Adams: City Noir Los Angeles Philharmonic & Gustavo Dudamel
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- John Adams (1947-): City Noir
- 1The City And Its Double13:26
- 2The Song Is For You08:42
- 3Boulevard Night12:24
Info for Adams: City Noir
A world-class pairing, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and their charismatic Music Director Gustavo Dudamel, mark the start of their partnership with this concert, filmed live at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. The program defines everything that is fresh and exciting about their collaboration: a John Adams world premiere, City Noir, music that steps back into the dark past of Los Angeles, and the all-embracing First Symphony by Gustav Mahler.
'City Noir is a symphony inspired by the peculiar ambience and mood of Los Angeles ‘noir’ films, especially those produced in the late forties and early fifties. My music is an homage not necessarily to the film music of that period but rather to the overall aesthetic of the era. This symphony becomes the third in a triptych of orchestral works that have as their theme the California experience, its landscape and its culture. The two previous are The Dharma at Big Sur (also commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic) and El Dorado (commissioned by the San Francisco Symphony). City Noir was commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic in association with the London Symphony Orchestra, Cité de la Musique and ZaterdagMatinee.' (John Adams)
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
Engineered by Peter Hecker, Fred Vogler, Tim Boot
Editing & Mastering by Christopher Alder, Fred Vogler, Tim Boot, Scott Sedillo
Produced by Christopher Alder
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