Joseph Petric (All CD's priced at $15.50)

"...brilliantly comic and macabre at the same time…Petric's performance was superb, an experience which will not soon be forgotten..." - Washington Post

  A Victorian Romance 2011 - ASTRILA RECORDS


  Elektrologos 2010 - CONACCORD RECORDS


  18 Sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti 2009 - ASTRILA RECORDS

An explosion of accordion and modernism.

  J. S. Bach : 6 Trio Sonatas 2005 - AIR RECORDS

Joseph Petric plays an accordion of his own design built and engineered by luthier Leo Niemi. It is tuned to A-440, with the exception of the left hand’s lowest octave which begins at A-438, rising incrementally through the first octave.

  Rameau : Dialogues and Illuminations 2005 - AIR RECORDS

The first CD release by an accordionist of the works of JP Rameau. It includes selections from all Rameau’s collections from 1706 until 1747. Total duration is 78 minutes.

  The Orbiting Garden 2002 - CENTREDISCS

JUNO Nomination 2003

  Bach : Suites, Sonatas, Airs & Dances 2001 - ANALEKTA

The first solo accordion album to feature Bach father and son on one disc, this CD explores ironic engagement with the past while illuminating the familial contributions over a 20 year period in the 18th century.

  Redemption : Peter Paul Koprowski Concerti 2001 - CBC SM5000

Three concertos by Canadian composer Peter Paul Koprowski. The Accordion Concerto, written for Petric and recorded with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra is the first postmodern intertextual accordion concerto in the repertoire, meeting head on the challenge of the accordion and the concerto ideal in music after modernism

  Bellows & Brass ... and Boyd 2001 - SPRINGDALE

An album featuring the postmodern ensemble Bellows and Brass (Few, Petric, Trudel) in a tribute to Canadian composer Boyd McDonald's contributions for the accordion, trombone, trumpet and piano repertoire.

  Procession 1991- CBC MUSIC VIVA

The music of Marjan Mozetich, including Dance of the Blind, a work for string trio and accordion, commissioned by CBC Radio for Joseph Petric. A postmodern blend of minimalism, Shostakovian whimsy, and the accordion's evocative colours

  Padre Anotonio Soler - Nine Sonatas 1999 - ANALEKTA

Nine sonatas by the irrepressible Spanish priest from his collection of sonatas from the Monserrat Abbey. The first collection of recorded works by Soler with accordion, these dazzling sonatas are imbued with new life in transcriptions by Petric.

  Gems 1991 - ConAccord

Petric's first CD featuring works for live computer and accordion, and chamber works by Peter Hatch, Christos Hatzis, Hosokawa, Foley, and Hambraeus.

  Euphonia - Solo works by women composers 2005 - AIR RECORDS

Solo works for accordion by Canadian women composers Micheline Roi, Rose Bolton, Jocelyn Morlock, and Linda C Smith. American composer Janika Vandervelde's work Klucevsek's Web completes the CD.

  Catbird Seat 1991 - TRAPPIST

The Canadian Electronic Ensemble presents solo and ensemble works. The work features accordion soloist in front of the CEE.

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