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Classica - Uscito il 28 agosto 2020 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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This live Ives cycle was recorded in February of 2020 at Walt Disney Hall, and it made a splash at its performances at the time. There is an outlook that, as with Russians and Shostakovich, it takes American conductors to really get the Ives symphonies, with their profusion of vernacular references big and minute. That will have to be rethought in view of this superb set of readings from Gustavo Dudamel, conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Dudamel has rightly received praise for his magnificently detailed Symphony No. 4, which uses a second conductor, Marta Gardolinska. This dense score, which very easily devolves into sonic mush, emerges here with exceptional clarity right from the beginning of the opening-movement Prelude, with an offstage choir, a piano, and numerous orchestral details. The Second and Third symphonies have the right slightly mystical, transcendent use of American hymns and folk music, but perhaps Dudamel's greatest triumph here is the Symphony No. 1, so often taken as a student exercise in the late Romanticism of Brahms and Dvořák. That is certainly an element of its style, but Dudamel's delicate reading brings out the work's questing quality. Yes, it has big Romantic tunes, but here, they always seem to be on the point of turning the corner and going in a new direction. Deutsche Grammophon's engineering is extraordinary: there is virtually no audience noise, and the extraordinarily complex textures come through without a hint of distortion. A superb accomplishment of which all can be proud, guaranteed to bring hours of absorbing listening. © TiVo
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Classica - Uscito il 02 novembre 2018 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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L’edizione di questa nuova versione del celebre balletto di Čajkovskij fa eco all’uscita internazionale dell’ultimo film degli studios Walt Disney, Lo schiaccianoci e i quattro regni, la cui musica originale di James Newton Howard riprende i temi principali della partitura di Čajkovskij, modernizzandola. Incisa da Gustavo Dudamel con Lang Lang al pianoforte e Andrea Bocelli che canta la sigla, la colonna sonora del film è inoltre concepita su misura per le tre star mondiali dello showbiz, che oramai ha raggiunto la musica classica.La presente incisione dell’opera originale è stata realizzata durante un concerto alla… Walt Disney Concert Hall di Los Angeles, nel dicembre del 2013, in occasione delle festività natalizie. Un concerto che segnava inoltre i dieci anni della fruttuosa collaborazione di Gustavo Dudamel con l’Orchestra Filarmonica di Los Angeles.Il direttore venezuelano ci offre una visione edonistica del racconto tedesco di E.T.A. Hoffmann, riveduto da Alexandre Dumas e tanto meravigliosamente musicato dal compositore russo, che firma qui uno dei suoi ultimi capolavori, appena prima di comporre la Sinfonia «Patetica» che sarà il suo testamento musicale. Qui è tutto magie e dolcetti, lungo una straordinaria ispirazione melodica messa in risalto da un’orchestrazione leggera, dai timbri particolari, come nella celebre Danza della Fata Confetto che ha reso popolare la celesta, curioso strumento inventato nel 1886, nato dagli amori improbabili fra un glockenspiel e un pianoforte e scoperto da Čajkovskij a Parigi.Dudamel gioca fino in fondo la carta del sogno e della meraviglia, con una direzione morbida e raffinata che guarda più in direzione di Vienna che di San Pietroburgo, ma che sa anche conservare uno spirito infantile, con nostro grande piacere. © François Hudry/Qobuz
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Classica - Uscito il 15 marzo 2019 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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Ciò che c’è di più commovente in questa rilettura dei grandi temi di John Williams ad opera del giovane direttore d’orchestra venezuelano Gustavo Dudamel, è sapere che quest’ultimo è cresciuto grazie a questa musica, tanto quella tratta dai film di Steven Spielberg che da quelli di George Lucas. Questa grande madeleine de Proust costituisce un panorama completo dell’opera sinfonica del compositore, per lo meno di quella che riguarda le sue colonne sonore dei blockbuster (grosso modo dagli anni ’80 ad oggi). Registrato alla Walt Disney concert hall di Los Angeles il 30 settembre 2014, questo live evidenza tutto il lirismo di Dudamel, oltre ad una densità che cozza con la direzione a volte rigorosamente fredda di Williams delle registrazioni in cui è lo stesso compositore a dirigere le proprie opere. Da notare anche l’aspetto scintillante di alcuni timbri– in particolare nei passaggi in cui gli ottoni si manifestano per esaltare l’eroismo della mitologia hollywoodiana alla quale è profondamente associato John Williams.  La playlist non dà adito a sorprese: da Star Wars a Superman, fino a Harry Potter, sono i pezzi fondamentali del compositore dalla barba bianca ad essere proposti in questo disco. La star «invisibile» del concerto, è ovviamente Steven Spielberg, la cui filmografia è particolarmente ben rappresentata. Si potrebbe quasi definire questo album come un «Tribute a Spielberg»! Da ricordare l’ardore assoluto dei temi di Marion (I predatori dell’arca perduta) e di Jurassic Park, o ancora la magia tonica dell’estratto della colonna sonora di E.T. l’extraterrestre. Segnaliamo infine il passaggio emozionante da solista del violinista Itzhak Perlman per La Schindlerlist. Come lo dimostrano questi esempi, ad essere celebrate in questo album sono soprattutto la foga e il lirismo di John Williams. ©Nicolas Magenham/Qobuz
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Musica sinfonica - Uscito il 02 dicembre 2016 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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Classica - Uscito il 23 settembre 2013 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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It is surely a natural combination of talents to have Gustavo Dudamel interpret the tone poems of Richard Strauss with the Berlin Philharmonic, but it is still a major coup, no matter how obvious the idea seems on its face. The live recordings of Also sprach Zarathustra, Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche, and Don Juan on this 2013 release from Deutsche Grammophon are a true feast for the ears, and the marvelous sonorities and myriad details in Strauss' dense but transparent scores are all on display here. Dudamel is one of the finest shapers of an orchestra's sound, and his expert handling of nuanced timbres and subtle dynamics is everywhere apparent in Also sprach Zarathustra. However, if Till Eulenspiegel or Don Juan are overly familiar to jaded listeners, Dudamel makes them seem just as clear and fresh as Also sprach Zarathustra, and the orchestral colors pop with astonishing vividness and stand out with distinctive presence. While some may discount high praise for this album as hype, hearing it will convince even the most jaundiced skeptic, especially after feeling this CD's irresistable pull and listening to it in one rapt sitting. Dudamel has shown abundant promise in all of his recordings to date, but this Strauss album puts him among the great conductors of our time, without the slightest doubt. © TiVo
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Musica sinfonica - Uscito il 09 gennaio 2017 | Sony Classical

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This 2017 concert, on the market by the end of the second week in January, marked the first Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert led by the sensational Venezuelan-American conductor Gustavo Dudamel. Those hoping, or fearing, that he would shake up the repertory of this Vienna institution, are given little material to work with; the program follows the time-honored pattern, with the Strauss family in the foremost position and The Beautiful Blue Danube in its proper place in the encores. This said, Dudamel's New Year's Concert is fresh and energetic, and really a great deal of fun. The Viennese audience rewards him with warm applause and as much enthusiasm as Viennese can muster. He introduces quite a few pieces that are new to the concert, closing out the first half with the utterly charming Pepita-Polka, Op. 138, an unjustly neglected masterpiece of Johann Strauss II. There are no fewer than four Johann II premieres, and among the other newcomers is the familiar Skaters' Waltz (Les Patineurs) of Emile Waldteufel. In the main Strauss pieces, Dudamel applies his high-energy but precise sound to this highly familiar material, and lo and behold it works: there are foot-tappers galore, but the characteristic Strauss humor is not lost. Sample the Rotunde-Quadrille, Op. 360, of Johann II for an idea, and note that the sound quality on the New Year's Concert release gets just a little better each year. The New Year's Concert, far from being a moribund tradition, is a growing phenomenon, broadcast as far afield as Indonesia and Mozambique. With satisfying performances like these, that trend seems likely to continue. © TiVo
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Classica - Uscito il 01 gennaio 2008 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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Musica sinfonica - Uscito il 01 gennaio 2014 | Gustavo Dudamel

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Classica - Uscito il 19 luglio 2019 | Sony Classical

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Classica - Uscito il 06 ottobre 2009 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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It's still too early in Gustavo Dudamel's career to put out a greatest-hits collection, yet he has released enough high-profile albums on Deutsche Grammophon to warrant a generous sampler. To give listeners a clear idea of this critically acclaimed conductor's range and versatility, short pieces and movements from larger works have been selected from seven CDs to highlight his repertoire on Discoveries. From Beethoven to Bernstein, with touchstones along the way by Tchaikovsky, Bruckner, Mahler, Stravinsky, Revueltas, and others, this compilation demonstrates Dudamel's broad musical tastes and boundless enthusiasm for showstopping orchestral works. Conducting the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic, and the Vienna Philharmonic, he shows his exceptional aptitude for symphonic music, ballets, and tone poems, and delivers the music with fiery energy and drama. © TiVo
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Sinfonie - Uscito il 02 ottobre 2015 | Gustavo Dudamel

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Classica - Uscito il 01 gennaio 2006 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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Musica sinfonica - Uscito il 01 gennaio 2014 | Gustavo Dudamel

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Musica sinfonica - Uscito il 13 febbraio 2017 | Gustavo Dudamel

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Classica - Uscito il 15 aprile 2015 | Gustavo Dudamel

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Classica - Uscito il 06 ottobre 2009 | Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

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It's still too early in Gustavo Dudamel's career to put out a greatest-hits collection, yet he has released enough high-profile albums on Deutsche Grammophon to warrant a generous sampler. To give listeners a clear idea of this critically acclaimed conductor's range and versatility, short pieces and movements from larger works have been selected from seven CDs to highlight his repertoire on Discoveries. From Beethoven to Bernstein, with touchstones along the way by Tchaikovsky, Bruckner, Mahler, Stravinsky, Revueltas, and others, this compilation demonstrates Dudamel's broad musical tastes and boundless enthusiasm for showstopping orchestral works. Conducting the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic, and the Vienna Philharmonic, he shows his exceptional aptitude for symphonic music, ballets, and tone poems, and delivers the music with fiery energy and drama. © TiVo
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Classica - Uscito il 05 luglio 2019 | Sony Classical

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Classica - Uscito il 09 gennaio 2017 | Sony Classical

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This 2017 concert, on the market by the end of the second week in January, marked the first Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert led by the sensational Venezuelan-American conductor Gustavo Dudamel. Those hoping, or fearing, that he would shake up the repertory of this Vienna institution, are given little material to work with; the program follows the time-honored pattern, with the Strauss family in the foremost position and The Beautiful Blue Danube in its proper place in the encores. This said, Dudamel's New Year's Concert is fresh and energetic, and really a great deal of fun. The Viennese audience rewards him with warm applause and as much enthusiasm as Viennese can muster. He introduces quite a few pieces that are new to the concert, closing out the first half with the utterly charming Pepita-Polka, Op. 138, an unjustly neglected masterpiece of Johann Strauss II. There are no fewer than four Johann II premieres, and among the other newcomers is the familiar Skaters' Waltz (Les Patineurs) of Emile Waldteufel. In the main Strauss pieces, Dudamel applies his high-energy but precise sound to this highly familiar material, and lo and behold it works: there are foot-tappers galore, but the characteristic Strauss humor is not lost. Sample the Rotunde-Quadrille, Op. 360, of Johann II for an idea, and note that the sound quality on the New Year's Concert release gets just a little better each year. The New Year's Concert, far from being a moribund tradition, is a growing phenomenon, broadcast as far afield as Indonesia and Mozambique. With satisfying performances like these, that trend seems likely to continue. © TiVo
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Musica sinfonica - Uscito il 16 dicembre 2016 | Gustavo Dudamel

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