Henry Doktorski
Pianist Organist Composer Conductor Author Educator
Classical Accordion Lecture/Recital

Doktorski's educational and entertaining lecture/recitals display unabashed virtuosity, mature musicianship, and the seemingly-limitless possibilities of one of the world's youngest acoustic instruments (patented in Vienna in 1829). Audiences have been thrilled with his transcriptions of familiar classical works, and have been surprised and delighted by the substantial body of original works composed for the accordion. Truly an eye (and ear) opener for most listeners.

Doktorski's program consists of pieces from the following list:

Self Portrait, October 2004

* Indicates compositions originally written for accordion.

George F. Handel: Suite for a Musical Clock
          Voluntary on a Flight of Angels

Johann Krebs: Praeludium on "Christ lag in Todesbanden"

J. S. Bach: Partita No. 1 in Bb

Robert Schumann: Träumerei (from Kinderscenen)

Miss Louise Reisner: Thême varié très brillant * (1836)

Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 5

Vittorio Monti: Czardas

Bela Bartok: Rumanian Folk Dances (1915)

George Gershwin: Three Preludes (1927)
          Allegro ben ritmato e deciso
         Andante con moto e poco rubato
         Allegro ben ritmato e deciso

Hugo Herrmann: Sieben neue Spielmusiken * (1927)

Henry Cowell: Iridescent Rondo * (1959)

Virgil Thomson: Lamentations * (1959)

Otto Luening: Rondo * (1960)

Alan Hovhaness: Suite for Accordion * (1959)
         Allegro Vivo

Hovhaness: Hymn * (written for Henry Doktorski)

William Grant Still: Lilt * (1966)

W. G. Still: Aria *

Astor Piazzolla: Oblivion

Henry Doktorski: Rondo Polska * (2003)

Pietro Frosini: Rag in Dm and Florette *

Guido Deiro: Vaudeville Classics *
         Deiro Rag
         Muskateers March
         Deirina Mazurka
         I Don't Care Polka
         Lido Tango

Pietro Deiro: Celebrated Polkas

Letter of appreciation from Larry F. Ward, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Music and Humanities
at College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.

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