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9 thoughts on “ Tomita The Planets

  1. Mar 16,  · As with the orchestral versions of "The Planets" i think "Mars", "Venus", and "Neptune" are the highlights, Tomita has taken the essence of the rhythms and melodies of the suite and played /5(36).
  2. Download album by Isao Tomita - The Planets () DTS Hello! Please login. New. Lost. Music Search. To immediately find what you need to enter a keyword in the form below. If you need more precise search, use the option «Advanced.
  3. Isao Tomita – The Planets (The Tomita Planets) Contributed by Stephen Coles on Jun 23rd, Author: Stephen Coles.
  4. Jan 16,  · Gustav Holst's "The Planets" Movement 4: Jupiter, The Bringer of Jollity, electronically performed by Isao Tomita, ©, RCA Records, New York, NY. Produced by Plasma Music, Inc.
  5. 'The Tomita Planets' was more than likely so named in the USA to avoid the confusion the record companies were fearful of. 'The Planets' was taken out of market for a few years by court order from Gustav Holst's relatives.
  6. Jun 18,  · Hence the title The Tomita Planets, which did not deter the Holst estate from trying (unsuccessfully) to pull this recording off the market at the time. When Tomita sticks to what Holst wrote, he follows every turn and bend of the score, save for a big cut in the last part of Jupiter and an eviscerated Uranus that nearly disappears altogether.
  7. This is a list of Isao Tomita's recordings, from to the present, complete, where available, with original sleeve details. It does not include some of the more obscure Japanese-only releases. Snowflakes are Dancing · Pictures at an Exhibition · Firebird · The Planets · Sound Creature · Kosmos · The Bermuda Triangle · Tomita's.
  8. Apr 06,  · THE PLANETS is a completely different mood for TOMITA, but he did a fantastic job on it. Each time I hear any part of THE PLANETS performed by Symphony Orchestra, it sounds very two-dimensional and just falls flat compared to TOMITA’s.5/5(1).
  9. Jun 04,  · Tomita's version of Holst's the Planets is an interpretation of the symphony on an array of analog synthesizers (think Moog) and other recording equipment. He throws in his own twists into Holst's score and makes it sound quite modern (for )/5(51).

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