American Double's Current Repertoire

The American Double strives to offer its audiences an interesting and diverse choice of repertoire. In addition to standard works, we also perform works by other well-established composers whose names may be less familiar, such as Quincy Porter or William Bolcom. While these composers may not be household names, their music is consistently of the highest level, featuring a compelling mix of emotional depth and a challenging yet accessible musical language. Moreover, we feel that performing these works alongside the “standard” masterworks has a refreshing impact on these more familiar classics.

We invite you to explore our current repertoire below. Program notes and biographical information for many of the works can be viewed by clicking the looking glass icon next to the composer's name or composition or visiting the Program Notes page. For certain works, you may find a sample of a recording or performance in the Sights&Sounds section. For a list of all of the works in our repertoire, go to the complete repertoire page.


Short Works

Tchaikovsky, P.
  • Melodie, op. 42, no. 3
Debussy, C.
  • En Bateau (“On a Boat”), arr. Choisnel
  • La fille aux cheveux de lin (“Girl with the Flaxen Hair”), arr. Roques
  • La Plus que lent, arr. Roques
Kreisler, F.
  • Liebesfreud (“Love’s Joy”)
  • Liebesleid (“Love’s Sorrow”)
  • Melodie
  • Tempo di Minuetto (In the Style of Pugnani)
Massenet, J.
  • Meditation, from Thais, trans. Marsick

Concert Works

Bolcom, W.
  • Graceful Ghost Rag (1979)
  • Fancy Tales (1972)
  • Duo Fantasy (1973)
  • Sonatina (1958)
  • Pastorale (1961)
Brahms, J.
  • Sonatensatz op. post.

Sonatas

Beethoven, L.v.
  • Sonata in G, op. 30, no. 3
Bolcom, W.
  • First Sonata (1956/’84)
  • Second Sonata (1978)
  • Third Sonata, “Sonata Stramba” (1992)
  • Fourth Sonata (1994)
Franck, C.
  • Sonata in A
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