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Stage music : theater  

Op. 5 (1946)
Mala
Theater music
First performance :

  • Théâtre de Rochefort, june 1946

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

- Unpublished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


Op. 43 (1947)
La Sonate du Diable (Tartini)

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- Unpublished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, Divertissement, Sérénade
Theater music for a play by Alfred de Musset

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

Duration : approx. 22 mn
First performance :

  • Théâtre de Dijon pour le 100ème anniversaire de la mort du poète
    May 22th, 1957
    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- Unpublished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


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


Op. 131 (1960)
Le Prince travesti
Musique de scène orchestrale pour la pièce de Marivaux

See also : Op. 131 bis - Le Prince travesti - Divertissement dansé

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

- Unpublished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


Op. 131 bis (1960)
Le Prince travesti - Divertissement dansé
Musique de scène orchestrale pour la pièce de Marivaux

  • I - Menuet large
  • II - Gavotte
  • III - Légèrement, assez vif

See also : Op. 131 - Le Prince travesti

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

- Unpublished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


Op. 417 (1961)
Le timide du palais
Theater music for a comedy by Tirso de Molina

Score signed and dated : Pirmasens Pfalz (1er avril 1961)

First performance :

  • Lycée Carnot, Dijon

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

- Unpublished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


Op. 419 (1961-1962)
Le Malade Imaginaire
Theater music for a play by Molière
afters Marc Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704)

Transcription by André Amellér

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

- Unpublished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


Op. 153 (1963)
Ubu-Roi
Theater music
First performance :

  • Stuttgart, Germany, 1963
    (Paul Vasil)

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

See also in "Stage music : puppet theater"

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

digital recording available


Op. 165 (1967)
Les jumeaux de Bergame
Theater music for a work by Jean Pierre Claris de Florian

Score signed and dated : Paris, 2 janvier 1967

  • Prélude for harpsichord
  • Scène I for harpsichord
  • Scène V for voice and guitar (missing score ?)
  • Scène IX for harpsichord
  • Scène XII for flute solo
  • Scène XIII et XIV for voice and guitar (missing score ?)
  • Scène finale : Vaudeville, voice quatuor and guitar (missing score ?)

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

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


Op. 418 (1971)
Le Barbier de Séville
Theater music for a comedy by Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais

Score dated : 1971
Duration : 10 à 12 mn

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

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


Op. 205 (1973)
Trois entrées et postlude
for the theater of Molière
for winds group and percussion
(2 horns, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, 1 tuba, timpani and percussion)

Duration : 6 mn
First performance :

  • Solistes de la Société des Concerts, Dijon, Tricentenaire de Molière (1973)

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

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


Op. 212 bis (1974)
La Florentine
Theater music for the work by Jean Canolle
(after "La Mandragora" by Niccolo Machaviel)
First performance :

  • 1974
    Conductor : André Amellér

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

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

digital recording available

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