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Symphonic music : concertos  
 

 

Symphonic music : concertos  

Op. 10 (1944)
Nocturne pour cor et petit orchestre
Duration : 4 mn 30
strings, harp (ad libitum), 1 flute, 1 oboe, 1 clarinet, 1 bassoon
First performance :

  • Concerts de Musique de Chambre de Paris
    Conductor : Fernand Oubradous
    Soloist : René Reumont

Op. 10 bis - Version for horn and piano (Editions Combre)

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score, audio

- Unpublished
- Handwritten score available in the collection managed by the Association

digital recording available


Op. 25 (1946)
Concerto pour violoncelle et orchestre (version orchestre symphonique 1944)
Duration : 20 mn
3.3.3.3. - 4.3.3.1., tymbals, drum, celesta, harp

  • Prélude
  • Grave
  • Final

First performance :

  • Orchestre National, Paris
    Conductor : Eugène Bigot
    Soloist : Jacques Neilz

Op. 25 ter - Reduction for violincello and piano

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score, audio

- Unpublished
- Handwritten score available in the collection managed by the Association

digital recording available

On YouTube...

                       

1st movement : Prélude (8mn15)          2nd movement : Grave (7mn07)          3rd movement : Final (5mn24)


Op. 25 bis (1963)
Concerto pour violoncelle et orchestre : Prélude, Cadence, Allegro, Adagio, Allegro final
(version for chamber orchestra)
Duration : 20 mn
2 flutes, 1 oboe, 1 tenor oboe, 1 clarinet, 1 bassoon, 2 horns, 1 trumpet, 1 trombone, tymbals, drums, celesta, 1 harp, string quartet.
First performance :

  • Orchestre Radio-Symphonique, Paris
    Conductor : Tony Aubin
    Soloist : André Rémond

Score dated : December 24th, 1958

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score, audio

- Unpublished
- Handwritten score available in the collection managed by the Association

digital recording available


Op. 32 (1947)
Sonate pour cor et 14 instruments
Duration : 10 mn
2 flutes, 1 B-flat clarinet, 1 B-flat bass clarinet, 1 B-flat soprano saxophone, 1 E-flat alto saxophone, 1 B-flat tenor saxophone, 1 trumpet, 1 trombon, 1 tuba, celesta, 2 harps, 1 hangged cymbal
First performance :

  • Concerts de Musique de Chambre, Paris
    Soloist : Jean Devemy
    Conductor : Fernand Oubradous

Dedication : à l'artiste et ami Jean Devemy, mon admiration en toute cordialité, Paris le 31 octobre 1948

Op. 32 bis - Version for horn and piano

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score

- Unpublished
- Handwritten score available in the collection managed by the Association


Op. 64 (1953)
Concertino pour contrebasse et orchestre
Duration : 12 mn

2 flutes (1 piccolo), 1 oboe, 2 B-flat clarinets, 1 bassoon, 2 horns in F, 1 trumpet in C, 6 altos, 4 cellos, 2 double bass, tymbals, piano

First performance :

Dedication : à Henry Moreau qui en a donné la première audition le 15 février 1953 et à mes collègues de l'Opéra MM. Gaston Logerot (soliste), Alfred Gontier, Etienne Bonnand, Alexandre Charles, Ennemond Barthelemy, Jacques Cazauran et Paul Amat.

  • Concerts de Musique de Chambre de Paris
    Soloist : Henry Moreau
    Conductor : André Amellér
    February 15th, 1953

Op. 64 bis - Concertino for double bass and piano

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score

- Unpublished
- Handwritten score available in the collection managed by the Association


Op. 69 (1952)
Tuba-concert
for tuba in C or B-flat bass saxhorn and orchestra
Duration : 7 mn
2 flutes (1 piccolo), 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 1 bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, 1 contra-bassoon, 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombons, tymbals, cymbal, big drum

Op. 69 bis - Tuba-concert for tuba in C or B-flat saxhorn and piano

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score

Editions Eschig, Paris


Op. 82 (1955)
Alborada para la fiesta de las flores (Aubade pour la fête des fleurs)
for piano and orchestre

Order from the French State 1955

Duration : approx. 18 mn
2.2.2.2. - 2.2.2., timpani, drums

  • Vivo
  • Lento espressivo
  • Final

First performance :

  • Orchestre Philarmonique de Lisbonne
    Conductor : André Amellér
    Soloist : Angeles Presutto da Gama
    Lisbonne, December 11th, 1955

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score, audio

Op. 82 bis - Reduction for the piano

- Unpublished
- Handwritten score available in the collection managed by the Association

digital recording available

On YouTube...

       

1st movement : Vivo (5mn04)          2nd and 3rd movements : Lento espressivo et final (14mn29)


Op. 112 (1957)
Suite concertante
for oboe and string orchestra
Duration : 10 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre symphonique de Skopje, Yougoslavie
    Soloist : M. Davidovski
  • Orchestre Radio-symphonique FR3
    Conductor : Pol Mule
    Soloist : René Daraux

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score (oboe and piano), audio

Editions Alphonse Leduc
Remark : orchestra material available rented only.

Op. 112 bis - Version for oboe and piano

digital recording available : Amaa05 Orchestre Radio Suisse Romande ; December 30th, 1976

digital recording available : Amaa10 Ensemble instrumental Vibrations, Conductor : Nicolas Simon, Oboe : Jonathan Mauch, Paris, May 16th, 2002


Op. 125 (1959)
Concertino pour saxophone alto mi b et orchestre à cordes avec flûte obligée
Duration : approx. 17 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre de Reims
    Conductor : Jacques Murgier
    Soloist : Jean-Marie Londeix

Dedication : au virtuose, au professeur, à mon ami Jean-Marie Londeix

Score dated : October 1st, 1959

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score, audio

Editions Combre, Paris

Version for saxophone and piano

digital recording available : Amaa04 Orchestre Radio Suisse Romande : Jean-Marie Londeix (saxophone)

digital recording available : Amaa13 From YouTube : Jean-Marie Londeix (saxophone)

Available on YouTube :

Version for saxophone and string orchestra
Saxophone : Jean-Marie Londeix



Op. 178 (1967)
Kontrabassolo
for double bass and wind orchestra
Duration : 7 mn

2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, 1 trombone, 1 tuba, piano, tamtam, big drum, light drum, tymbals, 2 double bass (one with 5 strings)

Op. 178 bis - Reduction for double bass and piano

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score, audio

Editions Alphonse Leduc

digital recording available


Op. 233 (1976)
Fantaisie concertante pour trio d'anches et orchestre à cordes
Duration : 13 mn 30
First performance :

  • Festival Occitan de Béziers
    Orchestre : Soloists de Paris
    Conductor : Jean Barthe
    Soloists : Trio d'anches de Dijon

Score dated : Le Rondon le 23 août 1976

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score, audio

- Unpublished
- Handwritten score available in the collection managed by the Association

digital recording available


Op. 263 (1981)
Adagio for violin and wind orchestra
Duration : 13 mn
1 piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 B-flat clarinets, 1 B-flat bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, 1 contra-bassoon (ad libitum), 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, 1 tuba, 1 double basse, tymbals, cymbale
First performance :

  • Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, Dijon
    April 1st, 1981
    Conductor : André Amellér
    Soloist : Georges Arellano

Dedication : Cordialement à Georges Arellano

Op. 263 bis - Reduction for violin and piano (Editions Delatour)

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score, audio

- Unpublished
- Handwritten score available in the collection managed by the Association

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digital recording available : Amaa02 Violin : Georges Arellano ; Orchestre de la Société des concerts du conservatoire ; Conductor : André Amellér ; Dijon, April 1st, 1981

digital recording available : Amaa21 Violin : Raphaëlle Desgraviers ; Orchestre d'harmonie de Saint-Claude ; Conductor : André Amellér ; Saint-Claude (Jura) ; May 31st, 1985

Videos on YouTube :


Op. 263 (1981) - Adagio pour violon et piano
Violin : Julien Bouclier
Piano : Margarita Marsoubian


Op. 263 (1981) - Adagio pour violon et piano
(with score edited by Editions Delatour)
Violin : Raphaëlle Desgraviers
Piano : Pascal Martin


Op. 368 (1986)
Fantaisie pour 2 guitares et orchestre à cordes

Duration : 13 mn
First performance :

  • Concert en hommage à André Amellér, 12 octobre 2003
    Salle Rossini, Mairie du 9ème arrondissement, Paris
    Ensemble Instrumental Vibrations
    Conductor : Nicolas Simon
    Soloists : Thomas Minaux et Nicolas Tzortzis

Op. 368 bis - Fantaisie pour 2 guitares et orchestre à cordes (Reduction for 2 guitars and piano)

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score, audio

- Unpublished
- Handwritten score available in the collection managed by the Association

digital recording available


Op. 369 (1986)
Concerto for trumpet and orchestra
Duration : 13 mn 30

2 flutes, 1 oboe, 2 clarinets, 1 bassoon, 1 horn, 1 trombone, tymbals, celesta, cymbale, light drum and strings

  • 1. Ritmico
  • 2. Adagio
  • 3. Giocoso

Referenced in the Multi-media library of our Association : score

Editions Combre, Paris (for score rental)

Op. 369 bis - Concerto for trumpet and orchestra (Reduction for trumpet and piano).

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