Ernest Macmillan (1893 – 1973) was a renowned Canadian composer and conductor. He recorded just four parts of Holst’s Planets Suite with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra for Victor in 1942 – Mars, Venus, Mercury and Jupiter. As Mercury required only one side, Adrian Boult’s BBC Symphony Orchestra recording of Elgar’s Imperial March was used as a filler.
Holst – The Planets Op.32

No.1 Mars (The Bringer of War)
No.2 Venus (The Bringer of Peace)
No.3 Mercury (The Winged Messneger)
No.4 Jupiter (The Bringer of Jollity)

Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Sir Ernest Macmillan

Elgar – Imperial March Op.32
BBC Symphony Orchestra, Adrian Boult

Mediafire link for Holst – Planets – excerpts – Macmillan

(This is a zip file – left click the link, download the file, then unzip when downloaded)

Victor album DM929, 11-8303/6 (auto-coupling)
(Standard coupling on 11-84121/5)
Matrices ??
Recorded 1942

Sir Adrian Boult’s 1937 recording of Elgar’s Imperial March was used as a filler for this set.
Matrix 2EA-1054-1A
Recorded 16th April 1937