Holst – The Planets – Op. 32

For Symphony Orchestra

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Uploaded on Oct 15, 2018

Liberated and dedicated by Christine Newton Bush, Perchance Music & Digital Media - https://perchancemusic.com/

Transcribed and engraved by:
Frank Luna – https://musescore.com/user/7731071
Mark Pearse (markpearse) – https://musescore.com/user/788211
Douglas Robb (Planet Bonezone) – https://musescore.com/user/27526780

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Pages 191
Duration 45:41
Measures 1537
Key signature natural
Parts 64
Part names Piccolo(2), Flute(5), Oboe(4), English Horn, Clarinet(7), Bassoon(4), French Horn(6), Trumpet(4), Trombone(3), Tuba(2), Timpani(2), Percussion(10), Harp(2), Organ, Voice(6), Strings(5)
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This mxl file is totally broken. Both Sibelius & Musescore tell me they can't open it. Please remove the file since it doesn't work.
The MuseScore file is not broken; it's just an extremely large score so it takes a long time to load. I think it's probably the same story with the MusicXML. This issue will be largely solved in MuseScore 3, but in the meantime you can download the movements separately here: https://musescore.com/user/16916841/sets/5097357.
Seems not just the mxl, trying to load the mscz hangs MuseScore. See also https://musescore.org/en/node/278936

MuseScore claims the mxl broken too "Fatal error: line 504838 column 27 Element tie is not defined in this scope." and then crashes with loading anyway
Many thanks from Christine Bush (financial sponsor of this edition) to Frank Luna, Mark Pearse, Douglas Robb, and Peter Jonas for your dedicated efforts to liberate this score. You should be very proud of your work here.

This comment and replies are about Mars: On measure 95 in the viola part there is a marked C# that should be a C natural
The same whole rest mistake as in measure 116 happens in measure 143 as well in the Euphonium part
There's also a mis-marked C natural on the bassoon 1 part at measure 104 on the + of 4. Also the bass clarinet has mis-marked enharmonics in which they should be D flats instead of sharps at measure 104
Also a lot of the rest subdivisions are messed up like at measure 116 where the whole rest should be broken up into two quarter rests and 1 half rest. This also happens at measure 121 where the half rest and quartet rest should be combined together into a dotted half rest