American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Holst, Gustav Theodore 1874-1934. English composer whose works include the orchestral suite The Planets (1914-1916) and many songs and choral pieces.
“Favorite Intermissions: Music Before and Between Beethoven, Stravisnky, Holst" is a collection of the ambient intermission sounds -- murmurs, coughs, tuning, musical warm-ups -- before and after orchestral performances.”
“Mrs. MORRIS: Yes, this picture was taken by the very famous photographer called Holst in November 1941, and it was taken by -- actually on a Vogue shoot.”
“Titled "Planet Thunder," the concert will feature popular works such as Holst's "The Planets," Strauss 'theme from the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey" and the percussion piece, "The Glory and the Grandeur.”
“For a more dramatic version, here's the launch in slo-mo with musical accompaniment provided by Gustav Holst.”
“I never went in looking for any of those triangles -- they just happened naturally," explains Paul, who meets Mark Holst on Saturday night in London.”
“I Could Breathe' Mark Holst, a postal worker in Eagan, Minn., also had bronchial thermoplasty as part of a clinical trial in 2008 and started a fitness regimen.”
“She was no longer interested in Society, her friends now encompassed many fellow Socialists: George Bernard Shaw, H. G.Wells and Gustav Holst were amongst them.”
“Where Elgar led, many have followed, including Holst, Howells and Thea Musgrave.”
“#17 POSTED BY Ronald Holst, Jul 18th, 2009 2: 02 pm”
“Until then, he points to the lyrical music of William Walton, Gustav Holst or Vaughan Williams.”
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