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Piano solo  

Op. 29 (1946)
Invention à deux voix
for harpsichord or piano
First performance :

Dedication : Pour Madame la Comtesse de Lacour

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

- Unpublished
- Score available in the Multi-media library of our Association
- Handwritten score available in the collection managed by the Association


Op. 34 (1948)
Symphonie

Reduced version for the piano

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

Version for symphony orchestra

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

- Unpublished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


Op. 40 (1948 and 1969)
Suite pour claviers dans le style ancien pour clavecin, orgue ou piano
Suite for keyboards in ancient style for harpsichord, organ or piano

- Version dated September 1948
- Version 1969

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- Unpublished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
Ballet en 1 tableau. Argument de Pélissane
Reduction for the piano

Duration : 20 mn
First performance :

  • Théâtre de Dijon.
    Conductor : Jef de Murel
    Dancers : Monique Dornier, Henri Borg

- See also version for orchestra (ballet)
- See also version for orchestra (suite symphonique)

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

- Unpublished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


Op. 47 (1949)
Danse de la balle

- Unpublished
- Missing score


Op. 54 (1950)
Sonatine en sol

1st part : Allegro et sciolto
2nd part : Languido
3rd part : Vivace

First performance :

  • Radiodiffusion (1950) ; Performed by : Gisèle Kuhn

Work imposed in the year 2000 on the International Competition Jean-Sébastien Bach.

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

Editions Combre, Paris

digital recording available : Amaa13 - Françoise Ruston (1959 or 1960 - 2nd part and final)

digital recording available : Amaa18 - Hélène Jeanney (1985 - 3 parts)

digital recording available : Amaa19 - Gisèle Kuhn (1955 - 3 parts)


Op. 61 (1952)
Prélude

- Unpublished
- Missing score


Op. 62 (1953)
Promenade

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

Editions Combre, Paris


Op. 63 (1952)
Dorédosila

- Unpublished
- Missing score


Op. 65 (1953)
Ou Pastourello

Les contemporains
Quatrième recueil
Pièces faciles et de moyenne difficulté pour le piano
collationnées et annotées par Lucette Descaves

  • Seule dans la forêt (Germaine Tailleferre)
  • Primevère (Henri Martelli)
  • Baby-Rumba (Marcel Bitsch)
  • Instantané (Ivan K. Semenoff)
  • Ou Pastourello (André Amellér)
  • Parade des crapauds (Jean Clergue)
  • Ballerine (Robert Planel)
  • En se lèchant les doigts (Samson François)
  • A trois temps (Germaine de Jouvenel)
  • Baby-Be-Bop (Pierre Dervaux)
  • A la manière... d'un violon (Raymond Loucheur)
  • Polka des souris (Georges Dandelot)
  • Mazurka (Louis Beydts)
  • Hommage à Gabriel Fauré (Amable Massis)
  • Galéjade (Claude Delvincourt)

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

Pierre Noël, Editeur, Paris


Op. 71 (1953)
Rondeau du dresseur de pies
in Deuxième recueil : Musique et musiciens d'aujourd'hui : Scènes de cirque

  • Les chiens savants dont l'exercice (M. Vaubourgoin)
  • Valse pour le funambule (G. Tailleferre)
  • Le ouistiti fait du trapèze (A. Borchard)
  • Entrée des clowns (L. Wurmser)
  • Haute école (J.-A. Petit)
  • Rondeau du dresseur de pies (A. Amellér)
  • Madame éléphante danse (E. Passani)
  • Pepito et Pepita équilibristes espagnols (J. Chailley)
  • Danse de Baby l'acrobate (S. Plé)
  • Facéties de clowns (A. Weber)

Handwritten scores dated : December 10th, 1952 and December 29th, 1952.

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

Editions Philippo / Editions Combre

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.

Reduced version for piano (1st and 2nd scenes)

Score of the 1st scene dated February 1953.

Version for orchestra.

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

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


Op. 122 (1959)
Silves
Dedicaced to : Gisèle Kuhn

Handwritten score dated March 31st and April 1st, 1959.

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

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


Op. 124 (1958)
Les oiseaux du Vieux Paris
Musical story orchestra et men choir ad libitum

Reduced version for the piano.

Durée : 20 mn

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

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


Op. 139 bis (1962)
L'inconnue de la Seine
Ballet in 3 scenes
Reduction for the piano

See also version for orchestra in "Ballets"

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. 140 bis (1960)
Rythmus

Handwritten score dated : April 5th, 1960.

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

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


Op. 158 (1965)
Enjouement
Duration : 1 mn 45

Handwritten score dated : September 18th, 1964

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

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


Op. 160 (1965)
Rondino
in Nouveaux musiciens : volume II

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

Editions Choudens, Paris


Op. 166 (1966)
Airs hétérogènes
for harmony orchestra

Reduction for the piano
(3 pieces on 5)

  • Air marin
  • Air désinvolte
  • Air et canon à boire

Version for harmony orchestra (Editions Molenaar's, Wormerveer - NL)

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

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


Op. 169 (1967)
Bienvenue en Bourgogne - Marche solennelle
for harmony orchestra

Reduction for piano solo.

The "Marche solennelle" was originally composed for the opening ceremony of the Xth Olympic Winter Games in Grenoble in 1968. Not selected, the work has been renamed "Bienvenue en Bourgogne" by the composer.
Two reductions are available : for piano solo and for piano for four hands.

- Version for harmony orchestra
- Reduction for piano for four hands

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

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


Op. 184 (1970)
Fleurs d'amandier
Pièce facile

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

Editions Combre, Paris


Op. 185 (1970)
Montréal (Série Belle Province)
First performance :

  • Barcelone ; Performed by : Michel Peus

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

Editions Alphonse Leduc

digital recording available


Op. 244 (1977)
Croquignoles (2ème suite)
5 pièces pour formations de jeunes

Reduction for the piano

  • Mazurka
  • Tempête
  • Mélancolie
  • Pulsion
  • Final

Version for harmony orchestra (Editions Choudens)

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

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


Op. 251 (1978)
El vano
Duration : 2 mn 30
First performance :

  • Barcelone, 18 Dec. 1978 ; Performed by : Michel Peus

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. 286 (1981)
Divertimento "Ludus Parisiensis"
reduced version for the piano

  • Allant
  • Allegretto
  • Dolce espressivo
  • Assai lento
  • Amabile leggiero
  • Adage
  • Vivace

- Reduction in C
- Reduction in B-flat

Duration : 15 mn

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

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

Version for harmony orchestra (published by Editions Molenaar's, Wormerveer (NL))


Op. 299 (1982)
Oiseaux des bois - Fauvette
Duration : 1 mn 30

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

Editions Combre, Paris


Op. 300 (1982)
Oiseaux des bois - Rossignolet
Duration : 1 mn 15

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

Editions Combre, Paris


Op. 301 (1982)
Santa di Roma - Ode à Sainte Cécile
version reduced for the piano
Duration : 4 mn 15

Version for harmony orchestra (published by the Editions Robert Martin)

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

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


Op. 343 (1984)
Les Girelles
Reduction for the piano of the Adagio espressivo
Duration : 1 mn 30

Full version for harmony orchestra

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

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


Op. 350 (1984)
Facettes
for saxophone quartet
Reduced version for the piano

  • Prélude
  • Fughetto
  • Adagio
  • Scherzo

Duration : 8 mn 45

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

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


Op. 360 (1984)
Danses pour Diane
for harmony orchestra

Reduced version for the piano (with light drum, military drum, timpani, tambourine and string double bass)

Duration : 9 mn
Level : 3rd division

  • I - Vif
  • II - Lent
  • III - Tempo di Sicilienna
  • IV - Modéré
  • V - Vivo
  • VI - Gracieusement
  • VII - Vif

Version for harmony orchestra

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

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


Op. 362 (1984)
C'est la fête chez nous
for harmony orchestra

Reduced version for the piano (with percussion, trumpet and trombone)

Duration : 10 mn
Level : 2nd division

Version for harmony orchestra

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

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

 

Piano for four hands  

Op. 169 (1967)
Bienvenue en Bourgogne - Marche solennelle
for harmony orchestra

Reduction for the piano with four hands.

The "Marche solennelle" was originally composed for the opening ceremony of the Xth Olympic Winter Games in Grenoble in 1968. Not selected, the work has been renamed "Bienvenue en Bourgogne" by the composer.
Two reductions are available : for piano solo and for piano for four hands.

- Version for harmony orchestra
- Reduction for piano solo

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

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


 

Piano duet  

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

Version for symphony orchestra.

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

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


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