Los Angeles Philharmonic Discography - John Adams - DG Concerts — Recorded Live At Walt Disney Concert Hall

DG Concerts — Recorded Live At Walt Disney Concert Hall

  • Adams: The Dharma at Big Sur (Leila Josefowicz, electric violin) (world premiere recording)
  • Kraft: Timpani Concerto No. 1 (Joseph Pereira, timpani)
  • Rosenman: Suite from Rebel Without a Cause

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