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The Planets by Gustav Holst, Peter Sykes, Organist
". . . dazzling" writes AAM Journal; "satisfying and persuasive -- the hair on my arms was on end!" writes American Record Guide - [OAR-380]
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Organist Peter Sykes transcribes and plays this 20th-century orchestral masterpiece by Englishman Gustav Holst on the 1933 Ernest M. Skinner organ of 100+ ranks at Girard College, Philadelphia. This unique instrument is captured as a sonic spectacular by the award - winning Edward J. Kelly with very special microphones, innovatively deployed to realistically record the space and the organ to brilliant effect!

The Planets by Gustav Holst, Peter Sykes, Organist<BR><font color = red>\". . . dazzling\" writes <I>AAM Journal</I>; \"satisfying and persuasive -- the hair on my arms was on end!\" writes <I>American Record Guide</I></font>
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