Italian conductor Riccardo Chailly rehearses with the Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig, Germany, 19 February 2013. Born in Milan, he became music director of the Gewandhaus in Leipzig in 2005 and conducts the world famous orchestra. He will turn 60 on
Italian conductor Riccardo Chailly rehearses with the Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig, Germany, 19 February 2013. Born in Milan, he became music director of the Gewandhaus in Leipzig in 2005 and conducts the world famous orchestra. He will turn 60 on
Italian conductor Riccardo Chailly rehearses with the Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig, Germany, 19 February 2013. Born in Milan, he became music director of the Gewandhaus in Leipzig in 2005 and conducts the world famous orchestra. He will turn 60 on ©Getty - Jan Woitas
Italian conductor Riccardo Chailly rehearses with the Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig, Germany, 19 February 2013. Born in Milan, he became music director of the Gewandhaus in Leipzig in 2005 and conducts the world famous orchestra. He will turn 60 on ©Getty - Jan Woitas
Italian conductor Riccardo Chailly rehearses with the Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig, Germany, 19 February 2013. Born in Milan, he became music director of the Gewandhaus in Leipzig in 2005 and conducts the world famous orchestra. He will turn 60 on ©Getty - Jan Woitas
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Résumé

Riccardo Chailly est sans doute le plus européen des chefs d’orchestre italiens.

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Si la renommée de Riccardo Chailly s’est construite sur le grand répertoire symphonique et lyrique, il s’est toujours efforcé de diriger la musique de son temps, et sans négliger pour autant les compositeurs italiens. La clé de voûte de son talent est cette fusion entre tradition et modernité. (Documentation de Radio France)

THE SYMPHONY EDITION Riccardo Chailly DECCA
THE SYMPHONY EDITION Riccardo Chailly DECCA

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2. Riccardo Chailly

  • Schumann et Mahler
Les 4 symphonies version révisée par Gustav Mahler DECCA
Les 4 symphonies version révisée par Gustav Mahler DECCA

Robert Schumann
Symphonie n°1 en Si bemol Maj op 38 le printemps : allegro animato e grazioso
Gewandhaus Orchester
Riccardo Chailly, direction

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Gustav Mahler : Symphonie n°3 et Bach suite
Gustav Mahler : Symphonie n°3 et Bach suite

Jean Sebastien Bach (arr. Mahler)
Bach Suite : Gavotte I et II
Orchestre du Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Riccardo Chailly, direction

Gustav Mahler : Symphonie n°7 DECCA
Gustav Mahler : Symphonie n°7 DECCA

Gustav Mahler
Symphonie n°7 en mi min (Chant de la nuit) : 5. Rondo-finale
Orchestre du Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Riccardo Chailly, direction 

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L'équipe

Emilie Munera
Emilie Munera
Emilie Munera
Production
Rodolphe Bruneau-Boulmier
Rodolphe Bruneau-Boulmier
Martine Mony
Collaboration