Symphony No.8 in G major Opus 88 (4) Antonin Dvorak Download 'Symphony No.8 in G major Opus 88 (4)' on iTunes
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Holst's 'The Planets': a guide
When Holst scored this work as a piece for piano duet, he used an organ to represent this planet – the piano, he thought, couldn’t portray a planet as mysterious as Neptune. Beautiful harp and string melodies slide over each other, until Holst brings out the crowning glory: a mystical choir, which gives the music an other-worldly quality.