Philharmonia Orchestra Download

Please use the link to the right (or below, if you're viewing this page on a mobile or tablet) to download your free download of Jupiter, ‘The Bringer of Jollity’ the fourth movement from Holst’s The Planets recorded by the Philharmonia Orchestra with Martyn Brabbins. To learn more about this piece you can watch the video below where Animateur Paul Rissmann presents a listening guide.

Listening Guide: Holst's The Planets - Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity

Animateur Paul Rissmann presents a listening guide to the fourth movement of Holst's 'The Planets' suite, entitled "Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity".

The Philharmonia Orchestra is thrilled to have Le Méridien Piccadilly as its hotel partner, a relationship which guarantees the most luxurious and relaxing surroundings for our conductors and soloists whenever they come to perform in London. In turn, the Philharmonia is delighted to welcome guests from Le Méridien Piccadilly to its concerts at the Royal Festival Hall in London, where they are invited to enjoy complementary drinks and stunning views of the Thames in our exclusive members’ bar. Our players also enjoy performing regular recitals amidst the spectacular surroundings of the hotel’s beautiful Oak Room. 

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The Philharmonia Orchestra is one of the world’s great orchestras. Acknowledged as the UK’s foremost musical pioneer, with an extraordinary recording legacy, the Philharmonia leads the field for its quality of playing, and for its innovative approach to audience development, residencies, music education and the use of new technologies in reaching a global audience. Together with its relationships with the world’s most sought-after artists, most importantly its Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor Esa-Pekka Salonen, the Philharmonia Orchestra is at the heart of British musical life.