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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]


John AdamsEdit

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert HallEdit

Stefan AsburyEdit

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert HallEdit

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

Leonard BernsteinEdit

Deutsche GrammophonEdit

Andrey BoreykoEdit

Yarlung RecordsEdit

Fritz BuschEdit


Gustavo DudamelEdit

Deutsche GrammophonEdit

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert HallEdit


Christoph EschenbachEdit

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert HallEdit

Lawrence FosterEdit

New World RecordsEdit

  • Weiss: American Life

Twentieth Century FoxEdit

Carlo Maria GiuliniEdit

Deutsche GrammophonEdit

John HarbisonEdit

New World RecordsEdit

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

Herbert von KarajanEdit

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

Otto KlempererEdit

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

Sergei KoussevitzkyEdit

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

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

Reinbert de LeeuwEdit

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert HallEdit

Erich LeinsdorfEdit

EMI Classics/SeraphimEdit

Sheffield Lab RecordsEdit

Jesús López-CobosEdit

Musical Heritage SocietyEdit

Neville MarrinerEdit

Yarlung RecordsEdit

Zubin MehtaEdit


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

RCA Red SealEdit


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


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

Sony ClassicalEdit

David Alan MillerEdit

Harmonia MundiEdit

  • 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

André PrevinEdit


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

New World RecordsEdit

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

Philips ClassicsEdit

Telarc RecordsEdit

Simon RattleEdit

EMI ClassicsEdit

Artur RodzińskiEdit


Esa-Pekka SalonenEdit

Deutsche GrammophonEdit

DG Concerts — recorded live at Walt Disney Concert HallEdit


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



Philips ClassicsEdit

Sony ClassicalEdit

Calvin SimmonsEdit

New World RecordsEdit

  • Carpenter: Krazy Kat
  • Gilbert: Dance in Place Congo
  • Powell: Rhapsodie Nègre (Zita Carno, piano)

William SteinbergEdit

Cembal D'amourEdit

Leopold StokowskiEdit

EMI Classics/SeraphimEdit

Michael Tilson ThomasEdit

Sony ClassicalEdit

Alfred WallensteinEdit

Angel RecordsEdit

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

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


Doremi RecordsEdit


EMI Classics/SeraphimEdit

Past ClassicsEdit

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



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

Bruno WalterEdit

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

Pinchas Zukerman (conductor and violin)Edit

Deutsche GrammophonEdit

Sony ClassicalEdit

  • 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


  1. ^ "Discography (2008/09 Season)" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-03-06.
  2. ^ "Los Angeles Philharmonic recordings". Roger Bobo - Brass Legend. Retrieved 2008-03-06.
  3. ^ " Review Digest for Performances by Zubin Mehta". Retrieved 2008-03-06.
  4. ^ "Full Discography". Esa-Pekka Salonen -- Official website. Retrieved 2008-03-06.
  5. ^ "search results for "Los Angeles Philharmonic"". Deutsche Grammophon Online Catalogue. Retrieved 2008-03-07.
  6. ^ "Ensemble: Los Angeles Philharmonic". Retrieved 2008-07-10.

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