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FROM THIS EPISODE

It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to call the late Ernest Fleischmann a titanic figure in the world of classical music. He put Los Angeles on the cultural map in his long reign as head of the LA Philharmonic and revived the Hollywood Bowl as an LA tradition. Guest host Martin Perlich remembers Ernest with LA Times Music Critic Mark Swed, composers William Kraft and John Williams, and longtime Fleischmann associate, Vanessa Butler.

Music intro: Esa-Pekka Salonen, LA Variations: Five Images after Sappho · Mania · Gambit · Giro / Upshaw · Karttunen; Los Angeles Philharmonic and the London Sinfonietta

Outro: Beethoven recording, part of Deutsche Grammophon's "DG Concerts" series, recorded live from Walt Disney Concert Hall in 2005/2006, Volume 3. (Available as a digital release)

Salonen - LA Variations

Esa-Pekka Salonen

Guest Interview Remembering Ernest Fleischmann

Guests:
Mark Swed, Classical Music Critic, Los Angeles Times
William Kraft, former Composer-in-Residence, Los Angeles Philharmonic
John Williams, Conductor-Composer, Walt Disney Concert Hall Opening Gala
Vanessa Butler, former Publicist, Los Angeles Philharmonic

CREDITS

Producers:
Sarah Spitz

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