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Music for Piano and Orchestra: The Recorded Repertory (Nov. 2023) “G”

Music for Piano and Orchestra: The Recorded Repertory (Nov. 2023) “G”

Compiled by Dr. Allan B. Ho
Professor emeritus, musicology
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

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Ga Yeong Jeong ( – )
**Impression (2009)
Gaál, Zoltán (1934- ) Romania/Hungary/Sweden
**Three Times Losonczy (on Andor Losonczy’s Piano Concerto) (by 2019)
Gabibova, Angelica (1992- ) Russia
**Concertino (2012)
Gabichvadze, Revaz Kondrat’yevich (1913-99) Georgia
§Symphony [No. 1] for String Orchestra, Piano, and Timpani (1963)
Gablenz, Jerzy (1888-1937) Poland
+Concerto in D-flat, Op. 25 (1926)
Gabor, Darvas [see Darvas]
Gabova (Dzheksembekova), Zhanna ( – ) Russia
**Concert Piece (“Papa”) (by 2021)
Gabuniya, Nodar Kalistratovich (1933-2000) Georgia
**Concerto No. 2 (1976)
**Concerto No. 3 (1986)
Gaburo, Kenneth (Louis) (1926-93) USA
**Sinfonia concertante [Piano concertante] (1949; rehearsal)
Gach, Jay Anthony (1955- ) USA
+Avanti! (Concertino) for Piano and String Orchestra (2011)
Gaci, Pjetër (1931-95) Albania
**Rhapsody (1967)
Gade, Jacob (1879-1963) Denmark
+Jalousie
**Jalousie (arr. Peter Breiner)
Gade, Niels (Wilhelm) (1817-90) Denmark
§Frühlings-Fantasie [Spring Fantasy] in g for Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Piano, and
Orchestra, Op. 23 (1852)
§Symphony No. 5 in d for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 25 (1852)
Gadenstätter, Clemens (1966- ) Austria
+Comic Sense (2002-3): I. Dance mimétique; II. Entracte en miniature; Grand scherzo
concertant
+Fluchten/Agorasonie 1 for 2 Pianos, Percussion, and Orchestra (2009)
Gäfvert, Hans-Åke (1914-56) Sweden
**Rhapsodie Miniature for Piano and String Orchestra (1946)
Gaggioli, Marzia (1985- ) Italy
+Concerto No. 1, Op. 113 (2011)
+Concerto No. 2 in B, Op. 120 (2012)
+Concerto No. 3 in G, Op. 129 (2012)
+Concerto No. 5 in G, Op. 140 (by 2018)
Gagić, Bogdan (1931-2019) Croatia
+Concerto No. 2 (1970)
+Concerto Cantus for Piano and 11 Instruments (2010)
+Symphony for Orchestra with Piano (1976)
Gagiu, Adrian (1967- ) Romania
**Concerto in Classical Style (2008)
Gagnebin, Henri (1886-1977) Belgium/Switzerland
**Concerto (1931)
Gagneux, Renaud (1947-2018) France
**Concerto for Tuba, Piano, and Orchestra, Op. 9 (1982-83)
Gagnidze, George ( – ) Russia/Israel/Canada
**Composition 419 (by 2021)
**Composition 561 (by 2022), I-IV
Gagnon, André (1936-2020) Canada
**Adagio for Cello, Piano, and Strings (1994)
**After the Rain
**Beautiful Star I Adore
**Bright Morning
**Claire for Piano and Strings
**Distant Light
**Douce Amanda
**Elegy for Viola, Piano, and Strings (2001)
**Evening Impression
**Fin de bal
**First Impression
**Forgotten Valse
**Like a Wave for Piano and Strings
**Like on the First Day for Piano and Strings
**Little Sadness
**Mes quatre saisons (1969)
**Morning
**Nelligan (1990)
**Obsession
**Ondine
**One Night in Moscow
**Le Pianiste envolé for Harmonica, Piano, and Strings
**A Piano on the Sea for Piano and Strings
**Resonance
**September Already
**Song for Liona
**Song of the Morning
**Les turluteries (1972)
**Uncertainty
**A Year Already
**A Yellowed Photograph
Gaigne, Pascal (1958- ) France
**Le cou de la girafe (from the film, 2004)
Gajić, Stanislava (1980- ) Serbia
**Corydon and Thyrsis (by 2013)
Gakhokidze, Ramaz (1945- ) Georgia
**Concerto
Gál, Hans (1890-1987) Austria/England
+Concertino for Piano and String Orchestra, Op. 43 (1934)
+Concerto in C, Op. 57 (1948)
Galaktionov, Val (1964- ) Russia/USA
**Concerto (1992)
Galán Bueno, Carlos Pablo (1963- ) Spain
Concerto grosso para el Cosmos for Violin, Cello, Clarinet, Saxophone, Piano, and
Orchestra, Op. 62 (2004)
Galansky López, Alejandro ( – ) Spain
**O Principiño (2015)
Galante, Carlo (1959- ) Italy
**Racconti de pioggia e di luna [Tales of Rain and Moon] for 2 Pianos and Orchestra
(premièred 2017)
Galatis, Jennifer Athena (1971- ) Canada [see also Bach, J. S.]
**Concertino in D-flat (2014)
**Concerto in a (2014; after Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal”)
**Concerto in F (2010)
**Hijo de la luna (Fantasia; based on Mecano’s work of the same title) for 2 Pianos and
Orchestra
**Petrushka: Concerto in C – Paraphrase (based on the opening theme of Stravinsky’s
ballet)
Galay, Julián (1988- ) Argentina
**Tríptico (2009)

Galbraith, Nancy (1951- ) USA
§Concerto No. 1 (1993)
+Concerto [No. 2] for Piano and Wind Ensemble (2000)
**Concerto No. 3 (2018)
**Concerto No. 4 for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2018; premièred 2023)
**Effervescent Air for Electric Baroque Flute, Amplified Piano, and Baroque String
Orchestra and Percussion (2012)
Gałęski, Maciej (1964- ) Poland
**Concerto in g (“Karkonoski”) (premièred 2017; arr. by Roman Samostrokov)
Galiamova, Nailia (1961- ) Uzbekistan/Lithuania
**Concerto (1984)
Galindo Dimas, Blas (1910-93) Mexico
**Concerto No. 2 (1961-62)
Galinne (Gluchowicz), Rachel (1949- ) Sweden/Israel
**Concerto for 2 Pianos and Orchestra (1988)
Gallardo Pavéz, Hernán (1928-2013) Chile
**Concierto de un hombre solitario (2010)
Galléans, Danielle
**Concerto No. 1 (“Genesis”) in b (by 2019)
**Concerto No. 2 (“La Lascivité”) (by 2020)
Galletta, Riccardo ( – )
**Fantasia (2023)
Galli, Cristiano ( – )
**Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra
Galliano, Richard (1950- ) France
+Habanerando
+Melodicelli
**Tango for Claude (1999; arr. for piano and orchestra)
Gallo, Albert Secondo (1989- ) Italy
**Fantasia-Concerto, Op. 5 (by 2022)
Galloway, James (1938-2003) USA
**Maracatú (1968) [recording incomplete]
Galterio, Guido ( – ) Italy
**Remembering Naples for String Orchestra with Piano (by 2013)
Galun, Andrija (1945-2004) Serbia
**Concerto (1972)
Galuppi, Baldassare (1706-85) Italy
+Concerto in G
Gálvez Taroncher, Miguel (1974- ) Spain
**Kammerkonzert for 9 Instruments (2007)
+Luna y la Muerta (2006)
Galvin, Arthur ( – )
**Scherzo for Piano and String Orchestra (by 2014)
Galynin [Galinin], German Germanovich (1922-66) Russia
§Concerto [No. 1] in C (1945-46)
**Concerto No. 2 in f (1965)
Gambarli, Ayaz (1984- ) Azerbaijan
**Concerto (2007)
**Méthode de sens for 9 Players (2011)
Gambini, Carlo Andrea [mistake for Cambini, Giuseppe Maria]
Gamer, Jason ( – ) USA
**Seasons (2015)
Gámez, Pablo ( – ) Spain
+Sinfonia concertante (“Phoenix”) for Violin, Piano, and Orchestra (by 2019)
Gámez Pastrán, Juan Pablo ( – ) Venezuela
**Concerto No. 1 in A for Piano, Orchestra, and Chorus (2021)
Gamley, Douglas (1924-98) Australia
+Summer Festival Waltz (1968)
Gander, Bernhard (1969- ) Austria
**Die Orpheus-Akte for Viola, Piano, and Ensemble (2005)
**Scorching Scherzo (Concerto) (2022)
Gandini, Gerardo (1936-2013) Argentina
•Contrasts for 2 Pianos and Chamber Orchestra (1968)
+Fantasía Impromptu (1970)
**Imaginary Landscape (1988)
Gandolfi, Michael (1956- ) USA
**Concerto (2021)
**A Garden Feeds also the Soul for Orchestra with Piano (2017)
+Themes for Midsummer Night (Suite) (2001)
Gandrille, Jean-Charles (1982- ) France
**Danses de la nuit, Op. 67 (2018-19)
+Minimalist-Concerto for Piano, Organ, and Orchestra, Op. 38 (2012)
Ganea, Laurențiu (1964- ) Romania
**Oglindă și Teodicee [Mirror and Theodicy] for Piano and 15 Instruments (2018)
Gann, Kyle (1955- ) USA
+Sunken City for Piano and Winds (Concerto in memoriam New Orleans) (2007)
Ganne, Louis (1862-1923) France
**Marche Lorraine (1892; arr. for orchestra with piano)
Ganz, Rudolf (1877-1972) Switzerland/USA
§Concerto in E-flat, Op. 32 (1940)
“[Maestro] Gaó” pseud. of Odmar do Amaral Gurgel Brazil
**Diamante azul
Gao Ping (1970- ) China/New Zealand
**Concerto No. 1 (2006-7)
**“Four Not-alike” for Multi-function Pianist and Chinese Ensemble (2012)
**Si Bu Xiang [David’s Deer]
Garabito Ballesteros, Gustavo (1977- ) Mexico
**Interludio for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (by 2019)
Garanyan, Georgy Aramovich (1934-2010) Russia
Suite for Violin, Piano, and Light Orchestra
Garau, Lucio (1959- ) Italy
**Concertino, Op. 61 (2011)
Garayev [see Karayev]
Garber, J. Ryan (1973- ) USA
**Concerto (2005)
García, Alejandro ( – ) Mexico
**Concerto No. 1 in B-flat for Keyboard, Strings, and Basso Continuo (2021)
**Concerto No. 2 in e for Keyboard, Strings, and Basso Continuo (2021)
Garcia, Isaias (c.1991- ) Canada
**Bishop Marrocco Rhapsody (2009)
García, José Manuel ( – ) Venezuela/USA
**Concerto in A (2018)
García, Juan Alfonso (1935-2015) Spain
+Castillo de Damas (2006)
García, Olga ( – )
**Fobia for 10 Players
García, Orlando Jacinto (1954- ) Cuba/USA
+From Darkness to Luminosity (2015)
Garcia, Santos Sherrod
**Concerto No. 1 in E-flat (by 2014), II
García Abril, Antón Garcîa (1933-2021) Spain
+Alba de los caminos (orig. for piano and string quartet, 2007)
Alba de los caminos (orig. for piano and string quartet, 2007; arr. for piano and string orchestra,
2008)
§Concerto (1966/94)
+Concierto de la Malvarrosa for Flute, Piano, and String Orchestra (2001)
§Nocturnos de la Antequeruela for Piano and String Orchestra (1996)
García Acín, Víctor (1953- ) Spain
**Aires Mediterráneos
**Concerto No. 1 (“Para Enamorados” [For Lovers]) (1968)
**Harlem Rhapsody for 2 Pianos, Orchestra, and Jazz Band (1996)
**Rapsodia Sant Cugat for 2 Orchestras, Jazz Orchestra, and 2 Pianos
García Caturla, Alejandro (1906-40) Cuba
**Primera Suite Cubana for Piano and Wind Octet (1932)
García Demestres, Alberto (1960- ) Spain
**“Con Luis Polanco entre los dedos” for Piano, String Orchestra, and Percussion
(premièred 2006)
García González, Tito (1974- ) Spain
**La Marioneta de Merlin for Wind Quintet, Strings, and Piano (premièred 2014)
García Leoz, Jesús (1904-53) Spanish
**Surcos (1951, film score)
García Morillo, Roberto (1911-2003) Argentina
**Concerto, Op. 6 (1937-39/61)
García Nuñez, Nino Enrique (1957-98) Chile
+Sinfonía democrática for Guitar, Piano, and Orchestra (1993)
García-Picos, Carlos López (1922-2009) Spain
**Concerto for Piano, Bassoon, String Orchestra, and Percussion, A. 106 (2001)
Garcia Rami, Josep Antoni ( – ) Spain
**Fantasia No. 1 (by 2015)
**Fantasia No. 2 (by 2015)
García Ruiz, Antonio (1994- ) Spain
**“…and silence again” (Concertino) for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2019)
Garcin, Gérard (1947- ) France
•“Manège” (Triple Concerto) for Flute, Cello, Piano, and Orchestra (1996)
Gardel, Carlos (1890-1935) France/Argentina
**Sus ojos se cerraron (arr. by Hernán Jacinto)
§Tangos (by 1932-35; arr. for piano, 2 bandonéons, and orchestra by Raúl Garello): Mi
Buenos Aires querido; Volver; Golondrinas; Por una cabeza; Melodia de Arrabal;
Cuesta abajo; Sus ojos se cerraron; Estudiante; Amargura; El dia que me quieras;
Soledad; Volvó una noche; Cuando tú no estás; Arrabal Amargo
Gardiner, Mary (1932-2010) Canada
**Concerto for Piano, String Orchestra, and Drum Set (1977)
Gardiner, William (1987- ) Australia
**Hedgehog for Guitar, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Flute, Bass Clarinet, Piano,
and Percussion (2012)
Gardner, John (Linton) (1917-2011) England
+Concerto No. 1 in B-flat, Op. 34 (1956-57)
Gardner, Stephen (1958- ) Ireland
**The Ship Yard (2002)
Garello, Raúl (1936-2016) Argentina
**Che Buenos Aires
§Toulouse-Buenos Aires
Garifzyanova, Elvira (1976- ) Tatarstan/Switzerland
**Herzschlag for Piano, Ensemble, and Live Electronics (2014)
Garland, Tim (1966- ) England
+Frontier Suite for Vibraphone, Saxophone, Piano, and Orchestra (2008)
Garner, David Kirkland (1982- ) USA
+Dark Holler for Large Chamber Ensemble with Piano (by 2013)
Garner, James (1992- ) England
**Concertantonio (2014)
“Garnwichser, Jerry” [pseudonym, a.k.a. “Beatty Hoffman”, “@KarlMarxGamesLP”]
**Concerto No. 2 (2015-16/20)
Garotti, Jether, Jr. (1966- ) Brazil
**Concerto Tricentenário (on Cuiabáno Themes) (2018)
Garretty, Ross ( – ) United Kingdom
**Perpetua 5 (by 2016)
Garrido-Lecca, Gonzalo (1975- ) Spain
**“Delirios,” Concierto da camera No. 1 for 10 instrumentalists (2005)
Garriga, Carlota (1937- ) Spain
+Fantasia concertante for Piano and String Orchestra (1958)
Gartenbach, Arthur ( – ) Japan
**Concerto in g (2017)
Gartenlaub, Odette (1922-2014) France
+Concerto No. 2 (1957)
Garūta, Lūcija (1902-77) Latvia
+Concerto in f-sharp (1951; orchestrated 1955)

Garuti, Mario (1957- ) Italy
**For Francis Bacon: 3 Studies for a Self-Portrait (2002)
Garvarentz, Georges (1932-93) France
**Catherine et Julien (television film)
**La Chanson d’Alny (from Sergio Gobbi’s film “Les Galets d’Etretat,” 1972)
**En suvolant la Camargue (television film)
**Overture (from Richard Pottier’s film “Caroline Chérie,”1951)
**La Soirée chez Cheyco (from Georges Farrel’s film “Sapho ou la Fureur d’aimer,”
1970)
**Le Tonnerre de Dieu, générique (from Denys de La Patellière’s film, 1965)
Garvue, Julian ( – ) USA
**Concertino (2018)
Garza Garza, Salvador
**Concerto No. 1 (2019; an arr. of Vasco Pomba’s Piano Sonata in B-flat, II)
Gasanov [Hasanov], Gotfrid Aliyevich (1900-65) USSR
+Concerto No. 1 in a (1948)
Gashi, Aleksander (1958- ) Albania/Italy
**Concerto in e (by 2014)
Gaslini, Giorgio (1929-2014) Italy
+Adiantum (by 2005)
+Cadenza pianoforte e finale (by 2008)
+Concerto (2013)
+Murales promenade (2008)
+Weill a Brodway (Suite), IV (only mvt. with a prominent piano part)
Gaspar, Adrian Coriolan (1987- ) Romania/Austria
**Fantasy No. 1
**Fantasy No. 2
Gasparini, Daniele (1975- ) Italy
Dove la rose scorda i suoi fantasmi for Violin, Cello, Piano, and Orchestra (2004)
**Invisible Cities (Concerto) (2019)
**Trans Europe Express for Piano, Reciting Voice, and Wind Orchestra (2012)
Gasseling, Franck ( – ) France
**Concertino (2019), I
Gasser, Nolan (1964- ) USA
**Canzona for Oboe, Piano, and Strings (2003)
Gasser, Ulrich (1950- ) Switzerland
**Stukkatur for 2 Pianos, 14 Winds, and Percussion (2008-10)
Gassmann, Remi Remigius Oswalt USA
Concerto (1931)
Gasull, Feliu (1959- ) Spain
**La flor de l’atzavara (Concerto) for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (premièred 2021)
Gates, Crawford (1921-2018) USA
Concerto No. 1 (“Ode to Acacia”), Op. 18 (1943-47)
§Concerto No. 2 (“Pentameron: Reflections on the Trek”), Op. 80 (1990-91)
Gato, Gonçalo (1979- ) Portugal
**Vacuum Instability for Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, Trumpet, Trombone, Viola, Cello,
and Piano (2013)
Gattermeyer, Heinrich (1923-2018) Austria
**Concertino, Op. 53 (1962)
Concerto for Violin, Cello, Piano, and String Orchestra (1991)
Gatti, Luigi (1740-1817) Italy
+Concerto in C, L. 7e.5
Gaudibert, Éric (1936-2012) Switzerland
**Gong (2012)
Gaudynski, Thomas ( – ) USA
**Diversion for Piano and String Orchestra (by 2017)
Gaultieri, Richard John
**Essay on Bram Stoker’s Dracula for Chamber Orchestra with Piano (2023)
Gaussin, Allain (1943- ) France
**Éclipse for Piano and 16 or 22 Instruments (1979)
Gavlasová, Petra (1976- ) Czech Republic
**Výmluvy for Winds, Piano, and Percussion (premièred 1970)
Gavrilin, Valery (1939-99) Russia
**Anyuta (ballet, 1982; includes piano solo pieces, several pieces with piano, and a
piano concertante piece)
**6 Pieces (arr. for chamber orchestra with piano by Mikhail Gogolin
Gaxie, Sébastien (1977- ) France
**Continuous Snapshots (2013)
Gayvoronsky, Vyacheslav (1947- ) Russia
**Concerto
Gaytán-Procel, Omar Octavio ( – ) Denmark
**“Corrupted Angels” (Double Concerto) for Violin, Piano, and String Orchestra
(1997), I
Gaza [Gazizov], Robert (1939- ) Bashkiria [USSR]/USA
§Concerto for Piano, String Orchestra, and Drums (“Theme and Variations”) (1980)
Gazarov, David (1965- ) Azerbaijan
**Bach: Italian Concerto (arr. for jazz trio and orchestra (by 2019), I
**Bauer Gigue for Jazz Trio and Orchestra (by 2019)
Gazizov [see Gaza]
Gazzaneo, Paulo ( – ) Brazil
**Fantasia for Piano and String Orchestra (2005)
Gazzari, Charles A. (1942- ) Argentina/USA
**Concerto in A, Op. 93
Ge, Bobby (1996- ) China/USA
**Concerto (“The Light That Breaks Through”) for Piano and String Orchestra (2020)
Ge Gan-ru (1954- ) China/USA
§Wu (“Rising to the Heights”) for Piano and Orchestra with Chinese Percussion (orig.
for piano and chamber orchestra, 1986; revised for piano and large orchestra, 1991)
Ge Shihang (c.2002- ) China
**Sorrowful Image for Chamber Orchestra with Piano (2019)
Gebhard, Hans (1897-1974) Germany
**Concerto for Piano, String Orchestra, and Percussion, Op. 62 (1956)
Gebhardt, Rio (1907-44) Germany
**Concerto in E flat for Piano and Jazz Band (1932)
**Suite “Aus der Spielzeugschachtel” (orig. for piano solo, 1937)
Gédalge, André (1856-1926) France
**Concerto in c/C, Op. 16 (1897-98; publ. 1899)
Geday, Charles ( – ) United Kingdom
**Mini Concerto No. 1 (“Dark”) (2022)
Gedeon, Alexander
**Concerto in d (by 2018)
Gedike [Goedicke], Aleksandr Fyodorovich (1877-1957) Russia
§Concertstück in D/B, Op. 11 (1900; Anton Rubinstein Prize)
Gedizlioğlu, Zeynep (1977- ) Turkey
**Concerto (2018)
Gedulis, Guntars (1952- ) USA/Venezuela
**Concerto for Piano, Clarinet, and String Orchestra (1985)
Gee, Geoffrey (1980- ) USA
**Fantasia (premièred 2022)
Geer, Jonathan ( – ) USA
**Ghost Milonga II (by 2019)
Geeroms, Lukas
**Concerto No. 1 (by 2023)
Geffroy, Patrice (1949- ) France
**Danse hongroise (2020)
**Fantaisie concertante in e, Op. 7, No. 3 (2020)
**Rhapsodie Bohémienne in e, Op. 7, No. 4 (2020)
Gehami, Lewis ( – ) USA
**Concerto in One Movement (by 2021)
Gehlhaar, Rolf (1944-2019) Germany/USA/England
Tokamak (1982)
Geiger, Mark ( – ) USA
**Concerto No. 5 in C for Piano and Chamber Orchestra, J. 45 (by 2013)
Geijo Domínguez, Pablo (1980- ) Spain
**Concerto (2009)
Geiman, Arye (1974- ) Latvia/Israel
**Passacaglia for Chamber Orchestra and Piano Obbligato (2003)
Geiser, Walther (1897-1989) Switzerland
**Concerto, Op. 53 (1959)
**Fantasy No. 1 for String Orchestra, Timpani, and Piano, Op. 31 (1942; piano is
prominent from the fast second section forward)
Geissler, Fritz (1921-84) Germany
§Concerto (1969/70)
Gekker, Pyotr (1945- ) Russia
**Vesenniye Igry [Spring Games], Musical Images Based on Motifs from a Yakut Epic
(1981)
Gelbrun, Artur (1913-85) Israel
**Variations for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1955)
Geller, Marina (1963- ) USSR/Israel
**Stravinsky Smiles for Strings, Piano, and Accordion, 2. “Arioso” (2008, with Uri
Geller)
Gellman, Steven (1947- ) Canada
**Concerto (1962; premièred 1963, unpublished)
**Concerto (1988; premièred 1993)
**Odyssey (1971)
**Symphony in Two Movements
Gelmini, Caspar de (1980- ) Germany
**Nightline (2009)
Geminiani, Paolo ( – )
**Mirrors (2007)
Gemrot, Jiří (1957- ) Czech Republic
**Concertino for Cello, Piano, and Orchestra (2004)
**Concerto (“Jednovětý”) (2003)
**Double Concerto for Cello, Piano, and Orchestra (2002-3)
Gençkal, Berkant (1977- ) Turkey
**Suite for Piano, String Orchestra, and Percussion (1999)
Gendall, Chris (1980- ) New Zealand
**Triple Concerto for Violin, Cello, Piano, and Orchestra (2012)
**Wax Lyrical for Chamber Octet (by 2008)
Genduso, Fabio
**Concerto in b (“Jane Eyre”) (by 2020-22)
Geng, Shiqi (1995- ) Austria
**Concerto in C (2012)
Genin, Vladimir (1958- ) Russia/Germany
**Diptych (2010)
**Sinfonia-Concerto (1988) (fragments only)
Gentil-Nunes, Pauxy (1963- ) Brazil
**Átimo for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2012)
**Noneto for Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Bassoon, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass,
Piano, and Percussion (2014)
Gentilucci, Armando (1939-89) Italy
**In alto, le stele for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Violin, Viola, Cello, and
Piano (1981)
Genzmer, Harald (1909-2007) Germany
+Concertino No. 1 for Piano and String Orchestra with Flute [or Violin], GeWV 158
(1946/57)
§Concertino No. 2 for Piano and String Orchestra, GeWV 160 (1963)
+Concerto No. 1 in E, GeWV 157 (1938-39)
+Concerto No. 2, GeWV 159 (1948)
§Concerto No. 3, GeWV 162 (1971/74)
§Concerto for 2 Pianos and Orchestra (1990)
§Concerto for Trumpet, Piano, and String Orchestra (1999)
George, Earl (1924-94) USA
**Concerto (1958)
George, Jack ( – )
**Klady
**Wether
Georgescu, Corneliu Dan (1938- ) Romania
**Pianissimo (Jocuri Vi) for Orchestra with Piano (1972)
Georgiades, Christodoulos (1943- ) Cyprus/Austria
**Concerto No. 1 (2005)
**Concerto No. 2 (2013)
Georgiev, Martin (1983- ) Bulgaria/England
**Concerto (by 2022), 12 brief excerpts
Georgopoulos, Jorgo ( – ) Germany
**Concerto for the Lazy Composer (by 2017)
**Romantic Concerto (by 2022), II
Geraedts, Jaap (1924-2003) Netherlands
Concerto da camera for Violin, Cello, Piano, and Orchestra (1956)
Gérard, Bernard (1930-2000) France
**Concerto (1970)
Gerber, René (1908-2006) Switzerland
§Concertino for Piano and String Orchestra (1945)
§Concerto in E-flat for Chamber Orchestra Wind Soloists, Strings, Piano, and Percussion
§Concerto for 2 Pianos and Orchestra (1977)
§Concerto for 12 Wind Instruments and Piano (1965)
**Le Tombeau de Botticelli for Choir and 11 Instrumentalists (1967)
Gerber, Rico Edward Enrico S. Africa/United Kingdom
**Concerto No. 1 for Piano and String Orchestra (2012)
**Concerto No. 2 (2022)
**Concerto No. 3 for Piano, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Alto Flute, English Horn, Bass
Clarinet, Horn, and Timpani (2023)
**Concerto No. 4 (2023)
Gerber, Steven Roy (1948- ) USA
**Concerto (1992)
§Concerto for Viola and Orhestra with Piano
§Dirge and Awakening for Orchestra with Piano (1992)
§Triple Overture for Piano Trio and Orchestra (1998)
Gerhard, Roberto (1896-1970) England/Spain
§Alegrías: Préambulo—Jácara; Farruca—Jaleo (ballet suite, 1942)
§Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra (1950-51)
**Dances for Orchestra with Obbligato Piano (1958; arr. from the ballet “Don
Quixote,” 1940-41)
Gerhardt, Frank (1967- ) Germany
•Le Livre des cloches III (1998)
Gerhardus, David ( – ) Germany
**Metropolis I (Concerto (2019)
Germanavičius, Vytautas (1969- ) Lithuania
**Plains for Ensemble with Piano (2003)

ernsheim, Friedrich (1839-1916) Germany
**Concerto in c, Op. 16 (1868-69)
Gerrard, Lisa [see Lenczowski]
Gershman, Jeffrey ( – ) USA
**Concerto No. 2 for Piano, Winds, and Percussion (by 2017), II
Gershwin, George (1898-1937) USA [see also Beintus; Cunliffe; Diéval; Frolov;
Gryazhnov; Guinovart; Guyvoronski; Zorman]
**An American in Paris (arr. by George Greeley)
§An American in Paris (arr. by Jean-Luc Fillon)
*Arrangements by Doug Riley
§“Bess is My Woman” (from “Porgy and Bess”; arr. by Michel Tafani)
+Catfish Row [Suite from “Porgy and Bess] (1935, rediscovered in 1958; not to be
confused with “Porgy and Bess: A Symphonic Picture” arranged by Robert Russell
Bennett)
§Concerto in F (1925; publ. version rev. by Frank Campbell-Watson)
§Concerto in F (1925; reorchestrated in 1928 by Ferde Grofé for the Paul Whiteman
band)
§Concerto in F (1925; edited by Earl Wild, with over 85 small changes)
+Concerto in F (1925; new critical ed. by Timothy Freeze based on Gershwin’s own
notation and performances, rec. 2019)
**Concerto in F (1925; version with chorus)
**Concerto in F, II (arr. Sauter Finnegan)
§Concerto in F (arr. for 2 pianos and orchestra by Jeff Manookian)
+Concerto in F (1925; arr. for jazz trio and orchestra by Marcus Roberts)
**Concerto in F (arr. for jazz quartet and orchestra by Bill Cunliffe, by 2018)
+Concerto in F (1925; arr. for piano and wind band by Stephen Bulla)
§Cuban Overture for Orchestra (1932; orig. titled “Rumba”; arr. by Greig McRitchie)
§Cuban Overture for Orchestra (1932; orig. titled “Rumba”; arr. by Philippe Selve)
§Dayful of Song (7 unpubl. and unknown songs, arr. by Sid Ramin: “Hold On,” “I Must
Write a Song,” “Hot,” “One Minute More,” “Sutton Place,” My Honor Was at Stake,”
and Machinery Goes Mad”)
§“A foggy day…” (arrangements by Goran W. Nilson of 10 songs for piano and strings)
+“I Got Rhythm” (1934; arr. for 2 pianos and band)
“I Got Rhythm” Variations (1934; original orchestration for Whiteman band)
§“I Got Rhythm” Variations (1934; publ. version rev. by W. C. Schoenfeld) [see also
Nero]
§“I Got Rhythm” Variations (1934; arr. by Marcus Roberts)
§“I Got Rhythm” Variations (1934; arr. by Georges Rabol)
**“I Got Rhythm” Variations (1934; arr. for 2 pianos and orchestra)
§“Jazzbo Brown Blues” from Catfish Row (1935-36; suite from “Porgy and Bess,”
1935)
*“Liza-Fantasie” (?arranger; probably Quelle)
**Lullaby (orig. for piano solo, 1919, then arr. for string quartet/string orchestra; arr.
for piano and string orchestra)
§New York [Manhattan] Rhapsody [Rhapsody in Rivets] (a truncated version of the
Second Rhapsody by Hugo Friedhofer for use in the film “Delicious,” 1931)
**Porgy and Bess: “My Man’s Gone Now” (arr. Jason Yarde, 2008)
§Porgy and Bess Medley (arr. for piano and orchestra by Greig McRitchie)
**Porgy and Bess, Scenes for Violin, Piano, Drums, and String Orchestra (arr. by Liana
Isakadze)
*Preludes Nos. 1-2 (1926)
**Prelude No. 1 (1926; arr. for piano and symphonic band by Marco Tamanini)
§Prelude No. 2 (1926; ?arranger)
**Prologue and Entr’acte from “Funny Face” for 2 Pianos, Tenor, and Orchestra
§Promenade (Walking the Dog) (1936; orig. version discovered in 1978)
§Rhapsody in Blue for Jazz Band and Piano (orig. version, orch. by Ferde Grofé, 1924)
+Rhapsody in Blue (1924; new critical ed. by Ryan Bañagale, publ. 2018, including 51
mm. of music not in other “complete” published scores of the work as well as other
differences)
+Rhapsody in Blue for Jazz Band and Piano (orig. version, orch. by Ferde Grofé, 1924,
with added ornamentation and improvisation by Stefano Bollani)
§Rhapsody in Blue (second version for piano and theater orchestra, also by Grofé, 1925)
§Rhapsody in Blue (third version for piano and full orchestra, also by Grofé, 1926)
§Rhapsody in Blue (version by Glenn Osser, including 16-part wordless chorus, made at
Whiteman’s request, supposedly with Gershwin’s approval)
**Rhapsody in Blue (new version for piano and full orchestra by Tom Myron, titled
“Rhapsody in Blue 2.0,” 2021, based on the two-piano score)
**Rhapsody in Blue (arr. by Michael Fennelly as “You Are My Rhapsody in Blue” for
piano, chorus, and orchestra, premièred 2015)
§Rhapsody in Blue (arr. for piano and jazz band by Marcus Roberts)
+Rhapsody in Blue (arr. for piano and wind band by Donald Hunsberger)
**Rhapsody in Blue (arr. for piano, clarinet, and string orchestra by Andrea
Rebaudengo, 2014)
**Rhapsody in Blue (arr. for piano, melodica, and orchestra, with alterations and
cadenzas by Hayato Sumino)
§Rhapsody in Blue (revised by Jean-Luc Fillon)
§Rhapsody in Blue (arr. for 2 pianos and orchestra by Katia & Marielle Labèque)
**Rhapsody in Blue (arr. for 2 pianos and orchestra by Chick Corea, 2017, after an
injury to Lang Lang’s left arm)
+Rhapsody in Blue (arr. for 2 pianos and orchestra by José Iturbi)
+Rhapsody in Blue (anon. arr. for 2 pianos and orchestra)
+Rhapsody in Blue (arr. for piano and cobla by Bernat Castillejo)
+Rialto Ripples Rag (orig. for piano solo, 1917; arr. for piano and orchestra by Erich
Kunzel)
+Rialto Ripples Rag (orig. for piano solo, 1917; arr. for piano and orchestra, with
improvisation by Stefano Bollani)
**Second Rhapsody for Orchestra with Piano (draft recorded by Gershwin at a 26 June
1931 rehearsal that includes passages omitted in the final version)
§Second Rhapsody for Orchestra with Piano (1931)
§Second Rhapsody for Orchestra with Piano (1931; publ. rev. version by Robert
McBride, 1951)
§Second Rhapsody for Orchestra with Piano (1931; reorchestrated by Phillippe Selve)
+Second Rhapsody for Orchestra with Piano (1931; arranged for piano and wind band
by James C. Ripley)
**Songs (Sweet & Lowdown; Somebody Loves Me; Bidin’ My Time; S’Wonderful; That
Certain Feeling; Do, Do, Do; Lady Be Good; I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise;
Fascinatin’ Rhythm; Who Cares; My One & Only; Liza; I Got Rhythm)
§Songs (arr. Peter Nero: Bidin’ My Time; Embraceable You; Love is Here to Stay; Man
I Love; They Can’t Take that Away from Me)
**Songs (arr. Doug Riley: Our Love is Here to Stay; My Man’s Gone Now; Fascinatin’
Rhythm)
**Songs: The Man I Love
*Suite (arr. Louis Levy)
*Works (arr. by Roger Williams)
Gerster, Ottmar (1897-1969) Germany
§Concerto in A (1931/55)
Gerstmann, Lee
**Concerto (“The Majestic”) (2023)
**Concerto (“West 109 Street”) (2023)
**Concerto in A (2023), I-II
**Concerto in B-flat (“La música es la clave”) (2023)
**Concerto in D-flat (“Stripes”) (2023)
**Concerto in E-flat (“Ode to the Neighborhood Woman”) (2023)
Gerszenson, Andrés (1958- ) Argentina
+Ricercare, para Conjunto Instrumental (1993)
Gertect Sound Project
Symphony 5 (Concerts for Pianos and Orchestra) (2018)
Gerulewicz, Gerardo (1966- ) Venezuela
**Concertino for Piano Left-Hand and Orchestra (2011)
**Concierto Latino (2006)
**Concierto Ligero for Piano, Strings, and Percussion, Op. 16 (2009)
Gervais, Aaron (1980- ) Canada/USA
**Break Up Make Up for Flute, Cello, Piano, and Chamber Orchestra (2015)
Gervais, Michael ( – ) USA
**Concert for Piano, Orchestra, and Women’s Choir(by 2023)
**Concertante for Piano and String Orchestra (by 2023)
Gervasio, Raffaele (1910-94) Italy
+In modo spirillo for Piano, Viola, Violins, and Percussion, Op. 93 (1975)
+Invitation au violon for Violin, Ensemble, Piano, Harp, and Glockenspiel, Op. 83
(1973)
+Preludio ed Allegro concertante for Strings, Piano, and Percussion, Op. 66 (1962)
Gervasoni, Antonio (1973- ) Peru
**Concerto (“Remembrance” [to the memory of Kael Zollner]) (2020; inspired by
poems 4, 9, 15, and 14 from Pablo Neruda’s “20 Love Poems and a Song of Despair”)
Gervasoni, Stefano ( – )
**Fantasia (2005)
**Irrene Stimme
Gette, Owen
+Concerto No. 1 (2020)
+Concerto No. 2 (2020), I-III
**Konzertstück for Piano and Small Orchestra (2022)
Ghasemian, Ahmadreza
**Bach: Prelude No. 1 in C, BWV 846 (from the “Well-tempered Clavier,” Book I, 1722;
polychordal arrangement)
Ghedini, Giorgio Federico (1892-1965) Italy
+Architetture (Concerto) for Orchestra with Piano (1939-40)
+Capitolo XII dell’Apocalisse for Soprano, Piano, and Chamber Orchestra (1937-38)
§Concerto dell’Albatro [after a scene from “Moby Dick”] for Piano Trio, Narrator, and
Chamber Orchestra (1945)
**Concerto No. 1 for 2 Pianos and Orchestra (1947)
+Doppio quintetto for String Quartet, Double Bass, 3 Winds, Harp, and Piano (1921)
+Fantasia for Piano and String Orchestra (1958)
Gheorghiu, Valentin (1928-2023) Romania
+Concerto in A (1959)
Ghezzo, Dinu (1941-2011) Romania/USA
**Eyes of Cassandra
**Thalla for Piano, Electric Piano, and 16 Instruments (1974)
Ghidoni, Armando (1959- ) Italy/France
**A Captivating Story for Piano and String Orchestra (orig. for piano and saxophone
quartet, 2015), I
**Concerto grosso for Alto Saxophone, Piano, and String Orchestra (2000)
**Magical Concerto for Flute, Piano, and String Orchestra (2017)
Ghorbani, Adib ( – ) Iran/USA
**Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra (2016; version for piano and string quintet)
Giacumbo, Gino Antonio
**Concerto No. 2 in G (2020)
**Concerto No. 4 (2020)
Giammusso, Francesco (1970- ) Italy
+Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra
Giampietro, Manfred ( – ) Italy
**Resistenza (Concerto) (by 2023)
Giannella, Valerio Lorenzo ( – ) Italy
**Introduction, Theme, and Variations on the Crytogram “Tetragrammaton”
Gianneo, Luis (1897-1968) Argentina
**Concerto (1941)
Giannini, Vittorio (1903-66) USA
+Concerto (1934)
Giannoulis, Panos ( – ) Greece
**Concerto No. 1 in d, I
Giazotto, Remo (1910-98) Italy [see also Mikhnovich]
**Adagio in g (once attributed to Tomaso Albinoni; arr. by Ricardo Bacelar)
**Adagio in g (once attributed to Tomaso Albinoni; arr. by Tzvi Erez)
Gibbs, Cecil Armstrong (1889-1960) England
§Concertino for Piano and String Orchestra, Op. 103 (1942)
§Enchanted Wood (Dance Phantasy) for Piano, Violin Obbligato, and String Orchestra,
Op. 25 (1919)
§Peacock Pie, Suite for String Orchestra and Piano (1933)
Gibson, Douglas ( – ) USA
**Concerto (2018-22), II
Gibson, Mark (1978- ) England
**Concerto No. 1 (2012)
Gibson, Patrick ( – ) USA
**Music Inspired by Fritz Lang’s 1927 film “Metropolis” for Solo Piano and Digital
Orchestra (2017)
**Nexus: Music for a Shadow Animation for Chamber Orchestra with Piano (2019)
Gibson, Richard (1953- ) Canada
**Concertino, Op. 70 (by 2008)
Gibson, Sarah ( – ) USA
**And It’s Spring When the World is Puddle-Wonderful (Concerto) for Piano Left-Hand
and Chamber Orchestra (2009)
Gibson, Stephen Brodie ( – ) England
**Sonata (by 2013), II. Meditatione
Gie, Bernard Tan Tiong [see Tan]
Giefer, Willy (1930-2020) Germany
•Piano-forte (Concerto) for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1985)
Gielen, Michael (1927-2019) Germany
**Einige Schwierigkeiten bei der Ubermindung der Angst
**Pentaphonie (“Un día sobresale”) for Obbligato Piano, 5 Solo Instruments, and 5
Groups of 5 Musicians (1960-63)
Giemenez y Bellido [see Gimenez y Bellido]
Giesen, Malte (1988- ) Germany
Concerto for Hyperreal Piano and Orchestra (2018)
Giesriegl, Dominik (1986- ) Austria
**Konzertstück (“Die Legende von Ys”) for Piano Trio and Orchestra (2016)
Giger, Christian (1959- ) Switzerland
**Concerto for 2 Pianos, Brass, and Percussion (by 2013; from “A Propaganda Film”),
Parts 1 & 3
**Turquoise Music for Piano and String Orchestra (by 2017)
Giglioni, Alberto ( – ) Italy
**Rapsodia for Cello, Piano, and String Orchestra (2005)
Giguère, Patrick (1987- ) Canada
**Par 4 chemins for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2010)
Gil, José (1886-1947) Argentina
**Cuatro danzas argentinas for Piano and String Orchestra (orig. for piano and string
quartet, 1926): El Cuando; El Federal; La Condición; El Bailecito
Gilbert, Anthony (1934- ) England
**Towards Asavari Concerto
Gilbert, Brad ( – ) USA
**Earthquake Concerto (2015)

Gilbert, Nicolas (1979- ) Canada
**Idées fixes, reminiscences et residues (2004)
Gilbertson, Michael (1987- ) USA
**Outliers for Piano Trio and Orchestra (2015)
Gilboa, Jacob (1920-2007) Israel
**7 Ornaments on a Theme of Ben-Haim
§“Kathros Upsanterin”: Theme and Variations in Four Modes [Raga, Maqam,
Gregorian Chant, Biblical Cantillation] for Harpsichord, Harp, Piano, and Orchestra
(1978; third work in the cycle “Painting to the Bible”)
Giles, Scott ( – ) USA
**“Blue Lady” Concerto (2015)
Gilev, Alexander
**Baby Room Concerto for Piano and Wind Orchestra (2014)
Gilin, Benny (1935- ) Lithuania
**Concerto No. 2 (“Aliya”) (2008-10)
Gill, Jeremy (1975- ) USA
+Before the Wresting Tides for Piano, Chorus, and Orchestra (2012)
Gilley, Rita Jean (1930-2022) USA
**Fantasy for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1978)
**Shepard’s Song for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1960)
Gilley, Richard ( – ) USA
**Scherzo (orig. for piano solo; arr. for piano and string orchestra, 2021)
Gilliland, Allan (1965- ) Canada
**Dreaming of the Masters II: Rhapsody GEB (Gershwin, Ellington, Bernstein) (2007)
Gillingham, David (1947- ) USA
+Concerto in c-sharp for Piano and Percussion Ensemble (2002)
+Concerto for Piano, Percussion, and Wind Orchestra (2004; arr. by Dennis Fisher)
+Concerto for Piano, Percussion, and Wind Orchestra (2004; arr. by Klaas van der
Woude)
+Double Star for Winds, Clarinet, and Piano (2002)
+Interplay for Piano 4-Hands and Orchestra (1996)
**Supercell
+Waking Angels for Chamber Winds and Percussion with Piano (1996)
**When Speaks the Signal Trumpet Tone
**With Heart and Voice
Gillis, Don (1912-78) USA
§Concerto No. 1 (“Encore Concerto”) (1956)
§Concerto No. 2 (“Music Man”) (1966; premièred 20 March 1972)
Gillock, William (1917-93) USA
**Bazaar
**Black Key Etude
**Blues Motif
**Carillon
**Children Skating
**Christmas Tree Parade
**Dance in Ancient Style
**Dance in the Garden
**Dance the Waltz
**Deep Blue Sea
**Drums and Trumpets
**Elfin Pranks
**Flying Leaves
**Highland Ballad
**Hommage to Chopin
**In Sunny Spain
**Land of Pharoah
**Lonely Sea
**Mazurka
**On the Champs Elysées
**On the Quiet Lake
**Oriental Wind Chimes
**Pixies
**Roller Coaster
**Sarabande
**Sidewalk Waltz
**Summertime Caprice
**Swiss Music Box
**Valse gaie
**Wagon Train
**Waltz for Autumn
**Windy Weather
Gilvin, Tim ( – ) England
**Image for Sinfonietta (2011)
Giménez, Florentín (1925-2021) Paraguay
+Concerto in d (“Metamorfosis”) (in four movements, by 1981; transformed from a one
movement Concertante, 1960-69)
**Ritual Indígena for Symphonic Band with Piano (premièred 2002)
+Sinfonía concertante No. 1 (“Metamorfosis”) in d (2005, a revision of the Concerto [above],
with the Andante greatly expanded at the request of Brazilian pianist Miriam Braga. This
version is nearly 20’ longer than the Concerto)
+Symphony No. 5 (“Ritual”) in f (premièred 1992)
Giménez Noble, Javier (1953- ) Argentina
+Quattro per Jusid (by 1999)
Giménez y Bellido, Gerónimo (1854-1923) Spain
**Intemedio from “La Boda de Luis Alonso” (1897)
Ginastera, Alberto (Evaristo) (1916-83) Argentina
§Concerto No. 1, Op. 28 (1961)
§Concerto No. 2, Op. 39 (1972; orig. version)
§Concerto No. 2, Op. 39 (1972; with revisions by Hilde Somer, transferring the righthand-
only piano part in II to the left hand, resulting in significant changes, and altering
the closing measures of the finale)
§Concierto argentino (1935)
+Estancia (ballet, 1941; “Nocturno” and “Malambo” arr. for piano 4-hands and string
orchestra by Ricardo Roel)
Giordani, Giuseppe Giordaniello Italy
§Concerto in C
Giordani, Tommaso (c.1730-33; d.1806) Italy
+Concerto in C for Piano and String Orchestra, Op. 23, No. 2 (1779)
Giorgobiani, Archil (1983- ) Georgia
**Souvenir (by 2021)
Gipps, Ruth (Dorothy Luisa) (1921-99) England
§Concerto in g, Op. 34 (1947)
Girard, Anthony (1959- ) France
**Concerto “Derrière l’ombre des douleurs” [Behind the Shadow of Dolors], I-II only
(III not recorded) (2009)
§Double Concerto for Piano, Cello, and Chamber Orchestra (1992)
**La rose inaccessible (The inaccessible rose) for Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Harp, and
String Quartet (2005)
**Vers la simplicité [Toward Simplicity], Double Concerto No. 2 for Viola, Piano, and
String Orchestra (1997)
Giroux, Julie (1961- ) USA
**“Cordoba” (in memoriam A. Pete Giroux, her father) for Piano and Wind Ensemble
(2009; arr. from the first movement of her Concerto No. 2 [“Moorish Concerto”],
1988)
Gismonti, Egberto (1947- ) Brazil
+Forrobodó (rec. 1995)
+Frevo (rec. 1995)
+A Pedrinha Cai (rec. 1995)
**7 Anéis for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (by 2008; orig. for piano solo, 1987)
Giucci, Carlos (1904-58)
**Tierra Adentro (1938)
Giuliani, Mauro (1781-1829) Italy [see Czerny for his arrangement of Giuliani’s Concerto
No. 3 for Guitar and Orchestra, Op. 70]
Giusto, Gerardo di (1961- ) Argentina
**Suite Concertante for Piano and Winds
**Suite for Piano and String Orchestra
Giyenko, Boris Fyodorovich (1917-2000) Uzbekistan
**Concerto No. 1 (1976), II-III
**Maskarabozy (Concertino) for Piano and Chamber Orchestra
Gjeilo, Ola (1978- ) Norway/USA
**Meridian for Wind Ensemble with Piano and Optional Choir (2010)
+Winter Songs for Piano, Choir, and Ensemble (2017)
Gjerga, Sllobodan
**Grim for String Orchestra and Piano (by 2020)
**Midnight for String Orchestra, Piano, and Harpsichord (2020)
**Strange Nature for String Orchestra, Piano, and Celesta (2020)
Gjerstrøm, Bjørn G. (1939-2017) Norway
**Concerto, Op. 7 (1982)
Gjerstrøm, Gunnar (1891-1951) Norway
**Concerto No. 1 in f (1930)
**Concerto No. 2 (“The Sea [Sea Moods]”) (1936)
Gladkeeh, Anton (1974- )
**Enter! (Drama in One Act) for Strings, Piano, and Electronics
Gladkov, Gennady (1935- ) Russia
**Viy (ballet, 1984)
Glanert, Detlev (1960- ) Germany
**Concerto, Op. 27 (premièred 1994)
**Concerto for 2 Pianos and Orchestra (2007)
Glanville-Hicks, Peggy (1912-90) Australia/USA/Greece
**Drama for Clarinet, Trumpet, Piano, 3 Percussion Instruments, and Strings (1966)
§Etruscan Concerto in D for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1954)
**Sonata for Piano and 11 Percussion Instruments (1952)
Glasinovic, Karina ( – ) Chile
**Fantasía barroca for Piano and String Orchestra (by 2014)
Glass, Louis (Christian Ausgust) (1864-1936) Denmark
§Fantasia, Op. 47 (1913)
Glass, Philip (1937- ) USA
+“La Belle et la Bête,” overture (from the film, 1994; arr. by Michael Rieseman for piano
and string orchestra)
+“Breathless,” closing (from the film, 1983; originally from “Glassworks,” 1981; arr.
by Michael Rieseman for piano and string orchestra)
+Concerto No. 1 for Piano and String Orchestra (“Tirol”) (2000)
+Concerto No. 2 (“After Lewis and Clark”) (2004)
+Concerto No. 3 for Piano and String Orchestra (2017)
+Double Piano Concerto for 2 Pianos and Orchestra (2015)
+“Dracula,” suite (from the film, 1998; arr. by Michael Rieseman for piano and string
orchestra)
+“The Hours,” suite (from the film, 2002; arr. by Michael Rieseman for piano, string
orchestra, harp, and celeste)
+“Neverwas” (from the film, 2005)
**Opening (from “Glassworks,” 1981; arr. for piano and string orchestra by Christian
Badzura)
Glassl, Nikola (1920-2017) Croatia
+Concerto in c (1954)
**Pater Noster for Piano and Chamber Orchestra
Glazunov, Aleksandr Konstantinovich (1865-1936) Russia
§Concerto No. 1 in f, Op. 92 (1910-11)
§Concerto No. 2 in B, Op. 100 (1917)
**Concerto Theme (from Concerto No. 1, arr. by Michael Fredericks, 1954)
Glebov, Yevgeny Aleksandrovich (1929-2000) Belorussia
**Fantasy for Piano and Russian Folk Instrument Orchestra (1951-53)
**Golden Autumn for Pops Orchestra with Piano, Accordion, and Guitar (c.1972)
**Symphony No. 3 in C for Orchestra and Piano (1964)
Gleibman, Andrew ( – )
**Large Symphony-Concerto (“August Synphony”) for Vibraphone, Piano,
Harpsichord, Human Voice, and String Orchestra (c.2008)
**Martian Views (Symphony-Concerto) (by 2021)
Glen, Brendan ( – ) Scotland
**By the Night
Glerup, Rune (1981- ) Denmark
**Concerto (2009-10)
Glesser, Frederic (1956- ) USA
**Rage Within for Piano and Large Ensemble (1991-94)
Glick, Srul Irving (1934-2002) Canada
§Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra (1992)
+7 Tableaux from the “Song of Songs” for Soprano, Piano, and String Orchestra (orig.
for soprano and piano trio, 1992; orchestrated by François Vallières, 2019)
**Symphonic Dialogues (1963)
Glière, Reinhold (1874-1956) Russia
**Waltz (from the ballet “The Bronze Horseman,” 1948-49)
Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich (1804-57) Russia
**Chernomor’s March from the opera “Ruslan and Ludmilla” (1837-42; arr. for 2 pianos 8-
Hands and Orchestra)
+Divertimento brillante in A-flat on themes from Bellini’s opera “La Sonnambula”
(orig. for piano, string quartet, and double bass, 1832; arr. for piano and string
orchestra)
+Grand Sextet in E-flat for 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, and Piano (1832; arr.
for piano and string orchestra)
**The Lark [L’Alouette] (No. 10 from “A Farewell to St. Petersburg,” orig. for voice
and piano, 1840; arr. for piano and string orchestra)
Glodeanu, Liviu (1938-78) Romania
**Concerto, Op. 8 (1960)
Glogau, Jack (1886-1953) USA
+Fashionette for Piano, Saxophone, and Orchestra (composed with Robert A. King, orig.
for piano solo, 1928; also exists as a song with words by Herb Magidson)
Glonti, Feliks (Filipp) Petrovich (1927-2012) Georgia
**Wanderjahre Concerto No. 2
**Wiedervereiningung (Concert-Symphony) [Concerto No. 3] for Piano and Large
Orchestra (2005)
Glorieux, François (1932- ) Belgium
§Divertimento for Piano and Strings (1980)
+Manhattan for Piano and Large Orchestra, Op. 20 (1974)
§Mouvements for Piano, Brass, and Percussion (1962)
Glueck, Hillel (1979- ) USA/Israel
**Symphony XII (“Psalm 121”) for Orchestra with Piano (2009)

Gnattali, Radamés (1906-88) Brazil
+Arrangements of Songs by Noel Rosa (1910-37; see also the Concerto para Noel
Rosa, below) –

Gnattali, Radamés (1906-88) Brazil
+Arrangements of Songs by Noel Rosa (1910-37; see also the Concerto para Noel
Rosa, below) –

  1. Noel Rosa & Vadico: Feitiço da Vila
  2. Noel Rosa: Último desejo
  3. Noel Rosa: Três Apitos
  4. Noel Rosa: Fita Amarela
  5. Noel Rosa: Silêncio de Um Minuto
  6. Noel Rosa: De Babado Sim
  7. Noel Rosa: Até Amanhã

**Brasiliana No. 2 [Samba em três tempos] for Piano, Popular Percussion Instruments,
and String Orchestra (1948)
**Brasiliana No. 6 (1954)
**Brasiliana No. 11 for Piano and String Orchestra (1970; orig. for piano and 8 cellos
or piano and string quartet, 1966)
**Brasiliana No. 12 for 2 Pianos and String Orchestra (1967-68)
§Concerto for Cello, Piano, and Orchestra (1965)
+Concerto Carioca No. 1 for Piano, Guitar, and Orchestra (1964)
+Concerto Carioca No. 2 for Piano, Double Bass, Percussion, and Orchestra (1964)
+Concerto Carioca No. 3 for 2 Pianos, Guitar, Double Bass, Accordion, Drums, and
Orchestra (1971)
+Concerto para Noel Rosa for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1978; arrangements of
songs by Noel Rosa): I. As Pastorinhas; II. Em Feitiço de Oração; III. Conversa de
Botequim
§Concêrto romântico (1949)
**Fantasia brasileira (by 1952; with Laurindo de Almeida)
**Fantasia brasileira No. 1 (1936)
+Fantasia brasiliera No. 3 (1953)
**Rapsódia brasileira, samba e baião (by 1952; with Laurindo de Almeida)
**Samba canção (?; arr. for flute, piano, percussion, and orchestra by Sorin Petrescu,
by 2016)
Go, Jaeyoon ( – ) S. Korea
**Concerto in a (2017)
**Jazz Rhapsody (2020), Part 1
**Musical Joke (2021)
Godard, Benjamin (Louis Paul) (1849-95) France
**Berceuse
+Concerto No. 1 in a, Op. 31 (1875)
+Concerto No. 2 in g, Op. 148 (1893)
+Fantaisie Persane, Op. 152
+Introduction et Allegro, Op. 49 (1880)
Godfrey, Philip (1964- ) England
+Fugal Fantasia
Godler, Jure (1984- ) Slovenia
**Concerto in F, Allegro
Godowsky, Leopold (1870-1938) Lithuania [Russia]/USA
**Java Suite (orig. for piano solo, 1924-25; arr. for piano and orchestra), Part I (first
three pieces of the Suite)
Godoy, Adylson (1937- ) Brazil
**Fantasia espanhola (by 2015)
**Rapsódia No. 1 (1990)
Godoy, Paco (1971- ) Ecuador
**Cuando te recuerdo
Godoy López, Nestor Mario (1952- ) Argentina
**Atadecer en Gamay
**Concierto Argentino
**Divertimento No. 1
Godron, Hugo (1900-71) Netherlands
*Aubade Gaudeamus, suite environ in D for Piano, String Orchestra, and Percussion
(1966-68)
**Concerto (1938-39; I only)
Goeb, Roger (John) (1914-97) USA
**Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1954)
Goedicke, Alexander [see Gedike]
Goehr, (Peter) Alexander (1932- ) England/Germany
§Concerto, Op. 33 (1971-72)
**Konzertstück for Piano and Small Orchestra, Op. 26 (1969)
+Marching to Carcassonne, Op. 75 (2002)
Goerner, Hans-Georg (1908-84) Germany
**Concerto in a, Op. 15 (1952)
Goeslow, Melly and Anto Hoed
**Ketika Cinta Bertasbih (from the Indonesian movie; arr. by Danial A. Azman)
Goethe, Daniel [a.k.a. Daniel G. L. R.]
**Concerto No. 1 (2017)
**Concerto No. 2 (2020)
Goetz, Hermann (Gustav) (1840-76) Germany
§Concerto No. 1 in E-flat (1861)
§Concerto No. 2 in B-flat, Op. 18 (1867)
Goeyvaerts, Karel (1923-93) Belgium
§Avontuur [Adventure] for Piano and 10 Winds (1985)
Goffin, Simon (1981- ) Belgium
**Attente for Piano, Celesta, and Strings, Op. 56
**Concerto No. 3, Op. 29 (1999)
**Concerto No. 4, Op. 30 (1999-2000)
**Concerto No. 5, Op. 37 (2000)
**Concerto No. 6, Op. 38 (2001)
**Dernière page for Piano, Violin, and Strings, Op. 58 (2004)
**Illusions for Chorus, Orchestra, and Piano (2000)
**Instant vide for Piano and Strings, Op. 57
**Matinales for Piano, Violin, Cello, Strings, and Chorus, Op. 60
**Meet the Brain for 2 Voices, Piano, and Orchestra (Overture to John Miller’s opera
“The Brain”)
**Petite berceuse pour Didier for Piano and Strings, Op. 54 (2003)
**Photo de classe for Piano, Oboe, Strings, and Timbales, Op. 50
**Sensations for Piano and Strings, Op. 51
**t.e.m.p.s. for Piano, Orchestra, and Percussion, Op. 59
**2002 for Piano, Clarinet, Strings, and Chorus, Op. 49
Goffredo, Milo (2009- ) USA
**Concerto No. 1 (2020)
**Concerto No. 2 (2021)
Gogolewski, Wojtec ( – )
**Solace, Holding Back, Reverie, Phantasmagoria, Ashenputtl’s Dream, Chatterbox,
Night Ballad, For Marek
Gogolin, Mikhail (1962- ) Russia
**Chants [Canticles] III for Chamber Orhestra with Piano (1992)
**Concertino [Konzertstück] for 2 Pianos and Chamber Orchestra (1995)
**Duetto for Violin, Piano, and String Orchestra (2003)
**Musika Nostalgie for Piano and String Orchestra (1998)
Goicoechea Aizcorbe, José María (1924-2017) Spain
**Concerto No. 2 (2010-11), excerpts
Goins, Chaun ( – ) USA
+Concerto No. 1 in g (2023)
Gokcin [Gökçin], AyseDeniz Ayşedeniz Turkey
+After Bach for Piano and String Orchestra (2023)
+Chaos for Piano and String Orchestra (2023)
+Patterns, works for Piano and String Orchestra (album, 2023), Kelton, Lunapark, Sarp,
Threads of Sound
Gold, Ernest (1921-99) Austria/USA
§Concerto (1943)
**“Exodus” (from the film, 1960; arr. by Claus Ogerman for 2 pianos and orchestra)
+“Exodus,” theme (from the film, 1960; arr. by Paul Bateman, orchestrated by Jeff
Wayne)
**“Too Much, Too Soon” Overture (from Art Napoleon’s film, 1958)
Gold, Morton (1933- ) USA
**Acadia – Rhapsody for Piano and Wind Symphony (2018-19)
**Concerto in G, Op. 14 (1960)
Goldberg, Brandon (2006- ) USA
**Rhapsody in f (2020)
**Surroundings (2019)
Goldberg, Theo (1921-2012) Germany/Canada
**Canadiana, Suite after Canadian Folk Tunes (1972)
Goldenbaum, Jean (1982- ) Brazil/Germany
+Symphony of the Good (2009-10), I. Overture
Goldenthal, Elliot (1954- ) USA
**“The Kiss” and “A Child Recalled” (from Hironobu Sakaguchi’s film “Final Fantasy:
The Spirits Within”; 2001)
Goldhammer, Siegmund (1932- ) Germany
**Concertino for Piano and Winds (1970)
Goldins [Goldin], Maksis Max Latvia
**Suite for Chamber Orchestra with Piano (1980)
Goldkind, Elliott ( – ) USA
**Flowing Forth (2012)
Goldmann, Friedrich (1941-2009) Germany
§Concerto (1979)
Goldschneider, Gary (1939-2019) USA
**One World Concerto (1987)
Goldsmith, Adrian ( – ) United Kingdom
**Concerto No. 2 (2018)
**Fantasy for Orchestra and Piano (piano part, 2004; orchestrated 2014 and premièred
2015)
Goldsmith, Jerrald King “Jerry” (1929-2004) USA
**Bedtime Story (from Peter Hyams’s film “Capricorn One,” 1977)
**The Invaders (from the TV program, The Twilight Zone, 1961)
**A Patch of Blue: Main title, The Park, Stringin’ Beads, Pineapple Juice & Discovery,
Finale—Love, the Equalizer (from Guy Green’s film, 1965)
**The Prize, Suite (from Mark Robson’s film, 1963)
**A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Suite (from the television film, 1974)
**The World That Only Lovers See (from J. Lee Thompson’s film “The Chairman,”
1969)
Goldstein, Burton ( – ) USA
**Pale Fire for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Violin, Viola, Cello, Harp, Piano, & Percussion
(1994)
Goldstein, David H. (1952- ) Canada
**Concerto No. 1
**Double Concerto for Piano, Strings, and Orchestra
Goldstein, William (1942- ) USA
**Miracle at Midnight Concerto (2001; arr. from music for the TV film, 1997)
Goldšteins, Edmunds (1927-2008) Latvia
**Concerto (1960)
Goleminov, Marin (1908-2000) Bulgaria
Prelude, Aria, and Toccata (1947-54)
**Concerto (1975)
Golestan, Stan (1875-1956) Romania/France
**Concertul Carpatic (“Pe culmile Carpaţilor”) [On the Peaks of the Carpathians] for
Piano, Chorus, and Orchestra (1935-37)
Golijov, Osvaldo (1960- ) Argentina
+Nazareno for 2 Pianos, Percussion, and Orchestra (arr. by Gonzalo Grau, based on
themes from “La Pasión según San Marcos,” 2000/2009)
Gölles, Martin (c.1994- ) Hungary
**Concerto for Viola, Piano, and Orchestra, II
Golob, Jani (1948- ) Slovenia
**Variations for Violin, Piano, and Orchestra (1995)
Golova, Nina Sergeyeva (1991- ) Russia
**Concerto in Two Parts (by 2019), Part 2
Golovin, Andrey (1950- ) Russia
+Concert Symphony No. 2 for Viola, Piano, and Orchestra (1981)
+Plain Songs (Cantata) for Mezzo-soprano, Bass, Piano, and Chamber Orchestra
(1988)
Golubenko, Marianna (1985- ) Ukraine
**Musica Cantilena (in memory of Yuri Vetrov) for Piano and String Orchestra (2018)
**The Three Lullabies for Chamber Orchestra with Piano (2013)
Golubev, Igor (1945- ) Russia
**“Youth” Concerto (2013)
Golubev, Yevgeny Kirillovich (1910-88) Russia
**Concerto No. 1 in a, Op. 24 (1944)
**Concerto No. 2 in D-flat, Op. 30 (1948)
§Concerto No. 3 in g, Op. 40 (1954)
Gomelskaya, Julia (1964-2016) Ukraine
**Calling the Sun for Piano and String Orchestra (orig. for 2 pianos, 2006)
**Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra (2007)
Gomes, [Antônio] Carlos (1836-96) Brazil
**Overture to the opera “Il Guarany” (1870; arr. for piano and orchestra by
“PowerPlayPiano,” by 2022)
Gomes, Trevor Alan ( – ) USA
**Variations on a Simple Theme (2012)
Gomes, Wellington (1960- ) Brazil
**Serenata conflitante para o luar de Catulo e João for 8 Instruments (by 2020)
**Variations on a Theme of Satie (1994)
Gomes, William ( – ) USA
**Concerto in b (2017)
Gómez, Gershon ( – ) Chile
**Fantasy in f-sharp, Op. 93 (by 2023)
Gomez, Hique (1959- ) Brazil
**Berlim, Bom-Fim for Voice, Piano, Bandeon, and String Orchestra (by 2008; an arr.
of the song by Nei Lisboa)
**Buenos Aires Hora Zero/Tropicália for Voice, Violin, Piano, Bandoneon, Percussion,
and String Orchestra (by 2008; an arr. of songs by Astor Piazzolla and Caetano
Veloso, respectively)
**Tãn-Tãngo for Piano, Bandoneon, and String Orchestra (by 2008)
Gómez, [Domingo] Julio (1886-1973) Spain
**Concierto Lírico (1942)
Gómez, Jairo ( – ) Venezuela
**Concierto (“Estate”) con motivo al dia internacional de jazz (by 2017)
Gómez, Luis Ernesto (1977- ) Venezuela
**Variaciones veloces y líricas for Orchestra with Piano (2011)
Gómez Casadiego, Santiago ( – ) Colombia
**Concerto for Piano and 2 String Orchestras, Op. 1 (by 2021)
Gómez Espinosa, Juan (1979- ) Spain
**Concerto (2007)
Gómez Gonzalez, Ramiro Alejandro (1991- ) Mexico
**Concerto No. 1 (2010)
Gómez Martínez, Miguel (1949- ) Spain
**Concerto (2013)
Gómez Senosiaín, Rafael (1949- ) Spain
**Suite (“Faust”) for Piano and String Orchestra (by 2023)

Gómez Vignes, Mario (1934- ) Chile/Colombia
**Concerto (“Delly Inkir”) (1960)
Gomezanda, Antonio (1894-1961) Mexico/Germany
§Fantasía Mexicana (1922)
§Lagos (Symphonic poem) for Cello, Piano, and Orchestra (1956)
§Seis danzas Mexicanas (1947)
Gon Hwang ( – ) S. Korea
**Concerto (by 2015)
Gonçalves dos Santos, Joaquim (1936-2008) Portugal
**Concerto (2003)
Gondard, Georges (1966- ) France
**The Lost Souls (symphonic suite, 2013)
Goncharenko, Aleksandr Terentvich (1938- ) Russia
**Concertino for Piano and Chamber Orchestra
**Concerto
Gondiu, Laurentiu ( – ) Moldova/Romania
**Nostalgic (2009)
Gong, Peng-Peng (1992- ) China/USA
**Concerto No. 3 (“Zhonghua Chronicles”) (2011)
**Hourly Reminiscence (2010)
**Late Bells (Concertante), Op. 62 (2020)
**The Revival (by 2018)
**Symphony No. 4 (“Rejuvenation”) for Orchestra with Cello and Piano (2014)
**Symphony No. 5 for, in different movements, Violin, Cello, Piano, Soprano, Tenor,
Chorus, and Orchestra (2015): I. Overture; II. Violin Sonata; III. Violin Concerto; IV.
Cello Sonata; V. Cello Concerto; VI. Piano Sonata; VII. Piano Concerto; VIII.
Soprano Aria; IX. Tenor Aria; X. Choral Finale
Gonneville, Michel (1950- ) Canada
§Adonwe for Piano and Orchestra of 22 Musicians (1994)
Gonthier, Nathan ( – ) France
**Concerto No. 1, Op. 7 (2019), I
Gontsov, Yury Petrovich (1946- ) Russia
**Concerto for Children (“A Small Test for Sveta with an Orchestra”), Op. 78 (2005)
Gonzaga, Chiquinha Francisca Edwiges Neves Brazil
**Gaúcho Atraente (arr. for piano and orchestra by Vinícius Louzada Arranjador, by
2022)
Gonzales, Chilly born Jason Charles Beck Canada/Germany
**Concerto No. 1 (2012)
Gonzáles Quispe [see Omar]
González, Dayramir (1983- ) Cuba
**Transición (by 2007)
González, Héctor (1961- ) Colombia
**“Homenaje a Ginastera” (Fantasia) (premièred 2010)
Gonzalez, Luis
**Concerto, I (2012)
Gonzalez, Luis Carlos
**La Ruana—Bambuco
González Acilu, Agustín (1929-2023) Spain
**Concerto No. 2 (1999-2001)
**Triple Concerto for Piano, Violin, Cello, and Orchestra (1988)
González Compeán, Francisco Javier (1978- ) Mexico
**Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra (premièred 2016)
González De La Rubia, Domènec ( – ) Spain
**Variacions sobre un tema popular català (2000)
González Gamarra, Francisco (1890-1972) Peru
**Homenaje a Inca Garcilaso de la Vega (orig. for piano solo; version for string
orchestra and piano)
González Granero, José (1985- ) Spain/USA
**Concerto da camera for Violin, Cello, Piano, and Orchestra (2016)
González Ladrón de Guevara, David (1996- ) Mexico
**Himno de esperanza (by 2019)
González Martínez, Carlos ( – ) Spain
+Fantasía-Concierto for Flute, Cello, Piano, Mixed Choir, and Orchestra (by 2013)
González Moya, José Luis ( – ) Mexico
**Concerto for Piano 8-Fingers and Orchestra (by 2018)
González Orduña, Federico (1969- ) Mexico
**Concerto No. 1 (“Orion”) (2015)
González Pichardo, Javier (1931- ) Mexico
**Concierto Estival (1992)
González Vicet, Dayramir (1983- ) Cuba
**Transición (by 2018)
González Zubieta, José María (1950- ) Spain
**Concerto in c, Op. 163 (2018-19)
Good, Scott ( – ) Canada
**An Ocean Called Owen for Narrator, Piano, and Orchestra (2010)
Goodchild, Neil ( – ) Australia
**Concerto (2008)
Goode, Daniel (1936- ) USA
**Cape Breton Concerto for 6 Violins, Piano, and Wind Ensemble (1982)
Goodell, Joshua (1999- ) USA
**Concerto No. 1 in b (2020-21), I
Goodenough, Forrest (1918-2004) USA
**Concerto (by 1942)
Goodhart, Alex ( – ) USA
**Janvier, I-II (2012)
Goodman, Benny (1909-86) and Charlie Christian (1916-42) USA
**Seven Come Eleven (1939; arr. for piano and string orchestra by Daniil Kramer)
Goodman, Isador (1909-82) Australia
§New Guinea Fantasy (1944)
Goodwin, Ron [see Rutter]
Goodyear, Stewart (1978- ) Canada
+Callaloo (2016)
**“Eclipse” (2011)
Goolkasian Rahbee, Dianne (1938- ) USA
+Concertino No. 1 (“Peasant Folk Dance”) for Piano and Chamber Orchestra, Op. 82
(1997)
+Concertino No. 2 for Piano and String Orchestra, Op. 113 (2001)
§Concerto No. 2, Op. 134 (2003)
§Rhapsodie (“Urartu”), Op. 80 (1996)
Goossens, (Aynsley) Eugene (1893-1962) England
+Phantasy Concerto, Op. 60 (1942)
Gorby, Roderick
**Concerto (by 2016), III
Gorcheva, Emelina (1990- ) Bulgaria
**Concerto (“Worlds Away”) for Marimba, Percussion, Piano, and String Orchestra
(2015)
Gordeli, Otar Mikhailovich (1928-1994) Georgia
**Concerto in c, Op. 2 (1952)
Gordeychev, Andrey Aleksandrovich (1965- ) Russia
**Concerto [No. 1] for Piano and Russian Folk Instrument Orchestra (by 2017)
**Concerto No. 2 for Piano and Russian Folk Instrument Orchestra (by 2019)
Gordon, Brendan (1981- ) USA
**Concert Piece based on the Brazilian National Anthem, Op. 2, No. 3 (2007)
**Concerto No. 1 in g, Op. 1, I only (1999-2002)
**Concerto in g, Op. 1 (1999-2002/22)
**Concerto No. 2 (“So Not a Rag”) in C, Op. 13, I (2009-10), II (2009-18), III (2018)
**Concerto No. 3 in f, Op. 18 (2008-18)
**Concerto in A [Mozartiad A, Op. 2, No. 1], I (2003) & II-III (2018)
**Concerto in E-flat [Mozartiad B, Op. 2, No. 2], I (2003) & II-III (2018)
**Concerto in d, Op. 19 (2015-18/22)
**Concerto in G, Op. 23, I (2019-20), II & III (2023)
**Viennese Christmas, Op. 17 (2014)
Gordon, Christopher (1956- ) England/Australia
**Freefall: Chamber Symphony (2007)
Gordon, David (1965- ) England
+Augmented Tango (2008)
Gordon, David M. (1976- ) USA
**Fabular Arcana for Retuned Piano and Orchestra (2021)
Gordon, Geoffrey (1968- ) USA
+Saint Blue for Trumpet, Piano, and String Orchestra (by 2015)
Gordon, Louis B. (1926-2018) USA
Concerto (1961)
Gordon, Michael (1956- ) USA
+Unchanging Sea (2016)
Gordon, Michael Zev (1963- ) England
**Impermanence of Things for Piano, Large Ensemble, and Electronics (2009)
Gore, Jude ( – ) USA
**Concerto for Piano and Wind Ensemble (2004)
+Sinfonia concertante for 2 Pianos and Wind Ensemble (2016)
Górecki, Henryk Mikołaj (1933-2010) Poland
§Concerto for Piano [or Harpsichord] and String Orchestra, Op. 40 (1980)
**Genesis II: Canti stumentali for 15 Performers, Op. 19 (1962)
§Kleines Requiem für eine Polka, Op. 66 (1993)
**Muzyczka 2 for 4 Trumpets, 4 Trombones, and 2 Pianos, Op. 23 (1967)
**Scontri [Collisions] for Orchestra with 2 Pianos, Op. 17 (1960)
**Songs of Joy and Rhythm for 2 Pianos and Orchestra (1956/60)
**Symphony No. 4 (“Tansman Episodes”) for Orchestra with Piano, Op. 85 (piano score
completed in 2010, with detailed instructions for the orchestration; realized by his son
after the composer’s death and premièred posthumously in 2014)
Górecki, Mikołaj (1971- ) Poland [see also Piano Schloss Concerto Series 7-8, 11-12]
**Capriccio, Op. 7 (1998)
+Concerto No. 1 in c (“In the Style of the Young Chopin”) (c.1992)
**Concerto No. 2 in d (“In the Style of the Young Chopin”) (c.1992)
+Concerto No. 3 (“In the Classical Style”)
+Concerto No. 4 (“In the Baroque Style”)
+Trio Concerto for Clarinet, Horn, Piano, and String Orchestra (2015)
+Zan Tontemiquico for Orchestra with Piano (2006)
Goričar, Andrej (1971- ) Slovenia
**“Ex anima” (Concerto) (2010)
Gorin, Irina ( – ) Ukraine/USA
**Tales of a Musical Journey, Book II: An Apple, Gypsy Dance
Gorman, Jacob (c.2000- ) USA
**Concerto No. 1 in C, Op. 156 (2018)
Gormanprow, N.
**Concerto in D (2021)
Görner, Hans-Georg [see Goerner]
Gorni, Vítor H.
**Mingus for Piano, Vibraphone, and Orchestra (orig. for vibraphone and piano, by
2015; orchestrated version by 2019)
Gorton, Thomas Arthur (1910-97) USA
Concertino in B-flat (1931 [1935])
Gosálvez Blanco, Mario (1965- ) Spain
**Arjé (Concerto No. 1) (2004?; publ. & premièred 2010)
Gosling, Peter ( – ) England
**Concerto (2020/21)
Goss, Stephen (1964- ) Wales
+Concerto (2013)
**Concerto for Five (2013)
Gothóni, Ralf (1946- ) Finland
Concerto grosso for Violin, Piano, and String Orchestra (1999; an arr. of his cantata
“Der Ochs und sein Hirte” [The Ox and Its Shepherd] )
Gotov, Aslan (1968- ) Russia
**Concerto (1996)
Gottfried, Yaron (1968- ) Israel
**Double Concerto for 2 Violins, String Orchestra, and Obbligato Piano (premièred
2001)
Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (1829-69) USA
§Le Bananier, Chanson nègre (arr. by Jack Elliott, 1982)
§Berceuse (arr. by Lucièn Lambert, 1898)
+“La Caza del Joven Enrique” Overture (after Etienne-Nicolas Mehul’s “La Chasse de
jeune Henri,” 1849; arr. by Gottschalk for 3 Pianos, 10-hands, and Orchestra, 1861;
reconstructed by Richard Rosenberg, premièred 2006), RO 54b
§The Dying Poet, Meditation (arr. by Jack Elliott, 1982)
§Grande fantaisie triomphale sur l’hymne national brésilien, Op. 69, RO 108 (1869;
orig. for solo piano; arr. for piano and orchestra by Samuel Adler)
§Grande fantaisie triomphale sur l’hymne national brésilien, Op. 69, RO 108 (1869;
orig. for solo piano; arr. for piano and orchestra by Chris Hazell)
+Grande tarantelle (Célèbre tarantelle), Op. 67, RO 259 (orig. for violin and piano,
1860; arr. for piano and orchestra by Gottschalk, 1868)
§Grande tarantelle (Célèbre tarantelle), Op. 67, RO 259 (orig. for violin and piano,
1860; arr. for piano and orchestra by Nicolas Ruiz Espadero, publ. 1874)
§Grande tarantelle, Op. 67, RO 259 (1868; orig. for violin and piano, 1860; arr. for
piano and orchestra by Hershey Kay, 1957 [publ. 1964], based on the two-piano score)
**Grande tarantelle (Célèbre tarantelle), Op. 67, RO 259 (orig. for violin and piano,
1860; arr. for piano and band by Birch)
§Manchega, Étude de concert (arr. by Jack Elliott, 1982)
§O! ma charmante (arr. by Jack Elliott, 1982)
§Souvenir de Porto Rico, Marche des Gibaros (arr. by Jack Elliott, 1982)
§Tournament Galop (arr. by Jack Elliott, 1982)
§Union, paraphrase de concert, Op. 48, RO 269 (1862; orig. for solo piano, arr. for
piano and orchestra by Samuel Adler)
+Variations de concert sur l’hymne portugais, RO 289 (1869; orchestral version
rediscovered 1967; orig. piano part restored by Michael Gurt from Arthur Napoleão
dos Santos’s more elaborate arr. of the work for piano solo)
§Variations de concert sur l’hymne portugais, RO 28 (1869; orchestral version
rediscovered 1967; ed. by Eugene List)
Gottschalk, Wolfgang (1938- ) Germany
**Concerto (c.1965)
Gougeon, Denis (1951- ) Canada
**Concerto (2003)
Gould, Morton (1913-96) USA [see also Tchaikovsky, P.]
§American Concertette No. 1 (1943; later used in the ballet “Interplay”)
**Caricatone No. 1 (“The Child Prodigy”) (orig. for piano solo, 1939)
+Chorale and Fugue in Jazz for 2 Pianos and Orchestra (1934)
§Concerto (1937-38)
§Dance Variations for 2 Pianos and Orchestra (1952-53)
**Dialogues for Piano and String Orchestra (1956-58)
§Interplay [see American Concertette No. 1]
**Inventions for 4 Pianos, Winds, Brass, and Percussion (1953)
**Rhapsodies on Gershwin’s “Fascinatin’ Rhythm” and “Someone to Watch Over Me”;
Jerome Kern’s “All the Things You Are”; Kurt Weill’s “When My Ship Comes In”;
Richard Rodgers’s “Out of My Dreams”/“A Wonderful Guy”/“Hello, Young
Lovers”/“It’s a Grand Night for Singing”; Rodgers’s “If I Loved You”; and Vernon
Duke’s “I Can’t Get Started”

Gould, Tony (1940- ) Australia
§Chronicle for Violin, Viola, Piano, and String Orchestra (1985)
§Improvisation for Piano and String Orchestra (1979)
§Plants in Action (film score, 1983)
**Poetry of Music for Piano and 9 Instruments
§Subtlety of Time for Saxophone, Piano, Bass, Percussion, and String Orchestra (1986)
Goulding, Edmund (1891-1959) England
**Mam’selle (1947, from the film “The Razor’s Edge”; Fantasy for piano and orchestra
arr. by Víctor Hugo Morales)
Goulet, Maxime (1980- ) Canada
**Checkmate! (Concerto) (2018)
Goumenos, Orestis (1984- ) Greece/Germany
**Oil Water for Small Orchestra and Piano (2012)
Gounod, Charles (François) (1818-93) France
+Ave Maria (arr. Richard Abel & Guy St-Onge)
**Ave Maria (arr. Richard Clayderman?)
Ave Maria (arr. for violin, piano, and orchestra by Jérôme Ducro, by 2023)
+Concerto in E-flat for Pedal Piano and Orchestra (1889)
+Danse Roumaine for Pedal Piano and Orchestra (1888-89)
+Fantaisie sur l’hymne national russe for Pedal Piano and Orchestra, CG 522 (1885)
**Fantaisie sur l’hymne national russe for Pedal Piano and Orchestra, CG 522 (1885;
arr. for piano and orchestra)
+Suite concertante in A for Pedal Piano and Orchestra, CG 526 (1886)
+Waltz from “Faust”
Gouveia e Melo, Filipe (2004- ) Portugal
**Frente (by 2022; orig. for piano solo, by 2021)
Govea, Aron ( – ) Mexico
**Concerto No. 1 (“La Rosa Incendiara”) (2008)
Goves, Larry (1980- ) England
**Things that are blue, things that are white, and things that are black (2010)
Gow, David (1924-93) Scotland
**Concerto (1980)
Gowers, Patrick (1936-2014) England
**John Hector McFarlane and his Mother (from the episode “The Norwood Builder”
[1985] of the series “Sherlock Holmes” produced by the British company Granada
Television)
Gozzi, Gerardo (1988- ) Italy
**Narcissus for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2014), excerpt
Graber, Oliver Peter (1971- ) Austria
**Concertino for Piano and 11 Strings (2010)
Gräber, Severus ( – ) Austria
**Concerto [No. 1] in F (2021)
**Concerto No. 2 in f-sharp (2022)
Grabmeier, Cajus
+Minutenmusik (Klavierkonzert) (by 2019)
+Revolutionskonzert (by 2019)
Grabovsky, Leonid [see Hrabovsky]
Grabow, Nathan (1998- ) USA
**Concertino in g for Piano and String Orchestra (2010)
Grabowsky, Paul ( – )
**Film Music: Exile (1993), Innocence (1999), Molokai (1999), A Woman’s Tale (1991)
**“Last Days of Chez Nous” (film score)
Graça [see Lopes-Graça]
Graener, Paul (1872-1944) Germany
+Concerto in a, Op. 72 (1925)
Graf, Haakon (1955- ) Norway/USA
**At the End of the Day (2011)
Grafe, Max (1988- ) USA
**Concerto grosso (“Janus Ponders the Cosmos”) for Violin, Bassoon, Harp, Piano,
Percussion, and Strings (2013)
**Light Show, Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2009)
Graff, Rachel
**Concertino (2011)
Graham, Gregory ( – ) USA
**Symphonic Poem (by 2020)
Graham, Peter pseudonym of Jaroslav Šťastný-Pokorný Czech Republic
**Adrienne (1987)
Graham, Vern ( – ) USA
**Concerto No. 1 (by 2021)
Grahl, Trevor (1984- ) Canada
**Mechanical Miniatures (2005-6)
**Pierement Parade for Piano and Ensemble (2013)
Grahn, Ulf (1942- ) Sweden/USA
**Ancient Music for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1970)
Grainger, (George) Percy (Aldridge) (1882-1961) Australia [see also Liszt: Fantasia on
Hungarian Folk Melodies]
§Blithe Bells (Ramble on Bach’s “Sheep May Safely Graze”) (1930-31)
§Bridal Lullaby (1916-17; arr. by Richard Robbins)
+Country Gardens (1918)
+Danish Folk Suite for Piano and Orchestra with Organ (1928-41)
**Eastern Intermezzo for 2 Pianos and 11 Percussion Instruments (1898-99)
**English Waltz (from “Youthful Suite,” 1940-45)
§Green Bushes (1919)
§Handel in the Strand (1912)
+In a Nutshell (Suite) for Orchestra with Piano, Organ, and Percussion (1916)
*Lord Peter’s Stable (from “Danish Folk-Music Suite,” 1928-41)
+Merry King (arr. for piano and wind band, 1939)
§Mock Morris (1910/14)
**Power of Love (from “Danish Folk-Music Suite,” 1928-41)
+Shepherd’s Hey (1909-13)
+Tribute to Stephen Foster for 5 Solo Voices, Mixed Chorus, Musical Glasses and Bowls,
Bowed Metal Marimba, Piano, and Orchestra (1913-14/31)
+Warriors for 3 Pianos and Orchestra (1913-16)
Grajales, Miguel Ángel (c.2001- )
**Concerto in F for Piano and String Orchestra with Timbales (2020)
Granados (y Campaña), Enrique (1867-1916) Spain
**Allegro de Concierto (orig. for piano solo, 1903; arr. for piano and orchestra for a
performance by the Ballet Nacional de España, premièred 1980)
+Allegro de Concierto (orig. for piano solo, 1903; see also Concerto)
**Andaluzia (Spanish Dance No. 5, 1892-1900; arr. Aldrich for 2 pianos and orchestra)
+Concerto in c (“Patético”) (1910, incomplete; two fragments in the Centre de
Documentació Musical de Calunya in Barcelona were rediscovered in 2009 and are
the basis for Melani Mestre’s reconstruction of I; his arrangements [2009-10] of
Granados’s Spanish Dance No. 2 and Capricho español, and Allegro de Concierto,
constitute movements II and III, respectively)
+Elisenda for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1912)
**Goyescas: “La maja y el ruisenor” and “El amor y la muerte” (orig. for piano solo,
1911; arr. by Michele Fedrigotti, perf. 1995)
Granard, Chester
**Destroy Everything (Concerto) for 2 Pianos and Orchestra
Granati, Giulio (1956- ) Italy/Germany/Switzerland
**Concerto No. 1 (“Miles in the Sky”) for Jazz Quartet and Orchestra
Granillo, María (1962- ) Mexico
**Concerto (premièred 2014)
Grant, James (1954- ) USA
§Concerto (1994)
Grant, Julian (1960- ) England
•Off Course (Concerto) for Piano and 10 Instruments (1996-98/2009)
Gras, Gérman E. (1975- ) Argentina/Brazil/Chile
**Árbol, Hoja, Salto, Luz for Piano and String Orchestra (2019)
Grassi, Luciano (1974- ) Italy
**Concerto (2016)
Gratton, Hector (1900-70) Canada
**Coucher de soleil = Sunset: sur un conte de Félix Leclerc for String Orchestra and
Piano (1947)
Grau, Eduardo (1919-2006) Spain/Argentina
+Concerto of “Yuste” for Violin, Piano, Timpani, and String Orchestra, Op. 88 (1966)
+Double Concertino for Viola, Piano, and String Orchestra, Op. 124 (1972)
+La flor de Gnido for Flute, Piano, and String Orchestra, Op. 198 (1988)
**Variaciones (“More Hispano”) sobre un tema de Stravinsky, Op. 164 (1982)
Grau, Gonzalo (1972- ) Venezuela/USA
**Fantasia de Guayaba Habanera for Violin, Orchestra, and Salsa Band (2013)
Graugaard, Lars (1957- ) Denmark
Book of Throws for Ensemble and Improvising Piano Soloist (2013)
Graves, Andrew J. (1967- ) USA
**Fantasy in B-flat (“The Ember Rain Fantasy”) (2021)
**Fantasy in C (La Nostra Vita Insieme [Our Life Together]) (1982-2020)
**Fantasy in c (“Abby’s Tale” (2021)
**Fantasy in F (“Eden Joy Fantasy”) for Orchestra and Piano (1982-2022)
**Fantasy No. 2 in B-flat (“Caroline Mae Fantasy”) for Orchestra and Piano (1982-
2022)
**Rhapsody in C (“Il Mio cuore felice” [Seeing Her Again]) for Piano and String
Orchestra (1982-2020)
Gravgaard Madsen, Allan (1984- ) Denmark
**Nachtmusik for Violin, Piano, and Orchestra (2018-19)
Gräwe, Georg (1956- ) Germany
**East Coker for Piano, Voice and Orchestra
**Looking for Work for Piano, Voice, and Orchestra
+Variations for Chamber Ensemble with Piano and Voice (by 1989)
Graziano, Mel
**Concerto No. 1, II (1992)
Grazier, Russ ( – ) USA
**Leaving, Arriving for Violin and Ensemble with Piano (2000-1)
Grđan, Miroslav (1915–1945)
Coram Sanctissimo for Male Choir, String Orchestra, Harp, Piano, and Harmonium
Greaves, Terence (1933-2009) England
+Rondino for Piano and Small Orchestra
Greco, Emiliano ( – ) Argentina
**Concerto for Piano, Bandoneón, and Orchestra
Greco, José Luis (1953- ) USA/Spain
+Geografías del silencio (Concerto) (2004)
+Swallow for Piano and Ensemble (1992)
Greco, Vicente (1888-1924) Argentina
**Ojos negros for 2 Bandoneons, Piano, and String Orchestra (1910)
Greeley, George (1917-2007) USA
**Arrangements
**Christmas Rhapsody (arr. of 22 Christmas songs) (rec. 1959)
Green, Carmen
**Concerto, I
Green, Edward (1951- ) USA
+Concertino (“Through the Seasons with Persephone”)
Green, Gordon M. (1986- ) USA
**Ghazal (2012)
**Miniatures for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2022)
Green, John Waldo (“Johnny”) (1908-89) USA [see also Copland]
•Music for Elizabeth: Fantasia (by 1938)
**Night Club: 6 Impressions for Orchestra with 3 Pianos (1932)
**Poem (Concerto) (1931)
Green, L. Michael (c.2002- ) USA
**Concerto No. 1 (2020), I
Green, Philip (1911-82) England
**Hour of Meditation (from Victor Saville’s film “24 Hours of a Woman’s Life” [a.k.a.
“Affair in Monte Carlo”], 1952)
+Song of Soho: Rhapsody (from the film “Murder Without Crime,” 1950)
Greenbaum, Matthew (1950- ) USA
**Spherical Music for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1995)
Greenbaum, Stuart (1966- ) Australia
**Chamber Concerto
**The Last Signal for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2005)
Greenberg, Glenn ( – ) USA
**Chamber Piano Concerto (2010)
Greenberg, Jay (1991- ) USA
**4 Visions (2011)
Greenberg, Robert (1954- ) USA
**Concerto No. 2 (1996-97)
Greene, Adam (1970- ) USA
**Shroud (Concerto) for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2016)
Greene, Joseph
**Concerto No. 1 (by 2018), I & IV
Greenstein, Judd (1979- ) USA
+Still Point for Piano, String Orchestra, and Voices (2022)
Greenway, Aere (1950- ) USA [see also Beethoven]
**Concerto (by 2021; an orchestration of the composer’s piano sonata, late-1960s)
Greer, Jesse (1896-1970) USA
**Flapperette (1926)
Greer, Richard (1990- ) Scotland
**Concerto No. 1, I “Scotland” (2005)
Grégoire, Michelle (1966- ) USA/Canada
**Gratitude Suite (by 2010)
Gregor, Čestmír (1926-2011) Czech Republic
**Concerto giocondo (1979)
**Concerto semplice (1958)
**Tragic Suite for Small Orchestra with Concertante Piano and Trumpet (1957)
Gregorio, Guillermo ( – )
**Coplanar 5
Gregson, Edward (1945- ) England
**Concertante for Piano and Band (1966; publ. 2017)
+Concerto (“Homages”) for Piano and Winds (1995/97)
Greif, Olivier (1950-2000) France
+Quadruple Concerto (“La Danse des morts”) for Violin, Viola, Cello, Piano, and
Orchestra, Op. 352 (1998)
Grems, Ian ( – ) USA
**Tristis est Memoria (2016)
Grenet Sánchez, Eliseo (1893-1950) Cuba
**Danzón “La Mora”

Grenier, Raynald
**Concertino in C-sharp (by 2020)
Grešák, Jozef (1907-97) Slovakia
**Concerto (1965)
Gribbin, Deirdre (1967- ) Ireland
**The Binding of the Years (2009-12; 20’ orig. version)
**The Binding of the Years (2009-12; expanded to 34’ with the inclusion an additional
movement)
Gribinčika [Gribinchik], Marina (1966- ) Latvia
**Concerto for Piano, Bass Guitar, Strings, and Percussion
**Idée fixe
Giebling, Karen (1957- ) USA
**Coin Toss (Heads Up, Tail, and On Edge and Spinning) (by 2012)
Griebling-Haigh, Margi (1960- ) USA
**Alegrías for Chamber Orchestra with Piano (2018)
Grieg, Edvard (Hagerup) (1843-1907) Norway [see also Michael Charles Clark; Joo; F.
Reizenstein; E. Schwartz; O. Thommessen; and Weingand]
**“Anitra’s Dance” from Peer Gynt (arr. Aldrich for 2 pianos and orchestra)
*“Anitra’s Dance” (arr. by Carmen Cavallero as “Anitra’s Boogie”)
§Concerto in a, Op. 16 (1868/72; original version)
§Concerto in a, Op. 16 (1868/72; revised 1906-7 with Percy Grainger)
+Concerto, Op. 16 (ten-minute abridged version of I & III by Roland Shaw used in
Andrew L. Stone’s film “Song of Norway,” 1970)
*Concerto, Op. 16, I (arr. George Greeley)
+Grieg: Concerto, Op. 16, I (arr. Gordon Robinson)
**Concerto, Op. 16 (excerpts, arranged)
**Concerto, Op. 16 (themes arr. for 2 pianos and orchestra by Fistoulari)
+Concerto in b, sketches (1882-83; @150 mm. of solo piano fragments, edited and
orchestrated by Robert Matthew-Walker into a four-minute work following the
composer’s few instrumental instructions) [see also the much more extended pianoand-
orchestra realizations by Beeckmans; Belyayev; Colla; Edgar; Evju; Kenmuir;
Miehling; Nichifor; and Powers]
§A Dream, Op. 48, No. 6 (from 6 Songs, 1884/89; arr. for piano and orchestra)
**“In the Hall of the Mountain King” from Peer Gynt
**Holberg Suite, Prelude (arr. for piano and wind orchestra)
**March of the Dwarfs (orig. for piano solo; No. 3 from Lyric Pieces, Op. 54, 1891)
**Norwegian Bridal Procession, Op. 19, No. 2 (arr. by Karol Szreter or Frieder
Weismann)
**Wedding Day at Troldhaugen (arr. by Karol Szreter or Frieder Weismann)
Grien, Wolf
**Quintet in b-flat for Piano and String Orchestra (by 2015)
Griesbach, Karl-Rudi (1916-2000) Germany
**Konzertante Musik for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1964)
Griesdale, Susan (1950- ) Canada
**Arctic Voices (orig. for piano solo, 2012)
Griffee, D.
**Concerto for One (by 2014)
Griffes, Charles T(omlinson) (1884-1920) USA
+The Kairn of Koridwen for 8 Instruments
+3 Tone-Pictures for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1911-12; arr. for wind quintet,
string quintet, and piano, ?1919)
Griffin, Claire (1980- ) Ireland/Scotland
**Impog for Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Piano, Violin, Viola, and Cello (2003)
Griffin, John C. (1979- ) USA
**Aggravated Avians for 12 Players (2011)
**Concertino for Piano and Chamber Ensemble (2008)
Griffiths, Logan ( – )
**Concerto No. 1 in c, I (2010)
Grigg, Jordan (1972- ) Canada
**Concerto No. 1 (2006)
**Concerto No. 2 (2014)
**Concerto No. 3 (2019)
**Elegy (2017)
**Passions (2012)
**Variants (2018)
Grigoriev, Vladislav ( – ) Russia
**Chamber Symphony for Orchestra with Piano (by 2021), IV & V
Grigorovich, Yevgeny ( – ) Russia
**Concert with the Colors of Jazz for Solo Viola, Piano, Synthesizer, and Orchestra
(premièred 2016)
Grill, Pierre ( – ) USA
**Poli’ahu (Goddess of Mauna Kea) (Ballet Suite in 3 Parts)
Grill, Stanley (1953- ) USA
**Fantasy for Piano and String Orchestra (2020)
**Gaia’s Song for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (2021)
Griller, Arnold (1937- ) England
+Introduction, Cakewalk, and Allegro (2011/16)
**Symphony for Piano and 8 Celli (by 1962)
Grimm, Hans (1886-1965) Germany
**Concerto in D (c.1935?)
Grinblats [Grünblatt], Romualds (1930-95) Latvia
**Concerto (1963)
Grinfelds, Nils (1907-86) Latvia
**Capriccio for Piano and String Orchestra (1968)
Grippe, Ragnar (1951- ) Sweden
**Concerto (1993)
Groba, Rogelio (1930-2022) Spain
**Concerto for Piano and String Orchestra (premièred 2019), II. Soatiña
**Malleus animatus (Concerto) for Piano and String Orchestra (1974)
Grofé, [Ferdinand] Ferde (Rudolf von) (1892-1972) USA
§Concerto in d (1931-59)
**Hudson River Suite (1955): The River
+Metropolis: A Fantasie in Blue for Piano, Voice, and Orchestra (1928)
+Mississippi Suite (arr. by Paul Whiteman)
*“On the Trail” from the Grand Canyon Suite
**Russian Rose (with Peter DeRose, an arr. of music by Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov,
the Volga Boat Song, and Rachmaninoff’s Prelude in c-sharp, 1924)
+Tabloid Suite: Story of a Modern Newspaper (1933)
+Three Shades of Blue (1927)
Grokhovsky, Valery (1960- ) Russia
**Fantasia on Themes of Gershwin for Jazz Piano Trio, 3 Saxophones, and Orchestra
(by 2020)
Grokhovsky, Vyacheslav (1945- ) Russia
**Ballade and Gigue on Scottish Folk Themes for Flute, Violin, Oboe, Piano, and
Orchestra
§Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales: Suite (rec. 1996)
§Russian Caprice (rec. 1996)
**Songs and Arrangements
**Suite in the Old Style on Beatles Song themes for Flute, Oboe, Piano, and Orchestra:
Allemande and Courante
Gröninger, Tobias ( – ) Germany
**Heidelbergia (by 2015)
Groom, Lynn ( – ) USA
**Foxfire Concerto for 2 Pianos and Orchestra (by 2013)
Groot, Cor[nelius] de (1914-93) Netherlands
**Capriccio (1955)
**Minutenkonzert (1950)
**Music in a Nutshell (Suite) (1950)
Groslot, Robert (1951- ) Belgium
+Concerto (2010)
**Concerto (2010; version for piano and wind instruments)
Gross, Eric (1926-2011) Australia
§Concerto, Op. 135 (1983)
Gross, Peter Solomon (1970- ) USA
**Concerto grosso (“A Year of Seasons”) for String Orchestra and Piano (by 2019),
Autumnus: Chaconne in f-sharp
Gross, Robert (1973- ) USA
**Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments (premièred 2009)
Grosskopf, Erhard (1934- ) Germany
+Plejaden, 7 Similar Pieces, Op. 56 (2002)
+Und Bilder bessrer Zeit um unsre Seele schweben, Chamber Concerto for Piano and
11 Instruments, Op. 41 (1989-90)
Grossner, Sonja (1942-2020) England/Germany
**Concerto (“Within Reflecting Echoes”) (2008)
Grothe, Franz (1908-82) Germany
+Die Frau meiner Traüme (from the film, 1944)
+Illusion (title music from the film, 1941)
**Madame-Bovary-Melodie (from the television film, 1968)
**Medley (melodies by Grothe)
**Melodische Intermezzo
**Romanze in f
+Salzburger Geschichten (from the film, 1956)
**Valse capriccio (1951)
**Vision for Piano, Strings, Oboe, and Harp (1950; composed for the film “Vom Teufel
gejagt” [Chased by the Devil], 1950)
**Zärtliche Träumerei [Tender Reverie] for Piano, String Orchestra, and Harp (publ.
1954)
Grotsky, Denis (1983- ) Lithuanian
**Concerto da camera (2007)
Grov, Magne (1938- ) Norway
**Concerto (1977)
Grové, Stefans (1922-2014) S. Africa
**Concerto (“Bushman Prayers”) for Cello, Piano, and Orchestra (2013)
Groven, Eivind (1901-77) Norway
§Concerto No. 1, Op. 39a (1949)
Gruber, Georg Wilhelm (1729-96) Germany
+Concerto No. 1 in D (publ. 1770)
+Concerto No. 2 in F (publ. 1770)
Gruber, HK Heinz Karl “Nali” Austria
**Concerto (2014-16)
Gruber, Jean-Michel ( – ) France
Concerto No. 1 in f-sharp, Op. 40 (2002)
Grüber, Jillis (c.1997- ) Germany
+Concerto (by 2016)
Gruenberg, Louis (1884-1964) USA
+Serenade to a Beauteous Lady, Op. 37 (1934), V. “Marcia”
Gruenthal, Joseph [see Tal, Josef]
Grund, Bert (1920-92) Germany
**Divertimento (c.1965)
**Präludium from “Virginal Pieces,” Suite for Piano and Orchestra
Grundman Isla, Jorge (1961- ) Spain
+Concerto (“Toughest Decision of God”) in e for Piano and String Orchestra, Op. 63
(2018)
**Four Sad Seasons Over Madrid for Soprano, Violin, Piano, and String Orchestra
(2008)
Grunenwald, Jean-Jacques (1911-82) France
**Concert d’été for Piano and String Orchestra (1944)
**La Vérité sur Bébé Donge, main title (from Henri Decoin’s film, 1952)
Gryaznov, Vyacheslav (1982- ) Russia
**“Kalinka” Variations for 2 Pianos (Multiple Pianists) and Orchestra (by 2015)
**Paraphrase on Themes from Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” for Piano 4-Hands and
Orchestra (2012)
**Rhapsody in Black (based on themes from Gershwin’s “Porgy and Bess”; orig. for 2
pianos; 2011)
Guadalajara, Manuel (1862-1917) Venezuela
**Yo no [Nunca] te Olvidaré
Gualtieri, Richard John
**Symphonic Suite for Chamber Orchestra and Piano (orig. for clarinet and piano,
1999; expanded substantially and orchestrated 2023)
**Symphony for John Dowland for Chamber Orchestra and Piano (by 2023)
Guan Naizhong [see Kuan Nai-Chung]
Guan Xia Sha China
**Concerto No. 1 (“The Founder”) (by 2015)
Guaraldi, Vince ( – )
+Cast Your fate to the Wind
+Charlie Brown Suite
§Linus and Lucy (arr. Rich Ridenour)
Guarino, Piero (1919-91) Egypt/Italy
**Omaggio a Clementi (Divertimento) for Piano and Small Orchestra (1971)
Guarnieri, (Mozart) Camargo (1907-93) Brazil
§Chôro (1956)
§Concertino for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1961)
+Concerto No. 1 (1931)
§Concerto No. 2 (1946)
§Concerto No. 3 (1964)
§Concerto No. 4 (1967-68)
§Concerto No. 5 (1970)
§Concerto No. 6 (1987)
+Flôr de Tremembé (1937)
+Homenagem a Fructuoso Vianna for Piano and String Orchestra (1986; arr. from
Vianna’s “Sete Miniaturas” sobre temas brasileiros for piano solo, 1932)
+Seresta for Piano, String Orchestra, Timpani, Harp, and Xylophone (1965)
**Variaciones sobre un tema nordestino (1953)
Guastavino, Carlos (1912-2000) Argentina
**Las niñas for Piano, Violin, and String Orchestra (1951)
+Romance de Sante Fe (1952)
Gubaidulina, Sofiya Asgatovna (1931- ) Russia
§Introitus: Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1978)
+Poema-skazka [Fairy-tale Poem] for Orchestra with Piano (1971)
**Waltzerpass for Violin, Piano, Soprano, and Ensemble
Gubin, Sol (1928-96) USA
+Nights at Beacon Hill (Boston Concerto) (by 1963)
Gubitosi, Emilia (1877-1972) Italy
+Concerto (1917; publ. 1943)
Gudiashvili, Nikoloz Nikolay Ivanovich Georgia
+Concerto No. 4 (“Pictures of Nature” [Expanses of My Homeland]) (1961; in 4
movements: Allegro; Andante cantabile; Allegretto; Allegro), I-III only
**Concerto No. 5 (1980), III
+Triple Concerto in F for Violin, Cello, Piano, and Orchestra (1957)
Gudmundsen-Holmgreen, Pelle (1932-2016) Denmark
+Plateaux (2005)
Guðmundsson, Egill ( – ) Iceland
**Preludium for 2 Pianos, String Orchestra, and Percussion (by 2013)
Guedes Campos, Nuno (1971- ) Portugal
**Improviso sobre a incerteza for Orchestra with Piano (2003-4)
Guélis, Alain (1960- ) France
**Concerto No. 1 (“Le Maelström”) (2014/19), I-II
Guenther, Skyler
**Concerto in d (2017), I
Guernieri, Maurizio (1962- ) Italy
Missa simplex for Voices, String Orchestra, and Piano
Guerra, Alexandre (1971- ) Brazil
+Fantasia Rodin e Camille for Piano and String Orchestra (by 2021)
Guerra, John ( – ) USA
**Concerto No. 1 (2021), II
Guerra Peixe, César (1914-93) Brazil
**Pequeno [Little] Concerto (1956)
Guerrini, Guido (1890-1965) Italy
**Due tempi di Concerto (1936)
Guevara y Vázquez, Álvaro (1962- ) Mexico/USA
**Concerto (“The von Richthofen”), Op. 28, No. 1 (1991)
**Concerto (“The Napoleonic”), Op. 28, No. 2 (1992)
**Divertimento (“Batallón Los San Patricios”), Op. 30 (1995)
Guevny, Vladimir ( – )
**Piano Forte – Submersion for Piano, Oboe, Bassoon, English Horn, Horn, Violin,
Viola, Cello, and Double Bass (2017; with some string passages borrowed from
Brahms’s Violin Concerto)
Guglielmi, Pietro Alessandro (1728-1804) Italy
§6 Concerti da camera for Piano and String Orchestra, Op. 1 (originally 6 Quartets for
Harpsichord, 2 Violins, and Cello, Op. 1, 1768): No. 1 in C; No. 2 in B-flat; No. 3 in
D; No. 4 in G; No. 5 in F; No. 6 in B-flat
Guide, Richard de (1909-62) Belgium
**Concerto (“Le téméraire”), Op. 26 (1952)
Guidi Chamoun, Gerardo (1993- ) Mexico
+Concerto No. 1, Op. 30 (2015)
**Concerto No. 2, Op. 35 (2016)
Guidoni, Armando [see Ghidoni]
Guilfoyle, Ronan (1958- ) Ireland
**Concerto (2002)
Guimarães Álvares, Eduardo (1959-2013) Brazil
**Concerto No. 3 for Piano and Ensemble (2009)
**Livro Dos Seres Imaginarios
Guinet, Sylvain (1978- ) France
**Poem for Piano and String Orchestra (2010; orig. for piano and violin)
**Yuko Takamatsu (orig. for piano solo, 2014; arr. for piano and string orchestra by
Jeffrey J. Torres, by 2022)
Guinivan, Eric (1984- ) USA
**Pocket Concerto (2013)
Guinjoan, Juan (1931-2019) Spain
+Cadenza
+Concerto for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1963)
+Concerto No. 1 (1983)
**Diferencias
+Homenaje a Carmen Maya
+Magma
+Nexus
Guinovart, Albert (1962- ) Spain
**Concerto for Flute, Piano, and String Orchestra
**Concerto for Horn, Piano, and String Orchestra
+Concerto No. 1 (“Mar i Cel” [Sea and Sky]) (2008)
**Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Cobla (“Mar i Cel” [Sea and Sky]) (2008)
+Concerto No. 2 (“Traces”) (2005)
+Concerto No. 3 (“Les Mans del Vent”) orig. for piano and concert band, premièred
2010; rev. for piano and orchestra, 2019)
**Four Elements (Concerto) for Piano and Chamber Orchestra (premièred 2012), I.
Earth; II. Aire
**I Love Rhythm (arr. by Guinovart of themes by Gershwin)
**Lo mas profundo es la piel for Mezzo-soprano, Piano, Bandoneon, and Orchestra
**Rapsòdia sobre Temes de la Patum (orig. for piano and concert band, 2006; arr. for
piano and orchestra, 2012)
+Rapsòdia sobre Temes de la Patum (orig. for piano and concert band, 2006; arr. for
piano, cobla, and percussion)
**Tango Terra for Flute, Piano, and String Orchestra
Guise, Jean François de (1970- ) France
**Concerto, Op. 8, No. 14 (2017)
**Confluences for Piano, Percussion, and Orchestra, Op. 8, No. 32 (2021)
**Double Concerto for Piano, Celesta, and Orchestra, Op. 8, No. 25 (2019)
**Fantasy, Op. 8, No. 16 (2018)
**Figment, Op. 8, No. 27 (2020)
**Small Concerto, Op. 8, No. 9 (1998/2016)
**Triple Concerto for Violin, Viola, Cello, and Orchestra with Piano (2019), Op. 8, No.
26 (2019)
Guix, Josep Maria (1967- ) Catalonia/Spain
+Jardín seco for Flute/Piccolo, B-flat Clarinet, Horn, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Piano, and
2 Percussion (2014)
Gulaboff Davis, Zachary [see Davis, Zachary Gulaboff]
Gulda, Friedrich (1930-2000) Austria
§Aria (1970)
+Concertino for Players and Singers (1971)
+Concerto No. 1 Music for Piano and Band No. 1
+Concerto No. 2 Music for Piano and Band No. 2
§Concerto for Myself (Sonata concertante) (1988)
+Concerto a 4 Music for 4 Soloists and Band
§General Dance (1989)
**Variations for 2 Pianos and Big Band (1966)
Guliyev, Tofig (1917-2000) Azerbaijan
+Gaytagi (orig. for piano solo, 1958; arr. for piano and orchestra, 1980)
**Gaytagi, Dance (orig. for piano solo, 1958; arr. for 4 pianos and string orchestra)
Gullickson, Luke (1985- ) USA
**A Thousand Windows Opening (2008)
Gulomjon[ov], Kakhramon ( – ) Uzbekistan
**Concerto No. 1 in G (by 2016)
**Concerto No. 2 (by 2018)
Gulya, Robert (1973- ) Hungary
**Concerto No. 1 (1992)
+Concerto No. 2 (1997; often listed as Concerto No. 1)
Gümüş, Murat ( – ) Turkey
**Concerto (2020)
Gundlach, Andreas (1975- ) Germany
**Quartüürium (Concerto) for Synthesizer, Piano, and Orchestra (premièred 2018)
Gunge, Bo (1964- ) Denmark
+Concertino for Piano and Band (rec. 2014; shares material with the Concerto), I
**Concerto (“Franciska”) (2009), 2’ excerpt
Gunin, Lev (1956- ) Belarus
**Concerto No. 1 (1981-82)
Gunning, Christopher (1944-2023) England
§Concerto (2001)
**Hercule Poirot: The Double Clue; The Plymouyth Express (TV series, 3rd season)
Gunsenheimer, Gustav (1934- ) Germany
+Concerto No. 1 for Piano, Timpani, and String Orchestra (1975)
Gunter, H.
**Concerto No. 1 (by 2018)
Gunter, Thorsteinn (1977- ) Iceland/USA
**Overture (2015; used in Joshua Siegel’s short film “Terminal Glitch”)
Guntner, Matthias ( – )
**Divertimento (by 2021)
Guo Haonan
**Dyeing for Ensemble with Piano (by 2022)
Guo Wenjing (1956- ) China
**Concerto No. 1 (2021; dedicated to the Beijing Winter Olympics, 2022)
Guo Zhiyuan [see Kuo, Chih-Yuan]
Gurevičius, Edvinas ( – ) Lithuania
**Spring (2011)
Guridi (Bidaola), Jesús (1886-1961) Spain
§Fantasia “Homenaje a Walt Disney” (1956)
Gurilyov, Aleksandr L’vovich (1803-58) Russia
**Variations on Aleksandr Varlamov’s Romance “Do Not Wake Her at Dawn” (orig. for piano
solo, 1848)
Gurlitt, Cornelius (1820-1901) Germany
**Toy Symphony for Piano, Cello, Quail, Cuckoo, Nightingale, Triangle, Toy Trumpet,
and Drums, Op. 169
Gürsching, Albrecht (1934-2017) Germany
**Concerto No. 1 (1967)
Gurvitch, Leon (1979- ) Belarus
**Tango à la Russe (2004; version for piano and string orchestra)
Gusev, Arseny (1998- ) Russia
**Contours of Silence for Orchestra with Piano (by 2018)
Gutchë, Gene born Romeo Maximilian Eugene Ludwig Gutschë
Germany/USA
**Concerto, Op. 24 (1955)
Gutiérrez Cisneros, José Carmelo ( – ) Mexico
**Concerto (by 2002), I-II
Gutiérrez Heras, Joaquín (1927-2012) Mexico
+Divertimento (1949/80)
Gutina, Elena ( – )
**Epilogue
Guttenberger, Ferdinand Alexander ( – ) USA
**P. O. B. Galop (orig. for piano solo, publ. 1881; arr. for piano and string orchestra)
Guy, A. S. a.k.a. “ASG Music UK” United Kingdom
**Concerto for Piano and Double Orchestra (1997-2020)
Guy, Barry (1947- ) England
+Theoria (1991)
Guy, Harry P. (1870-1950) USA
**Echoes from the Snowball Club (1898)
Guyard, Christophe (1966- ) France
**Concerto baroque in C, Op. 64 (1994)
**Concerto d’Ys (1986)
**Concerto romantique, Op. 80 (c.1995)
Guyonnet, Jacques (1933-2018) Switzerland
**Ombre – A mesa mis les Ombrephontes de mer, Op. 38 (1979), excerpt
Guyvoronski, Dmitri ( – ) Russia/USA
**Gershwin Fantasy [Medley No. 1]
Guzmán Loyzaga, Daniel (1942- ) Cuba
**Concierto en 3 Momentos (premièred 2011; arr. for piano and orchestra after original
themes of Enrique Bonne Castillo)
Guzowski, Kazimierz (1933-2017) Poland
**Concerto (1981)
Guzzo, Anne Marie (1968- ) USA
**Carnival of the Microbes for Chamber Orchestra [Flute, Clarinet, Strings, Piano, and
Percussion] (premièred 2016)
Gwynn, Cameron
**Concerto in G (by 2020), I
Gyger, Elliott (1968- ) Australia
**From Joyous Leaves (a tribute to Nigel Butterley) (2015)
Gyöngyösi, Levente (1975- ) Romania/Hungary
**Concerto (2011)
Gyrowetz [Gyrowez, Gürowetz], Adalbert Jírovec, Vojtěch Matyáš
Austria/Bohemia
**Concerto No. 1 in F, Op. 26 (publ. 1796)
**Concerto No. 2 in B-flat, Op. 49 (1800)
Gyulai-Gaál, János (1924-2009) Hungary
**Concertino Concerto in One Movement
**Promenade for Concerto Band with Piano Obbligato
**Trois à Paris [Concerto No. 2]

George Gershwin Piano Concerto in F major Wang Yuja – HD

George Gershwin Piano Concerto in F major – Piano: Wang Yuja