From the recording Prelude
The Concerto #1 in E minor consists of four movements: Prelude, which is a spirited Allegro in a style reminiscent of Bach, Intermezzo, a contrastingly introspective mood with a Spanish accent, Mazurka, a Polish dance in menuetto da capo form, and an Italian Tarantella that brings the suite to a lively conclusion. The concerto is an arrangement of the first Suite for Guitar Solo , which , having been composed at age 14 is the earliest of the extant compositions by James Domine. The concerto can be performed either with string orchestra or string quartet, and is effective as an entrée in chamber music programs. This piece has been performed many times featuring the composer himself as guitar soloist.