, symphonic poem, Op. 13, H. 66
  4. A Song of the Night, for violin & orchestra. Op. 19/1, H. 74
  5. Sita, opera, Op. 23, H. 89: Act 3. Interlude
  6. Invocation, for cello & orchestra, Op.19/2, H. 75
  7. The Lure, ballet, H.149
  8. The Morning of the Year, choral ballet, Op. 45/2; H. 164: 1) Introduction / 2)First Dance / 3)Second Dance / 4) Third Dance / 5) Fourth Dance
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When investigating the music of Gustav Holst, you ought to hear The Planets before the symphonic poem Indra, the "St. Paul's Suite" before the ballet music from The Lure, and "Edgon Heath" before the Interlude from Act Three of the opera Sita. But if you are already familiar with Holst's best-known works and most of his lesser-known works as well -- and you liked what you've heard -- you should by all means try this disc of Holst rarities with David Atherton leading either the London Philharmonic or the London Symphony. ...

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Holst: A Winter Idyll; Elegy; Indra; A Song of the Night; Etc. 2007, Lyrita

UPC: 5020926020925

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