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Symphonic music : orchestra  

Op. 11
Variations sur un chant de la Lorraine
for symphony orchestra

Version reduced for piano duet (handwritten score dated 1942).

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

- Unpublished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


Op. 12 (1944)
Evocations (Psaume 136)
baryton, choir, organ and orchestra (strings + 2.2., tenor oboe, 2.2.4.3.3.1., tymbals, cymbale, harp)
First performance :

  • Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, Dijon
    Performed by :
    • Ensemble Joseph Samson,
    • André Fleury (orgue)
  • Conductors : André Amellér et J. F. Samson

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

- Unpublished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


Op. 13 (1946)
Chanson de Noël
for instrumental group

Duration: 3 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre de la RTF Bordeaux
    Conductor : Lucien Mora

Reduced version for clarinet and piano : "Douce chanson"

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- Unpublished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. 31 (1947)
Esquisses pour le théâtre

3.3.3.3. - 4.4.3.1. piano, glock, timpani and drums

Handwritten score dated : Paris, January 2nd, 1947

Duration: 10 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre des Concerts Colonne, Paris
    March 17th, 1947
    Conductor : Paul Paray

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- Unpublished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. 34 (1948)
Symphonie

3.3.3.3. - 3.3.3.1. cymbal, glock, 2 harps, celesta

Dedication : à la mémoire du Général Leclerc, Libérateur de Paris
Score dated December 1947

Duration: 25 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire de Dijon
    Conductor : André Amellér

Reduced version for the piano

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

- Unpublished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


Op. 42 (1955)
Danse de Séléné (suite symphonique)

2.2.2.1. - 2.2. timpani, harp, drums, keyboards

Duration: 15 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre de Toulouse
    Conductor : Jean Clergue

- Reduction for the piano available
- Version for orchestra (ballet)

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. 45 (1949)
La Légende du Rhin
Ballet en 2 tableaux. Argument de Pélissane.

orchestra :
3.3.3.2. - 4.4.3.1. timpani, drum, xylophone, triangle, castanets, tambour basque, light drum, hanged cymbal, tom-tom, glock, cymbal, harp

Duration: 15 - 18 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre des Concerts Lamoureux, Paris
    Conductor : André Amellér
  • Orchestre des Concerts Colonne, Paris
    Conductor : Robert Blot

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


Op. 49 (1950)
Triptyque symphonique : Prélude, Divertissement, Interlude

3.3.3.3. - 4.4.3.1. timpani, drum, drums, harp

Duration: 15 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre des Concerts Pasdeloup, Paris
    Conductor : Pierre Dervaux

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

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


Op. 55 (1951)
Sampiero Corso (overture)

3.3.3.3. - 4.4.3.1. drums

Duration: 9 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre de la Société des Concerts, Paris
    Conductor : André Cluytens

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


Op. 72 (1952)
Annapurna (poème symphonique)
Duration : 15 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre Radio Symphonique de Paris, September 23rd, 1956
    Conductor : Eugène Bigot

Dedication : à Maurice Herzog et à ses compagnons

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

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

digital recording available : Amaa01 January 17th, 1965

digital recording available : Amaa21 September 23rd, 1956 ; Conductor : Eugène Bigot


Op. 83 (1950)
Hyrjoe le Joueur de Lvikko (poème symphonique)

2.2.2.2. - 4.2.3.1. timpani, harp, drums, keyboards

Duration: 13 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre de la Société des Concerts, Paris
    Conductor : Robert Blot

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

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

digital recording available


Op. 85 (1954)
La Moresca (suite de danses sur des thèmes corses)

3.3.3.3. - 4.4.3.1. timpani, drums

Duration: 14 mn
First performance :

  • Grand orchestre symphonique de Liège
    Conductor : Charles Bartsch
  • Orchestre de la Radiodiffusion Belge, Bruxelles

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. 86 (1954)
Histoire d'un merle blanc
Argument of fairy-ballet, after a story by Alfred de Musset.
Score by André Amellér.
Scenario and cutting by Pierre Descaves and Pierre Rolland.

Fairy-ballet in 3 scenes :
- The scenes 1 and 2 are also used by "Les oiseaux du Vieux Paris"
- The scene 3 is the final of "l'histoire d'un merle blanc"

Score dated of 1953.

Reduced version for piano.

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

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


Op. 91 bis (1955)
Illustration musicale pour présentation des instruments

4 violins, 2 altos, 2 violincellos, 1 double bass, 1 flute, 1 piccolo, 1 oboe, 2 clarinets, 1 bassoon, 1 trumpet, 1 trombone, 3 horns, 1 saxophone, timbales, drum, basque drum, triangle, cymbale, hangged cymbale.

Handwritten score dated : January 8th, 1955

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

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


Op. 92 bis (1955)
Le Temple de Gloire de Jean-Philippe Rameau
Ouverture
Transcription and orchestral realisation

Tablature : 1 small flute, 2 large flutes, 2 oboes, 2 bassoons, 2 (4 horns ad libitum), 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, timpani, string quintet.

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

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


Op. 106 (1957)
A quoi rêvent les jeunes filles (ouverture)
Ouverture, Divertissement, Sérénade
Theater music for a play by Alfred de Musset

2.2.2.1., 1 bassoon, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani and strings

Duration: 7 mn (Ouverture)
First performance :

  • Radio Lille, France
    Conductor : Victor Clowez

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


Available on YouTube
Saint-Claude symphonic orchestra (Jura - France)
Conductor : Bernard Dupaquier


Op. ??? (????)
Pintade sacrée
(Conte sénégalais)
for saxophone and orchestra

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

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

digital recording available


Op. 124 (1958)
Les oiseaux du Vieux Paris
Musical story for orchestra and men choir ad libitum
Duration : 20 mn

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

Reduced version for piano.

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


Op. 181 (1970)
Hétérodoxes
4 mouvements : Oaradya, Areko-Arba, Triggiki, Namahito-Dro

2 flutes, 2 trumpets, string quartet, string orchestra and percussion

Duration: 25 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre des Concerts Symphoniques de Musique de Chambre de Paris
    Conductor : Robert Blot
  • Orchestre symphonique de Lahti, Finlande
    Conductor : André Amellér

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

Editions Transatlantiques, Paris

digital recording available


Op. 204 (1973)
Dentelles et Broderies Valencianes (Puntillas y Bordados Valencianos)
en 4 parties

2 flutes, (1 piccolo), 2 oboes, (1 tenor oboe), 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 1 saxo alto, 2 trumpets, harp, timpani, bells, percussion and strings

Dedication : à ma femme.

Duration: 20 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre de la Société des Concerts, Dijon
    November 13th, 1974
    Conductor : André Amellér

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

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


Op. 237 (1977)
Mélodie pour elle (Poème symphonique)

2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 bassoons, 1 contra-bassoon, 1 bass clarinet, 2 clarinets, 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, 1 tuba, timpani, celesta or timbre + rossignol and strings

Duration: 17 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, Dijon
    January 11th, 1978
    Conductor : André Amellér

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

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

digital recording available


Op. 256 (1979)
Trois moments musicaux

1 piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboe, 1 tenor oboe, 2 clarinets, 1 bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, 1 tuba, timpani, tom-tom, 4 gongs, cymbal, bass drum, drum, hanged light cymbale, xylophone and strings

Duration: 17 mn
First performance :

  • Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, Dijon
    March 14th, 1979
    Conductor : André Amellér

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

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