Henry Doktorski
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Classical Repertoire with Orchestra

Self Portrait, October 2004
  1. Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992): Adios Nonino for Accordion (Bandoneón) and Orchestra

    1 movement: Allegro vivace, Tristemente e cantabile. (8 min.)

  2. Astor Piazzolla: Concerto for Accordion (Bandoneón) and Orchestra

    3 movements: Allegro marcato, Moderato, Presto. (21 min.)

  3. Astor Piazzolla: Tres Tangos for Accordion (Bandoneón), piano, harp, percussion and strings

    3 movements: Allegro marcato, Moderato, Presto. (16 min.)

  4. Astor Piazzolla: Double Concerto for Accordion (Bandoneón) and Guitar, and Orchestra

    3 movements: Introduction, Milonga, Tango. (16 min.)

  5. Alan Hovhaness (1911-2000): Rubaiyat for Accordion, Narrator and Orchestra

    1 movement (14 min.)

  6. Anthony Galla-Rini (b. 1904): Concerto for Accordion and Orchestra

    3 movements: Allegro moderato con passione, Largo, Allegro vivace (Movimento di Tarantella).

  7. Jean Wiener (1896-1982): Concerto for Accordion and Orchestra

    3 movements: Brandebourgeoisement, Cantabile, Molto vivace. (15 min.)

  8. Nikolai Chaikin (1915-2000): Concerto No. 1 for Accordion and Orchestra

    3 movements: Moderato poco maestoso, Andante non troppo, Allegro vivo. (25 min.)

  9. Charles Camilleri (b. 1931): Concerto for Accordion and Strings

    3 movements: Andante Moderato, Andante, Allegro Vivace. (15 min.)

  10. Henry Doktorski (b. 1956): Suite on Four Polish Carols for Accordion and Strings

    4 movements: Allegro, Adagio, Allegretto, Allegro. (10 min.)





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