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Playlist of Conducting

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    Lesson One: The Baton, Leonard Slatkins Conducting School


    Leonard Slatkin's Conducting School 1.0 is a series of monthly videos showing music lovers conducting basics. A new lesson will be released on the 15th of every month.

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    Guess What Hes Conducting 100% Classical Nerd Activated


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    Conducting Masterclass with Daniele Gatti and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra


    Live from the Concertgebouw Amsterdam the conducting masterclass with Daniele Gatti and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.

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    Interpretation Class: Beethoven - Symphony No. 5, Mvt. 1


    Interpretations of Music: Lessons for Life
    with Benjamin Zander

    Series 4, Class 6
    Kens Lui, conductor

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    The Art of Conducting - Great Conductors of the Past


    The Art of Conducting - Great Conductors of the Past (1994)

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    Daniel Barenboim on conducting


    Daniel Barenboim discusses his move to conducting.
    Broadcast on the program This Day Tonight, ABC Television, 14 April 1969. #ClassicRecap

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    Romeo & Juliet ‘Dance of the Knights’ • Marin Alsop conducting masterclass • BPYAP • Snape Maltings


    On the first conducting course on the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme, Marin Alsop gives a masterclass to Karen Ní Bhroin, who conducts Act I, No.13 ‘Dance of the Knights’ from Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet.

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    The Britten–Pears Young Artist Programme was founded over 40 years ago by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears to provide high-level performance training for the world’s best emerging professional musicians.

    Residential projects and masterclasses take place throughout the year in the beautiful surroundings of the Suffolk Coast where Britten lived and worked. Participants benefit from an exceptional campus of performance spaces and studios, which has grown around the iconic Snape Maltings Concert Hall, home of the Aldeburgh Festival.

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    Candide Overture: Leonard Bernstein conducting


    Candide Overture, conducted by the composer himself, Leonard Bernstein. Concert performance of Candide with June Anderson, Jerry Hadley, Christa Ludwig, Nicolai Gedda - London Symphony Orchestra (London, December 13, 1989).

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    3 year old Jonathan conducting to the 4th movement of Beethovens 5th Symphony


    This is 3 year old Jonathan conducting to the 4th movement of Beethoven's 5th Symphony.

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    Haitink: Conducting And The Importance Of Eye-contact


    Bernard Haitink's conducting masterclass on Brahms's Symphony No.3, recorded at London's Royal College of Music. In this clip, Haitink teaches the student the importance of maintaining eye-contact with the orchestra, even if this means he has to remove his glasses. The full 218-minute class is available to buy here:
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    Class Notes: What Does a Conductor Do?


    This Class Notes video answers the question What Does a Conductor Do? The vibrant American conductor Sarah Hicks interacts directly with the young students in the video to spark their interest in the conductor’s art and give them a taste of the great music it expresses.

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    Lesson Four: What to Do with the Left Hand, Leonard Slatkins Conducting School


    Leonard Slatkin demonstrates techniques and exercises for the conductor's left hand.

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    Conducting Exercises by Peter Gribanov


    Conducting Exercises by Peter Gribanov(1)
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    Simon Rattle conducting the Berliner Philharmoniker in 1993


    Full-length concert:
    First audiovisual recording of Simon Rattle conducting the Berliner Philharmoniker / Hector Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique / Sir Simon Rattle, conductor · Berliner Philharmoniker / Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonie, 8 November 1993
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    Ilya Musin. Conducting Lessons. Part 1


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    10 Conductors conducting the end of Mahler 2 simultaneously


    But I don't know why made this. I'm just really bored i guess

    As you can see Mahler's Resurrection Symphony is the best.

    Only chose 1 audio (A Haitink 1995 recording) to play because if you play the audio of all the videos shown here, it will be the end of your ears.

    Conductors, Left to right:

    Haitink, Rattle, Vasquez, Boulez
    Abbado, Gergiev, Bernstein
    Ozawa, Jansons, Dudamel

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    HOW TO: A Basic/starters guide to CONDUCTING


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    Richard Strauss Conducting


    This is a clip from the 1994 documentary The Art of Conducting: Great Conductors of the Past. Richard Strauss is conducting the Vienna Philharmonic in a performance of Till Eulenspiegel. It's amusing that he could be conducting such great music while looking so extremely bored.

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    Elements of Conducting - How To Conduct An Ensemble


    In this episode of Everything Music I interview my good friend conductor Thomas Verrier. Tom is Senior Band Conductor and Director of Wind Ensembles and an Associate Professor of Music at Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music. He serves as Conductor of the Vanderbilt Wind Symphony, Artistic Director of the Vanderbilt Music Acadèmie in Aix-en-Provence, France, and Founding Director of the Conductors Lab (a joint project with musicians of the Berlin Philharmonic). We discuss the basic elements and his philosophy of conducting small and large ensembles. You can find Tom here:

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    LSO Conducting Masterclass with Valery Gergiev


    Short film examining 3 student conductors participation in a conducting masterclass with the LSO and Maestro Valery Gergiev.

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    Michael Tilson Thomas Conducting Lesson


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    Master Class in Conducting with David Robertson


    LUCERNE FESTIVAL | Summer 2013

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    Gergiev teaches conducting


    Master-class in Rotterdam 2003
    A. Scriabin Le Poème de l'extase, op. 54

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    TEDxStLouis - David Robertson - The Art of Conducting?


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    How to Conduct Music: Lesson #1-Define your Conducting Space with the Conducting Window


    Conductor/Composer, Michelle Willis instructs on the foundations of how to conduct an ensemble.

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    Jonathan conducting to Beethovens 6th Symphony


    Jonathan, now four years old, is conducting to Beethoven's 6th Symphony.

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    Spotlight On Music - Choral Conducting


    County College of Morris Department of Music, Dance & Performing Arts presents Spotlight On Music. In this instructional program, CCM alum Matt Vanzini conducts the Mt. Olive Choir and instructs CCM Music Students on conducting. Then Mr. Vanzini turns the choir over to students, who conduct the choir, many for their first experience leading a group.

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    Gustav Mahler [1860-1911]

    5. Sinfonie cis-Moll

    IV. Adagietto

    Wiener Philharmoniker

    Leonard Bernstein, Leitung

    by berlinzerberus

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    How to Conduct Music: Lesson #2-Conduct in 4/4, 3/4 & 2/4


    Learn the basics of how to conduct in 4/4, 3/4, and 2/4 time signatures and practice along with the instructor.

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    Conducting Dream Theaters Dance of Eternity


    Containing 108 time-signature changes in just over six minutes, The Dance of Eternity by Dream Theater remains one of the most rhythmically complex works in the history of rock music. Numerous time signatures are used, including 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 3/8, 5/8, 7/8, 9/8, 11/8, 12/8, 15/8, 5/16, 6/16, 7/16, 13/16, 15/16, and 17/16. Watch as I conduct through the entire song.

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    Some Basic Conducting Exercises


    Don't forget: Practice makes permanent!!! Here are a few simple exercises to help you become accustomed to conducting movements and comfortable with the ictus.

    It is very important for you to have the ability to conduct fluently with either hand and make the other available to signal throughout the piece!

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    Memorable Conducting from Great Conductors


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    Sir Simon Rattle:
    Vladimir Jurowski:
    Leonard Bernstein:
    Valery Gergiev:

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    Ilya Musin. Conducting Lessons. Part 2


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    Lesson Five: Putting the Two Hands Together, Leonard Slatkins Conducting School


    Building on previous lessons, Leonard Slatkin demonstrates how a conductor uses both hands to communicate with the orchestra.

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    Lincolnshire Posy - Conducting by H. Robert Reynolds and the IYWO


    2009 International Youth Wind Orchestra performing Grainger's Lincolnshire Posey. And yes, the dvd video footage was that bad haha.

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    Inside the TMC: Conducting Master Class with Stefan Asbury and BSO cellist Mihail Jojatu


    Stefan Asbury, TMC Conducting Coordinator, and BSO cellist Mihail Jojatu work with three TMC Conducting Fellows in leading an ensemble and soloist in a concerto.

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    Simon Carrington - Choral Conducting Masterclass at the Three Choirs Festival


    From Handel's Messiah

    This clip was taken from the Classical music in Video collection. Learn more at . Over 400 classical performances are available in this collection.

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    Conducting From the Grave Improper Burial


    Off their EP Trials of the Forsaken All credits go to them!

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    1977 New Year’s Eve concert with Karajan conducting Beethoven’s 9th Symphony


    Full-length concert:
    Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 / Herbert von Karajan, conductor · Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin · Walter Hagen-Groll, chorus master / Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonie, 31 December 1977
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    Leonard Bernstein: The Conductor - the art of conducting


    “The art of conducting is a strange skill, because you can’t say precisely what it is you want.” New York Philharmonic historian and archivist, Barbara Haws, on Leonard Bernstein. Stay tuned these next three weeks to explore exclusive photos and interviews on Leonard Bernstein: The Conductor. #SonyClassicalSpotlights
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    CCM Conducting Workshop Session 2 w Jerry Junkin


    2015 conducting workshop at the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music.

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    The Gstaad Conducting Academy


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    Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla on Conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic


    Los Angeles Philharmonic Associate Conductor Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla talks about her family history, conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic and her upcoming concert program with Hilary Hahn in this new interview video! See Mirga conduct the LA Phil and violinist Hilary Hahn on Dec. 10-12, 2015, at Walt Disney Concert Hall, in a program featuring works by Weinberg, Vieuxtemps and Tchaikovsky. VIsit for tickets.

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    LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY -- Master Class in Conducting 2011


    LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY - Master Class in Conducting
    28 August - 3 September 2011

    Arnold Schoenberg: Variations for Orchestra, Op. 31 (1926-1928)

    Pierre Boulez | Artistic Director and Supervisor

    Jeffrey Means (USA)
    Gregory Charette (USA)
    Fergus Macleod (UK)
    Pablo Rus Broseta (SPAIN)

    Filmed at Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Luzern, KKL

    A Production of nmzmedia
    On behalf of LUCERNE FESTIVAL

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    The Original Original! The Planets rec. 1926, restored, Holst conducting Holst / London SO


    Gustav Holst: The Planets (1914-16)
    (He changed his name from von Holst, eleven days before the first [private] performance of the work, fearing it could have been interpreted as German)

    There's no law that says you'd need to endure that traditional noise and crackle when listening to old recordings!
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    The Composer conducting the London Symphony Orchestra, 1926. It can't get any more authentic than this! This was the 4th (and last) time Holst was recording this with the LSO. The previous versions (apparently partial) in 1922, -23, and -25 had been acoustic unamplified 'horn' recordings, this was the first one employing electronic amplification by vacuum tubes and electrically operated grooving.

    Naturally this is a historically valuable recording, but the limitations of the technology are evident mostly in the odd balance of the orchestral instruments, there probably was a very limited number of mics used. Regarding noise levels and distortion this original is almost unbelievably good for a 1920s recording. Original matrices must have been used for transfer. Note: there's no phony stereo effect added.

    This one is also among the fastest Planets recordings ever, it almost swings.

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    6 Conductors conducting the end of Mahler 8 simultaneously


    It's not as good as the Mahler 2 video :(

    I wish more live videos of this work is published so that I can compile them

    10 Conductors conducting the end of Mahler 2 simultaneously:

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    Choral conducting workshop | NYCGB


    Watch NYCGB Deputy Artistic Director Greg Beardsell coach three members of the National Youth Training Choir as they get their chance to conduct the National Youth Chamber Choir. Recorded in 2014.

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    Film by Rob Kelly

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    Maria Schneider guest-conducting Colours Jazz Orchestra guest soloist Scott Robinson EVANESCENCE


    From the very first album by Maria (Enja 1994 now on ArtstShare), dedicated to Gil Evans. Scott Robinson genial soloist on tenor sax, effects and echotrumpet

    One of the most awaited rendezvous at 2012 Ancona summer jazz festival, something special and unique from a great composer a superb orchestra and the most wide-ranging jazz instrumentalist.

    Inside the gorgeus Mole Vanvitelliana in Ancona, Italy on July 7th, 2012 during ANCONA JAZZ SUMMER FESTIVAL
    (European exclusive)

    Finally the Colours Jazz Orchestra meets its mentor Maria Schneider and Scott Robinson, too! What a night!

    Maria Schneider, director, composer, arranger
    Scott Robinson, reeds & more
    Giorgio Caselli, Luca Giardini, Giacomo Uncini, Samuele Garofoli trumpets:
    Massimo Morganti, Carlo Piermartire, Luca Pernici, Pierluigi Bastioli trombone;
    Simone La Maida, Maurizio Moscatelli, alto sax, flute, clarinet
    Filippo Sebastanelli, Dan Kinzelman, tenor sax, flute, clarinet
    Marco Postacchini baritone sax baritono and bass clarinet
    Luca Pecchia, guitar
    Emilio Marinelli, piano
    Gabriele Pesaresi, double bass
    Massimo Manzi, drums

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    Guys & Dolls 2014-2015 National Tour - Conducting Highlights Reel


    Clips from the April 19th, 2015 show I conducted of Guys & Dolls in Costa Mesa, California at the Segerstrom Center.

    Matthew Croft - Keyboard 2/Associate Conductor

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    CW/A - Conducting The Method


    CW/A's debut EP 'Conducting The Method' is out on 12 vinyl and digital:



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