Publications

“The premiere duo in the field today.”
American Record Guide

In Progress:
The Castellani Andriaccio Duo Collection
Concert arrangements for two guitars by Joanne Castellani and Michael Andriaccio.
Works by Handel, Scarlatti, Dowland,Albeniz, Granados, Nazareth, Europe-Dabney and Matos-Rodriguez.
Mel Bay Publications, Inc. MB31023
Many works recorded by the Castellani Andriaccio Duo on Fleur de Son Classsics, Ltd.

Bach, Johann Sebastian:
“Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring from Cantata BWV 147,Her und Mund und Tat und Leben, 1987.
Arranged for two guitars by Mary Jo Disler
Fingered by Joanne Castellani and Michael Andriaccio
Lyra House Music Publications
Recorded by the Castellani Andriaccio Duo on Fleur de Son Classics FDS 57966

Franck, César:
Prelude Fugue and Variation Opus 18.
Arranged for two guitars by Matanya Ophee. Dedicated to Joanne Castellani and Michael Andriaccio.
Editions Orphee, 1981

Gallés, José:
Sonata in E minor, 1977.
Transcribed for two guitars by Joanne Castellani and Michael Andriaccio
Oxford University Press

Padowetz Johann:
Concert Variations on the Carnival of Venice, 1984.
Edited by Joanne Castellani and Michael Andriaccio.
Editions Orphee

Sierra, Roberto:
“Of Discoveries”, Concerto for Two Guitars and Orchestra, 1992.
Commissioned by Joanne Castellani and Michael Andriaccio
Subito Music Publishing
Recorded by the Castellani Andriaccio Duo on Fleur de Son Classics FDS 57921

Sierra, Roberto:
“Fantasia Corelliana”, Concerto for Two Guitars and Orchestra, 1999.
Commissioned by Joanne Castellani and Michael Andriaccio
Subito Music Publishing
Recorded by the Castellani Andriaccio Duo on Fleur de Son Classics FDS 57952

Colina, Michael:
“Goyescana”, Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra, 2010.
Edited by Michael Andriaccio
Bill Holab Music, Inc.
Recorded by Michael Andriaccio with the London Symphony Orchestra, Ira Levine, conductor. Fleur de Son Classics, Ltd. FDS 57999

From Soundboard Magazine, March 2020
MY OTHER ART

By Michael Andriaccio

From birth, I had the great fortune to be exposed to music and art. They were the air that I breathed. I was the youngest in a musical family. My parents were both accomplished musicians and my older sister, Diane, studied piano for many years. I would sit on the floor under our grand piano as my mother would coach my sister on the keyboard, preparing her for her lessons. I chose my lineage well! My grandfather’s name was Michelangelo Andriaccio, and my father was Angelo Andriaccio—a truly gifted musician who played the vibes for a stint with Tommy Dorsey.