Violin I part from Music of Pageant & Patriotism - Holst, G. - I Vow To Thee My Country ('Jupiter' from 'The Planets') - arr. for Soprano & String Quartet by Gerald Manning

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I VOW TO THEE MY COUNTRY (�Jupiter� from The Planets Suite) Text: Cecil Spring-Rice (1859-1918) Music: Gustav Holst (1874-1934)

In 1915 Gustav Holst composed one of his best-known works, The Planets, a suite of seven tone poems for large orchestra (first performed, at a semi-private rehearsal by Adrian Boult in 1918 and in public, without the movements �Venus� and �Neptune�, by the Royal Philharmonic Society in 1919). On January 12 Cecil Spring-Rice appended a text to the fourth movement of the work known by its full title as � Jupiter - The Bringer of Jollity�, transforming the middle section of this fourth movement tone poem into a quasi hymn form known as Thaxted, which after its first performance in September 1918 firmly established itself as the nations favourite patriotic hymn.


Composer
Gustav Holst
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Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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