Maurice Ravel: Bolero / Gustavo Dudamel conducts the Wiener Philharmoniker at Lucerne Festival 2010

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At the closing concert of the Lucerne Festival 2010, the Wiener Philharmoniker performed Maurice Ravel's probably most famous piece of music under the baton of Gustavo Dudamel: Boléro.

The concert was broadcast live in more than 50 cinemas in Europe on 18 September 2010.

Recording Date: 18 September 2010
Composers: Maurice Ravel
Orchestras: Wiener Philharmoniker
Conductors: Gustavo Dudamel
Director: Michael Beyer

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Una magnífica interpretación, la cara de satisfacción del excelente Gustavo Dudamel lo dice todo. ¡Muy buen trabajo!

Author — TheGamerMaldito

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Placing ads in the middle of classical music is inexcusable.

Author — michael ewing

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The conductor has a dancer's heart. His movements and expressions perfectly convey the joy and sensual majesty of this piece.

Author — Eileen Hetherington

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Одно из моих любимых произведений( а ещё, ,танец с саблями)
Когда слушаю аж, ,мурашки" бегут по спине от энергетики произведения!
Я поражаюсь выдержки барабанщика неподдаться энергетики музыки и инструментов вокруг себя!! А ведь именно он задаёт весь ритм музыки, и ведь не сбивается с ритма!
Дирижёр, ,от бога", а барабанщику респект.

Author — Вадим Кондратьев

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É uma obra de arte. O semblante de cada músico se assemelha ao semblantes de .deuses. O maestro é um ser especial. Agradeço a Deus por isso. Pura arte, sublime !!!! Esse Maestro me encanta!!!!

Author — Silvia Godiano

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Do you know who the hero's of Bolero actually are? Not the soloists, not the conductor, it's the freaking drummer! I mean just think about the concentration needed not to mess up on the same rhythm for 17 whole minutes. It's crazy!

Author — Evgeny Stolyarov

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The conductor looks so happy, so whenever I see this, I am happy too.

Author — Carolyn Song

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Drummer: hey boss, where's my music?
Conducter: play this beat for 17 minutes cool??

Author — The Bro

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La ejecución es perfecta pero, a pesar de que comprendo la necesidad de ingresos a través de publicidad, colocar esta publicidad interrumpiendo la música es un despropósito, colocarla antes y después sería lo lógico

Author — Carlos Vignolo

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It should be a felony to put in ad in the middle of this song

Author — Claude Maxwell

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Why my brain make me remember when i play kingdom hearts 2 as a child

Author — Kuro Naichi

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How dare YouTube put an ad right in the middle of Boléro.

Author — Jermaine Hicks

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no one:
not even weird gustavo:
the drummer: bum bum bumm bum bum bumm *17 minutes 31 sec later* aight im done

Author — Abigail Zheng

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Doctor: you have 17 minutes and 32 seconds left to live
Me: *immediately turns on this video*

Author — Sophia Brattoli

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I hope the snare guy was able to go home after playing the snare for 17 minutes straight.... what a beast!!

Author — bambino100011

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Alguem pode me falar quais são todos os instrumentos deste vídeo??

Author — ifinito 51

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Fantástico. A evolução parece infinita e é incansável de ouvir.

Author — Osvaldo Carvalho

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I freking love the trombone in this one, for me the best solo, so delicate and strong at the same time.

Author — Mangopa94ify

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A música é magnífica, eletrizante e o maestro tem uma cara muito simpática.

Author — Lúcia Alves

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The drummer is a metronom made man. He has the hardiest part. Try to keep that rythm line 17 mn long... you'll tell me....

Author — Franck Bizouard