Gustavo Dudamel Open Rehearsal
DUDAMEL: To play Mozart how we know as musicians is one of the most difficult challenges. Because we have many ways how to play. We have, of course, the way to play with all vibrato, with more air in the sound.
Or the other one, the most romantic play-- way to play with a little bit more of vibrato, [INAUDIBLE]. For me, I'm in the middle. Exactly in the middle of these two ways to play Mozart. So it's right there, the very first set.
OK, let's analyze this. [HUMMING] Sounds like we have to stop the sound after each [HUMMING]. If you sing in the shower-- but I love to sing, because it's the best acoustic in the world. You know?
You have all the echo, all the bass, you know, resonance. [HUMMING] You don't think like [HUMMING]. You do something different. You do-- you try to find where is the [HUMMING]. OK. D minor. Four and--