The Planets

Uranüs (6. Uranus (full score))

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About The Planets

The Planets, Op. 32, is a seven-movement orchestral suite by the English composer Gustav Holst, written between 1914 and 1916. Each movement of the suite is named after a planet of the Solar System and its corresponding astrological character as defined by Holst. With the exception of Earth, all the astrological planets known during the work's composition are represented.
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Uranus, the Magician, am:ኡራኑስ, ar:أورانوس, an:Urano, frp:Urano, ast:Uranu, az:Uran, bn:ইউরেনাস গ্রহ, zh-min-nan:Thiⁿ-ông-chheⁿ, be:Планета Уран, bo:སྐར་མ་གནམ་རྒྱལ།, bs:Uran, br:Ouran, bg:Уран, ca:Urà, cv:Уран, cs:Uran, cy:Wranws, nv:Yoowéinis, et:Uraan, el:Ουρανός, eml:Uràn, es:Urano, eo:Urano, eu:Urano, fa:اورانوس, ga:Úránas, gd:Urànus, gl:Urano, gan:天王星, gu:યુરેનસ, ko:천왕성, haw:Hele‘ekela, hy:Ուրան, hi:अरुण, hr:Uran, io:Urano, os:Уран, is:Úranus, it:Urano, he:אורנוס, kn:ಯುರೇನಸ್, ka:ურანი, csb:Ùran, kk:Уран, kw:Ouran, ht:Iranis, ku:Ûranûs, lv:Urāns, lt:Uranas, lij:Oran, jbo:uranos, hu:Uránusz, mk:Уран, ml:യുറാനസ്, mt:Uranu, mr:युरेनस ग्रह, arz:اورانوس, mzn:اورانوس, mwl:Ourano, mdf:Уран, mn:Тэнгэрийн ван, my:ယူရေးနပ်စ်ဂြိုဟ်, nah:Ilhuicateōcītlalli, ne:युरेनस, ja:天王星, nn:Planeten Uranus, nov:Urane, uz:Uran, pa:ਉਰਣ, pnb:یورینس, pms:Uran, tpi:Yurenes, pl:Uran, pt:Urano, ksh:Urranuß, qu:Uranu, ru:Уран, rue:Уран, sah:Уранус, st:Yuranese, sq:Urani, scn:Uranu, si:යු‍රේනස්, sk:Urán, sl:Uran, szl:Ůrůn, so:Uraano, sr:Уран, sh:Uran, tl:Urano, ta:யுரேனசு, te:యురేనస్, th:ดาวยูเรนัส, tg:Уран, tr:Uranüs, uk:Уран, ur:یورینس, ug:ئۇران, vi:Sao Thiên Vương, fiu-vro:Uraan, war:Urano, yi:אוראנוס, yo:Úránù, zh-yue:天王星, bat-smg:Orans, zh:天王星

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