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Holst Orchestra

Albums
'Bliss: Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks'; Britten: Choral dances from Gloriana; Holst: Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda' (CDH55050)
Bliss: Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks'; Britten: Choral dances from Gloriana; Holst: Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda
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'Holst: The Evening Watch & other choral works' (CDH55170)
Holst: The Evening Watch & other choral works
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Complete works available for download
SIR ARTHUR BLISS  (1891-1975)
Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' with Holst Singers, Hilary Davan Wetton (conductor)
GUSTAV HOLST  (1874-1934)
Seven Partsongs, H162 Op 44 with Holst Singers, Hilary Davan Wetton (conductor)
Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 with Holst Singers, Hilary Davan Wetton (conductor)
Two Psalms, H117 with Holst Singers, Hilary Davan Wetton (conductor)
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
A Hymn to Pan  No 2 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
A Love Song  No 4 of Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
All ye woods and trees and bowers  First line to A Hymn to Pan, No 2 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Alone to sacrifice Thou goest Lord  First line to Good Friday, No 1 of Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Angel spirits of sleep  No 3 of Seven Partsongs, H162 Op 44 (Holst)
Assemble, all ye maidens  No 7 of Seven Partsongs, H162 Op 44 (Holst)
Before Sleep  No 6 of Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Demeter, rich in fruit, and rich in grain  First line to The Song of the Reapers, No 6 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Drinking Song  No 5 of Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Good Friday  No 1 of Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
How mighty are the Sabbaths  No 3 of Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Intercession  No 2 of Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Little pigeon, grave and fleet  First line to The Pigeon Song, No 5 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Lord, Who hast made us for Thine own  First line to Psalm 148, No 2 of Two Psalms, H117 (Holst)
Love on my heart  No 6 of Seven Partsongs, H162 Op 44 (Holst)
Noblest, I pray Thee  First line to A Love Song, No 4 of Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Now arched dark boughs hang dim and still – Shepherds all, maidens fair  First line to The Shepherd's Night-Song, No 7 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
O Love, I complain  No 2 of Seven Partsongs, H162 Op 44 (Holst)
Pan and Echo – The Naiads' Music  No 4 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Pan's Saraband  No 3 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
Psalm 148  No 2 of Two Psalms, H117 (Holst)
Psalm 148 Lord, Who hast made us for Thine own  No 2 of Two Psalms, H117 (Holst)
Psalm 86  No 1 of Two Psalms, H117 (Holst)
Say who is this?  No 1 of Seven Partsongs, H162 Op 44 (Holst)
Set free Thy people, set free Thy servants  First line to Intercession, No 2 of Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Seven Partsongs, H162 Op 44 (Holst)
Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Sorrow and joy  No 5 of Seven Partsongs, H162 Op 44 (Holst)
The Pigeon Song  No 5 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
The Shepherds' Holyday  No 1 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
The Shepherd's Night-Song  No 7 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
The Song of the Reapers  No 6 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
The toil of day is ebbing, the quiet comes again  First line to Before Sleep, No 6 of Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Thus, thus begin the yearly rites  First line to The Shepherds' Holyday, No 1 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
To my humble supplication  First line to Psalm 86, No 1 of Two Psalms, H117 (Holst)
To you, consummate drinkers, though little be your drought  First line to Drinking Song, No 5 of Six Choruses, H186 Op 52 (Holst)
Two Psalms, H117 (Holst)
When first we met  No 4 of Seven Partsongs, H162 Op 44 (Holst)
Where while I seek you, Echo, do you live, Love? – Come, ye sorrowful and steep  First line to Pan and Echo – The Naiads' Music, No 4 of Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks' (Bliss)
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