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Los Angeles Philharmonic Discography

This is a complete list of recordings by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, shown alphabetically by conductor, and then by recording label.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

John Adams

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Stefan Asbury

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert Hall

  • Reich: Tehillim (with Synergy Vocals)
  • Reich: Three Movements for Orchestra
  • Reich: Variations for Winds, Strings and Keyboard

Leonard Bernstein

Deutsche Grammophon

Andrey Boreyko

Yarlung Records

Fritz Busch

Guild

Aaron Copland

Naxos

Gustavo Dudamel

Deutsche Grammophon

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert Hall

OMM

Christoph Eschenbach

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Lawrence Foster

New World Records

Twentieth Century Fox

Carlo Maria Giulini

Deutsche Grammophon

John Harbison

New World Records

  • Harbison: The Natural World (Janice Felty, mezzo-soprano)

Herbert von Karajan

Pristine Audio (recorded live at the Hollywood Bowl, 2 July 1959)

Otto Klemperer

Historical recordings appearing on multiple labels (Archipel Records, archiphon, Deutsche Grammophon, Grammofono 2000)

Sergei Koussevitzky

Iron Needle (live at the Hollywood Bowl: August 1948)

Rockport Records (live at the Hollywood Bowl: Sept 3, 1949)

Reinbert de Leeuw

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert Hall

Nonesuch

Erich Leinsdorf

EMI Classics/Seraphim

Sheffield Lab Records

Jesús López-Cobos

Musical Heritage Society

Neville Marriner

Yarlung Records

Zubin Mehta

Atlantic/WEA

"The 3 Tenors in Concert 1994" (with the Los Angeles Music Center Opera Chorus)

RCA Red Seal

Cambria

  • Kraft: Concerto for Four Percussionists & Orchestra (Charles DeLancey, Forrest Clark, William Kraft, Walter Goodwin, percussionists)
  • Kraft: Contextures: Riots - Decade '60

London/Decca

Myto Records — recorded live in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion (Nov 14, 1967)

Sony Classical

David Alan Miller

Harmonia Mundi

  • Powell: Duplicates: A Concerto for Two Pianos (Alan Feinberg and Robert Taub, pianos) (recorded live at the Los Angeles Music Center, January 28, 1990)
  • Powell: Setting for Two Pianos (Bryan Pezzone and Trina Dye, pianos)
  • Powell: Modules: An Intermezzo for Chamber Orchestra

Stu Phillips

Intrada

André Previn

Elektra/Nonesuch

  • Kraft: Contextures II: The Final Beast (Mary Rawcliffe, soprano; Jonathan Mack, tenor; New Albion Ensemble; Pasadena Boys Choir)

New World Records

  • Harbison: Concerto for Double Brass Choir and Orchestra
  • Shapero: Symphony for Classical Orchestra
  • Shapero: Nine Minute Overture

Philips Classics

Telarc Records

Simon Rattle

EMI Classics

David Robertson

Canary Classics

Cantaloupe Music

Artur Rodzi?ski

Eklipse

Esa-Pekka Salonen

Deutsche Grammophon

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert Hall

ECM

  • Pärt: Symphony No. 4, "Los Angeles"

Nonesuch

Ondine

Philips Classics

Sony Classical

Zappa Records

Calvin Simmons

New World Records

William Steinberg

Cembal D'amour

Leopold Stokowski

EMI Classics/Seraphim

Igor Stravinsky

Deutsche Grammophon

Michael Tilson Thomas

Sony Classical

Eduard van Beinum

Deutsche Grammophon

Alfred Wallenstein

Angel Records

  • Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 73

Historical Recordings appearing on multiple labels (AURA CLASSICS, Ital Disc Inst)

Clarion

Deutsche Grammophon

Doremi Records

Eklipse

EMI Classics/Seraphim

Past Classics

  • Mozart: Symphony No. 35 in D Major (Haffner), K.385

RCA VICTOR

Simax

  • Beethoven: "Ah! perfido! . . . Per pietà, non dirmi addio", scena and aria for soprano & orchestra, Op. 65 (Kirsten Flagstad, soprano)

Bruno Walter

Historical recordings appearing on multiple labels (Ital Disc Inst, Eklipse Records, Enterprise, Grammofono 2000, Historical Performers, Urania)

Pinchas Zukerman (conductor and violin)

Deutsche Grammophon

Sony Classical

  • Mozart: Serenade No. 12 for winds in C minor ("Nacht Musique"), K. 388 (K. 384a)
  • Mozart: Serenade No. 7 for orchestra in D major ("Haffner"), K. 250 (K. 248b)
  • Vivaldi: Violin Concerto in A Minor, RV 356

References

  1. ^ "Discography (2008/09 Season)" (PDF). laphil.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-07-26. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Los Angeles Philharmonic recordings". Roger Bobo - Brass Legend. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "ClassicsToday.com Review Digest for Performances by Zubin Mehta". ClassicsToday.com. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Full Discography". Esa-Pekka Salonen -- Official website. Archived from the original on 2008-02-10. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "search results for "Los Angeles Philharmonic"". Deutsche Grammophon Online Catalogue. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Ensemble: Los Angeles Philharmonic". Arkivmusic.com. Retrieved .
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