Holst, Gustav, 1874-1934
- Existence: 1874-09-21 - 1934-05-25
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
For SATB Voices and Organ with Optional Congregation, Brass Quinted, and Timpani. THAXTED, Gustav Holst. Setting by Richard Proulx. 1 score has initials "RP" on the cover. 2 scores have markings in pencil, including a phone number. 1 score from earlier printing, 3 scores from later printings.
For SATB Voices, Assembly, and Organ with Optional Brass Quintet and Timpani. Tune: THAXTED, Gustav Holst. Setting by Richard Proulx. Text: Delores Dufner, OSB. 6 instrumental parts: Trumpet I in B-flat, Trumpet II in B-flat, Trombone, Horn in F, Tuba, Timpani.
words by Michael Perry ; music by Gustav Holst ; setting by Richard Proulx for SATB choir, congregation and organ (Brass quintet & Timpani, ad lib) Manuscript score for vocal and organ, and separate instrumental score for trumpets in C, horn in F, trombone, tuba and timpani.
Let all mortal flesh / Gustav Holst ; Richard Proulx. OVERSIZE. This file contains additional instrumentation arranged by Proulx for Gustav Holst's "Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent." The song originates from the tune PICARDY. Proulx has added two trumpet
Title from container spine. Label on reel: St. Thomas - St. Cecilia concert -pt. II Marenzio-Salieri-Finzi-Rowley-Holst. Contents from back of container: Cantantibus organis / Marenzio Justorum animae (in memoriam Jack Colley) / Salieri Let us now praise
Title from container spine. Contents from paper included in container (third image.) Let us now praise / Finzi. Michael / Howells. Rhosymedre / Vaughan-Williams. 2 psalms / Holst.
Title from container side. Contents from back of container: Williamson - "Winter star" --Day school students (Dec. 75) Holst - Christmas song (1 wrong bell!) Williamson - Winter star (reh.)