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Holst

1. Alison. born 1938, New Zealand chef.
2. Gustav (Theodore). 1874--1934, English composer. His works include operas, choral music, and orchestral music such as the suite The Planets (1917)
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According to the State Library of Victoria art librarians, who worked with the art collection in Queens Hall during the latter half of the twentieth century, scores, numerous vocal parts and manuscript texts in Sanskrit were housed in a specific area in the Arts Library and were referred to as "The Holst Collection".
Asked what it was at McCord that engendered such strong service values, Holst put it down to good infrastructure, leadership and management systems, the stability and leadership provided by a committed core of competent senior doctors and nurses, and the 'very strong emphasis' on caring, firstly for patients and secondly for colleagues.
We do not know how it was received there, but on 11 December of the same year Fantasie on Folk Songs - Songs of the West had its English premiere when Holst conducted a performance by the Oxford House Musical and Dramatic Association at the Excelsior Hall in Bethnal Green Road, east London.
Holst has been the New Media Manager with The Wenatchee World since April 2006.
The second technology the Holst Centre will work on is thin-film electronics, dubbed "systems in foil.
Holst braked but was unable to slow in time and his truck hit the left side of the motorcycle.
The Holst opera is from Hindu literature, in which Savitri cheats Death when Death comes to claim Satyavan, her woodcutter husband.
Mars" begins things with a zesty, saucy bravado; Holst is said to have wanted this "Bringer of War" to ridicule the stupidity of war, and surely Susskind's zippy rendition conveys this thought.
The Bishop of Hulme, the Rt Rev Stephen Lowe, has asked churches to ban the singing of I Vow to Thee, My Country, a patriotic hymn set to the stirring music of classical composer Gustav Holst.
Their name, St Paul's, does not derive from any church but from the suite of that name by Gustav Holst.
Top of the list of 21 platinum books is 'Holst's Marvellous Muffins' by Alison Holst which has sold 244,365 copies since its release in 1994.