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Honegger Arthur

(10. 03. 1892 - 27. 11. 1955)

Honegger Arthur
Honegger Arthur


Biography
Arthur Honegger was born 10 March, 1892 in Le Havre (France) and died on 27 November, 1955 in Paris. He was born the son of the tradesman Arthur Honegger (1851-1922) and his wife Julie Ulrich (1859-1922), both from the canton of Zurich. Honegger grew up in France after his parents emigrated to a Swiss colony in Le Havre where his father became a successful importer of coffee. The family returned, however, to their native Switzerland in 1913. Honegger was an official citizen of Switzerland and of the canton of Zurich where he became resident in 1919. He received violin lessons from professor Santreuil and was instructed in harmony by the organist Robert-Charles Martin early on. His first ambitious works remain chiefly unfinished, examples include the operas 'Philippa' and 'Sigismond', sonatas and the 'Oratorio du Calvaire'.

Honegger not only spent each summer in Zurich but also lived there between the months of September 1909 and June 1911. He attended Zurich conservatory during this time and received instruction from Willem de Boer (1885-1962) on the violin, Lothar Kempter (1844-1918) in music theory and Friedrich Hegar (1841-1927) in composition. The first work to be presented for publication through the Desforges Publishers in Le Havre was the 1910 composed 'Trois pièces' for piano. From 1911 onwards Honegger studied counterpoint under André Gédalge (1856-1926) and violin under Lucien Capet (1873-1928) at the conservatory in Paris. During his first years there the young Honegger commuted between Le Havre and Paris before finally settling in Paris in 1913. Between 1911 and 1917 he became acquainted with the members of the future 'Groupe des Six': Darius Milhaud (1892-1974), Germaine Tailleferre (1892-1983), Georges Auric (1899-1983), Francis Poulenc (1899-1963), Erik Satie (1866-1925) and Louis Durey (1888-1979). He met Jean Cocteau (1889-1963), the literary head of the group, in 1917. Honegger returned to Paris in the Autumn of 1915 following an extended period in Switzerland during which he completed his obligatory military service. From then on he attended the composition class of Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937), studied conducting under Vincent d'Indy (1851-1931) and music history with Maurice Emmanuel (1862-1938). At that time he also met the pianist Andrée Vaurabourg (1894-1980) whom he befriended, implemented concerts with and later, in 1926, married. Honegger caused a scandal in December 1918 with the scenic piece 'Le Dit des jeux du monde' in cooperation with poet Paul Méral and performed at the Parisian 'Théatre du Vieux-Colombier'.

Honegger concretised his unification with the 'Groupe des Six' following his graduation from the conservatory in 1918. A joint concert in Paris on January 8, 1920, and an article published in the magazine 'Comoedia' by Henri Collet established the 'Groupe des Six'. In January 1920 Honegger composed the piano piece 'Sarabande' for the 'Album des Six'. A new aesthetic of simplicity was primarily conceived in Cocteau's 'Le Coq et l'Arlequin' which was, however, not accepted by all members of the group. There is no single common musical language which can be elicited from the 'Groupe des Six', it was rather more a group of friends with individual artistic notions. Indeed Honegger saw himself as the Beethoven - Brahms successor and hence looked upon the 'musique d'ameublement' of Erik Satie as having little meaning.

Honegger broke onto the international scene with his biblical drama 'Le Roi David' (1921), commissioned by the poet Réne Morax (1873-1963) it was world premiered on June 11, 1921, at the 'Théâtre du Jorat' in Mézières. Werner Reinhart (1884-1951), a musician from Winterthur, was a generous patron of the theatre and became a friend of Honegger at that time. Honegger dedicated the 'Sonatine' for clarinet and piano to the amateur clarinettist. In March 1921 he signed a contract with Sénart which remained effectual until 1946. An intensification of the cooperation between Honegger and Cocteau after 1922 led to the production of the stage music for the theatre piece 'Atigone' in 1922 and the opera 'Atigone' in 1927 which was world premiered in Brussels. In 1923 Honegger composed one of his most popular pieces, the symphonic movement 'Pacific 2.3.1' which expressed his fascination with technology. In 1924 he received a new commission for the Théâtre du Jorat from Réne Morax which enabled him to realise the biblical drama 'Judith'. Honegger fell in love with the singer Claire Croiza (1882-1946) who was to perform the leading role. This relationship led to the birth of Jean-Claude on 26 April, 1926. Shortly after Honegger married his partner of many years Andrée Vaurabourg who gave birth to their daughter, Pascale, on 11 August, 1932. A serious car accident in 1932, from which Vaurabourg would never completely recover, changed her life completely. She held a certain resentment when she became a teacher after the end of the second world war. Pierre Boulez (born 1925) was one of her students. Following 1925 Honegger worked together with the actress and dancer Ida Rubinstein (1885-1960) who commissioned several works from Honegger including the music to the tragedy 'Phaedre' by Gabriele d' Annunzio. Rubinstein personified the main character Jeanne at the world premiere of 'Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher' on 12 May, 1938, in Basel. Honegger approached the aesthetic orientation of the 'Groupe des Six' with the operetta 'Les Aventures du Roi Pausole', a work based on a text by Albert Willemetz (1887-1964). It was a great commercial success and even saw a performance in the German language in Zurich. After 1929 Honegger kept regular contact with Paul Sacher (1906-1999) who brought his drama, 'König David', to a performance in the German language in Basel on 4 July, 1929. He regularly used the secluded property of Sacher on Schönenberg near Pratteln in canton Basel-Land for composing and deepened the friendship with him during a mutual trip to Ireland in 1948. Honegger composed the 'Symphonie n° 2 pour cordes' (world premiered in 1942) and the 'Symphonie n° 4 Deliciae basilienses' for the tenth, respectively twentieth, anniversary of the Basel Chamber Orchestra. Last but not least Honegger composed the ecclesiastical piece 'La Danse des morts' for Sacher. Honegger worked together with the poet Paul Claudel (1868-1955) after 1934 and produced thereby the pieces 'La Danse des morts' (world premiered in 1940), 'Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher' and the music for radio 'Tête d'Or'. On 7 March, 1936, Honegger moved into his studio at 71 Boulevard de Clichy in the centre of Paris where he lived and worked until his death. He remained in occupied Paris with Andrée Vaurabourg during the Second World War, refusing the possibility as a Swiss citizen of returning to his relatively secure homeland. Concerts abroad, which, as a Swiss, were still possible, led him with few exceptions to neutral or occupied countries.

The prolific composition of music for film (until 1943 he produced 37 scores) continued only sporadically after the end of the war, he concluded this genre with the music for a film about Paul Claudel in 1951. Honegger entered into in an intimate relationship with Madame Suzanne Charlotte Agassiz which lasted from 1942 until 1954. The liaison is confirmed by
numerous unpublished letters sent by the composer. In 1945 he composed the
'Symphonie n° 3 Liturgique'.From November of 1946 onwards he worked as a tutor at the 'Ecole Normale de Musique' in Paris. Honegger suffered a serious heart attack during a course for composition held at the Berkshire Music Center in Tanglewood (USA) in the summer of 1947. Recuperation stays in Bagnoles-de-l'Orne (1948, 1951), Val-Mont (1952) and in the Bircher-Benner Clinic (1952) were made necessary due to the deteriorating condition of his health. In 1948 Honegger was conferred the doctorate honoris causa by the University of Zurich. Following the end of the 1940's Honegger became increasingly engaged as a musical politician, he was elected president of CISAC (Confédération Internationale des Sociétes d' Auteurs et Compositeurs) on 16 October, 1948, this position led him to participate at a UNESCO congress. On 3 April, 1952, Arthur Honegger became a foreign member of the 'Académie des beaux-arts' (Institut de France). Despite illness Honegger was still able to complete important works associated with his late period such as 'Monopartita', 'Suite archaique', 'Une cantate de Noel' and 'Symphonie n° 5'. Arthur Honegger died in his studio on the Boulevard de Clichy on 27 November, 1955.

Lukas Näf


Work list
Introduction et danse, H. 217
for fl, hp (or piano ad lib.), vn. va, vc
Date unknown (1930s or 40s)
Duration: 4' 40"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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Chevauchée, H. 218
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.sx/0.1.2.0/fielddm.bassdm/pf/str)
Duration: 1' 50"
Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Josefplatz 1
Postfach 308
A-1015 Wien
Österreich
Vivace, H. 220
Dance
for orchestra (1.1.2.2/2.0.0.0/timp/str)
Duration: 3' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Allegretto, H. 221
for orchestra (1.1.ca.1.1/0.2.0.0/str)
Duration: 1' 55"
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Six sonates, H. VI (1908)
for piano and violin
1. Sonata N° 1 in C Minor (14'25'')
2. Sonata N° 2 in F Major (13'20'')
3. Sonata N° 3 in C Minor (22'35'')
4. Sonata N° 4 in H Minor (17'15'')
5. Sonata N° 5 in A Minor (12'30'')
6. Sonata N° 6 in G Major (12'25'')
Bibliothèque nationale de France
Paris
Three Pieces, H. 1 (1909-1910)
for piano
1. Scherzo
2. Humoreske
3. Adagio espressivo
Duration: 8' 00"
Manuscript
Sonate en ré mineur, H. 3 (1912)
"N° Zéro"
for violin and piano
Duration: 25' 00"
Paul Sacher Stiftung
Auf Burg, Münsterplatz 4
CH-4051 Basel
Schweiz
Quatuor à cordes n° 1 en ut mineur, H. 15 (1913-1917)
for string quartet
Duration: 25' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Trio in F Minor, H. 6 (1914)
for violin, violoncello and piano
Duration: 6' 00"
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Quatre Poèmes, H. 7 (1914-1916)
for medium voice and piano
1. Sur le Basalte (André Fontainas)
2. Petite Chapelle (Jules Laforgue)
3. Pière (Francis Jammes)
4. La mort passe (Archag Tchobanian)
Duration: 9' 30"
Chester Edition
Wilhelm Hansen London Ltd
8-9 Frith Street
WID 3JB London
England
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Three Pieces, H. 23 (1915-1919)
for piano
1. Prelude
2. Hommage to Ravel
3. Dance
Duration: 7' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Six Poèmes d'Apollinaire, H. 12 (1915-1917)
for voice and piano
Texts: Guillaume Apollinaire
1. A la Santé
2. Clotilde
3. Automne
4. Saltimbanques
5. L'Adieu
6. Les Cloches
Duration: 8' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Première sonate en ut dièse mineur, H. 17 (1916-1918)
for violin and piano
Duration: 19' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Toccata and Variations, H. 8 (1916)
for piano
Duration: 12' 00"
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Prélude pour Aglavaine et Sélysette, H. 10 (1916-1917)
for orchestra (1.1.2.2/2.1.0.0/str)
Duration: 6' 45"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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Three Peoms by Paul Fort, H. 9 (1916)
for voice and piano
Texts: Paul Fort
1. Le chasseur perdu en forêt
2. Cloche du soir
3. Chanson de fol
Duration: 7' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Fugue et choral, H. 14 (1917)
for organ
Duration: 6' 00"
Chester Edition
Wilhelm Hansen London Ltd
8-9 Frith Street
WID 3JB London
England
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Rapsodie en fa majeur, H. 13 (1917)
for two flutes, clarinet and piano (or: two violins, viola and piano)
In july 1947 Honegger wrote for his students from Tanglewood an arrangment for flute, oboe, clarinet and piano.
Duration: 9' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Le Chant de Nigamon, H. 16 (1917)
for orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).2.3(cbn)/4.2.3.1/timp.tri.cym.bassdm/str)
Duration: 9' 50"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Nature morte, H. 11 (1917)
for voice and piano
Texts: Fritz [?] Vanderpyl
Duration: 1' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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Cantique de Pâques, H. 18 (1918-1922)
for soprano, mezzo-soprano, alto, female choir (SMezA) and orchestra (2.2.2.2/2.2.0.0/cel.hp/str)
Texts: Arthur Honegger
Duration: 7' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Le Dit des Jeux du Monde, H. 19 (1918)
for ensemble (fl(pic)/tpt/4perc(tri.timp.bassdm.cym.dm.bouteillophone)/str)
Duration: 45' 20"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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La Mort de Sainte Alméenne, H. 20 (1918)
for voices and orchestra (1.1.2.2/2.0.0.0/str)
Texts: Max Jacob
People:
Saint Alméenne (S)
The angel (S)
The sister (Mez)
The young man (Bar)
Duration: 36' 55"
Manuscript
Sept pièces brèves, H. 25 (1919-1920)
for piano
Duration: 6' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Deuxième sonate en si, H. 24 (1919)
for violin and piano
Duration: 13' 00"
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Musiques (pièces) d'ameublement, H. 22 (1919)
for flute, clarinet, trumpet, string quartet, piano
Manuscript
Pastoral d'été, H. 31 (1920)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1/1.0.0.0/str)
Duration: 7' 45"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Sonata, H. 28 (1920)
for viola and piano
Duration: 14' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Sarabande, H. 26 (1920)
for piano
Extract from "l'Album des Six".
Duration: 1' 20"
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Sonate en ré mineur, H. 32 (1920)
for viloncello and piano
Duration: 14' 40"
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Pâques à New-York, H. 30 (1920)
Three fragments extracted from 'Les Pâques à New-York'
for mezzo-soprano and string quartet
Texts: Blaise Cendrars
Duration: 5' 30"
Carl Fischer
62 Cooper Square
New York
USA
Sonatine en sol majeur, H. 29 (1920)
for two violins
Duration: 7' 50"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Hymne en si mineur, H. 33 (1920)
for string dixtuor (4vn.2va.2vc.2db)
Original formation:
Sursoprano in high f, violin, mezzo-soprano, alto, contralto, tenor, baritone, violoncello, double bass in g, double-bass.
Duration: 7' 35"
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Cadence pour le "Cinéma-Fantaisie", H. 36 (1920)
for solo violin
After 'Le Boeuf sur le toit' by Darius Milhaud.
Duration: 2' 00"
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Interlude for "La Mort de Sainte Alméenne", H. 20 A (1920)
for orchestra (1.1.2.2/2.1.0.0/str)
Duration: 5' 00"
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Horace victorieux, H. 38 (1920-1921)
Mimed symphony
for orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).3(bcl).3(cbn)/4.3.3.1/timp.tam.cymb.bassdm.tamb.rattle/hp/str)
Duration: 18' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Six Poésies de Jean Cocteau, H. 51 (1920-1923)
for voice and piano
Texts: Jean Cocteau
1. Le Nègre
2. Locutions
3. Souvenirs d'Enfance
4. Ex-Voto
5. Une danseuse
6. Madame
Duration: 5' 15"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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La nuit est si profonde, H. 222 (1920)
for voice and orchestra (2.2.2.2/0.0.0.0/str)
Texts: Texte d'auteur inconnu
Duration: 3' 00"
Manuscript
Vérité? Mensonge?, H. 34 (1920)
Puppet ballet in 14 scenes by André Hellé
for flute, clarinet, bassoon, two violins, viola, violoncello and double-bass
Manuscript
Le Roi David, H. 37 A (1921)
First version (biblical drama)
for numerous speaking roles (actors), soprano, contralto, tenor, choir (SATB), male choir and orchestra (2(pic).1(ca).2(bcl).1/1.2.1.0/timp.cym.dm.bassdm.gong.tamb/cel.pf.hmn/db(vc ad lib.))
Texts: René Morax
Duration: 57' 00"
Bibliothèque nationale de France
Paris
Sonatine, H. 42 (1921-1922)
for clarinet in A and piano (or for violoncello and piano)
Duration: 6' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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Le cahier romand, H. 52 (1921-1923)
for piano
Duration: 5' 40"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Danse de la chèvre, H. 39 (1921)
for flute solo
Duration: 3' 20"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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La Noce massacrée, H. 35 (1921)
Funeral march for "Les Mariés de la Tour Eiffel"
for orchestra (2.2.2.2(cbn)/2.2.3.1/dm.tam. muffleddm.cym.bassdm/strings)
Duration: 3' 40"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Le Roi David, H. 37 B (1921)
Second version (oratorio)
for numerous speaking roles (actors), soprano, contralto, tenor, choir (SATB), male choir and orchestra (2(pic).1(ca).2(bcl).1/1.2.1.0/timp.cym.dm.bassdm.gong.tamb/cel.pf.hmn/db(vc ad lib.))
Texts: René Morax
Duration: 57' 00"
Editions Foetisch Frères SA
c/o Hug Musique SA
Grand-Pont 2bis
1003 Lausanne
Schweiz
Skating Rink, H. 40 (1921-1922)
Choreographed symphony
for orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2(bcl).2(cbn).asx/4.2.3.0/cym.bassdm/hp/str)
Ballet for roller skates by Ricciotto Canudo.
Duration: 18' 00"
Universal Edition
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Oesterreich
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Petite pièce en sol, H. 213 (1922)
Very moderate
for piano
Duration: 1' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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Three Counterpoints, H. 43 (1922)
for small flute, oboe (English horn) violin and violoncello
Duration: 5' 50"
Edition Wilhelm Hansen
Bornholmsgade 1
1266 Kopenhagen
Dänemark
Chant de joie, H. 47 (1922-1923)
for orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).3(bcl).3(cbn)/4.3.3.1/cym.bassdm/hp/cel/str)
Duration: 6' 15"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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Antigone, H. 45 (1922)
for oboe (English horn) and harp
Published in the supplement of 'Feuilles libres' 1 (1923).
Duration: 2' 00"
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Fantasio, H. 46 (1922)
Sketch on three images
for orchestra (1.1.1.1/1.1.1.0/timp.cymb.bassdm/str)
Pantomime ballet by Georges Wague.
Duration: 10' 30"
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Saül, H. 41 (1922)
Theatre music
for trumpet, violoncello, percussion (cym.dm,bssdm) and piano
For the play by André Gide.
Manuscript
La Roue, H. 44 (1922)
Ouverture
for flute, clarinet, bassoon and strings
Music for the silent film by Abel Gance.
Duration: 3' 50"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Pacific 2.3.1, H. 53 (1923)
Symphonic movement N°1
for orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).3(bcl).3(cbn)/4.3.3.1/tam.cym.fielddm.bassdm/str)
Duration: 6' 30"
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Le Roi David, H. 37 C (1923)
Third version (for large orchestra)
for numerous speaking roles (actors), soprano, contralto, tenor, choir (SATB), male choir and orchestra (2(pic).1(ca).2(bcl).1/1.2.1.0/timp.cym.dm.bassdm.gong.tamb/cel.pf.hmn/db(vc ad lib.))
Texts: René Morax
Duration: 67' 00"
Editions Foetisch Frères SA
c/o Hug Musique SA
Grand-Pont 2bis
1003 Lausanne
Schweiz
Prélude pour "La Tempête", H. 48 A (1923)
for orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2(bcl).2(cbn)/4.2.3.1/tri.tam.cym.bassdm/str)
Duration: 6' 00"
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Deux chants d'Ariel, H, 48 B (1923)
for soprano and orchestra (2.1.2.2/2.2.0.0/hp/cel/str)
Texts: William Shakespeare (Guy de Pourtalès)
From "La Tempête".
Duration: 3' 10"
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Chanson de Fagus, H. 50 (1923)
for soprano, mixed choir (SATB) and piano
Texts: Georges Faillet
Duration: 1' 30"
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La Tempête, H. 48 (1923-1929)
Theater music
for orchestra (2.2.2.2/4.2.3.1/tri.tam.cym.bassdm/str) or (2(pic).2(ca).2(bcl).2/2.2.0.0/suspcym/hp.cel/str)
Texts: William Shakespeare (Guy de Pourtalès)
Duration: 23' 00"
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Liluli, H. 49 (1923)
for small flute, violoncello, piano, soprano, choir (high and low register)
Music for the play by Romain Rolland.
Duration: 2' 30"
Manuscript
Concertino, H. 55 (1924)
for piano and orchestra (2.2(ca).2(bcl).2/2.2.1.0/str)
Duration: 11' 25"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
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Frankreich
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Chanson de Ronsard, H. 54 (1924)
for voice and piano
Texts: Pierre de Ronsard
Duration: 1' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Judith, H. 57 A (1924-1925)
First version (biblical drama)
for numerous speaking roles, amongst them Holophernes, soprano, mezzo-soprano, three soloists from the choir (STBar), mixed choir (SATB) and orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2(bcl).2/2.2.2.0/tri.tam.cym.dm.bassdm/hca.2pf/str)
Texts: René Morax
People:
The servant (S)
Judith (Mez)
Three soloists from the choir (STBar)
Mixed choir
Duration: 30' 45"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Antigone, H. 65 (1924-1927)
Musical tragedy in three acts
for voices, mixed choir and orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).3(bcl).3(cbn).asx/4.3.3.1/timp.cym.tam.saw[=ondesMartinot].sidedm.bassdm/hp/cel/str)
Texts: Jean Cocteau
People:
Ismène (S)
Antigone (Mez)
Eurydice (A)
Créon (T)
Hémon (Bar)
The guard (Bar)
Tirésias (B)
The messenger (B)
Experts (SATB)
Duration: 44' 10"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
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Frankreich
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Sous-Marine, H. 58 (1924-1925)
Mimed scene
for orchestra (2.2.2.2/4.0.0.0/cym/cel.hp/str)
Ballet by Carina Ari.
Duration: 9' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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La neige sur Rome, H. 60 B (1925)
for piano
Transcription of the prelude of the second act (N° 7 of the complete partition) of "L'Impératrice aux Rochers".
Duration: 2' 50"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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Hommage du trombone exprimant la tristesse de l'auteur absent, H. 59 (1925)
for trombone and piano
Duration: 1' 10"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Prélude et blues, H. 56 (1925)
for chromatic harp quartet
Manuscript
Suite from "L'Impératrice aux Rochers", H. 60 A (1925)
for orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).3(bcl).3(cbn)/4.3.3.1/cym.tam.tamb.bassdm/hp.cel/str)
Duration: 17' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Judith, H. 57 B (1925-1926)
Second version (opera seria)
for soprano, mezzo-soprano, baitone, bass, tenor, three soloists from the choir (STABar), mixed choir (SATB) and orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2(bcl).2/2.2.2.0/tri.tam.cym.dm.bassdm/hmn.2pf/str)
Texts: René Morax
People:
The servant (S)
Judith (Mez)
Holophernes (Bar)
Ozias (B)
Bagoas (T)
A soldier
A sentinel
A voice from backstage
Duration: 55' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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L'Impératrice aux Rochers, H. 60 (1925)
Music for theater
for soprano, mixed choir (SATB) and orchestra (3.3.3.3/4.3.3.1/timp.cym.tam.dm.bells.bassdm/hp.cel/str)
Texts: Saint Gerge de Bouhélier
For the drama in five scenes and a prologue "Un Miracle de Notre-Dame" ("L'Impératrice aux Rochers") by Saint George de Bouhélier.
Duration: 65' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Suite after 'Trois Conterpoints', H. 43 A (1926)
for four-handed piano
Duration: 5' 50"
Edition Wilhelm Hansen
Bornholmsgade 1
1266 Kopenhagen
Dänemark
Suite from "Phaedre", H. 61 A (1926)
for orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2.2/2.2.3.1/timp.cym/str)
Duration: 22' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Pour le Cantique de Salomon, H. 62 (1926)
for two flutes, two clarinets, trombone, gong and strings
Duration: 5' 10"-12' 00"
Manuscript
Three Songs from 'La Petite Sirène', H. 63 (1926)
for voice and piano or soprano, flute and string quartet
Texts: Hans Christian (René Morax)
1. Chanson des Sirènes
2. Berceuse de la Sirène
3. Chanson de la Poire
Duration: 2' 40"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Phaedre, H. 61 (1926)
Theatre music
for eight contraltos and orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2.2/2.2.3.1/timp.cym/str)
Texts: Gabriele d'Annunzio (André Doderet)
Duration: 27' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Napoléon, H. 64 (1926-1927)
for orchestra (2.2.2.2/2.3.3.1/timp.perc(tri.tam.cym.dm.bassdm)/str)
Music for the silent film by Abel Gance.
Duration: 21' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Judith, H. 57 C (1927)
Third version (musical action)
for narrator, soprano, mezzo-soprano, three soloists from the choir (STBar), mixed choir (SATB) and orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2(bcl).2/2.2.2.0/tri.tam.cym.dm.bassdm/hmn.2pf/str)
Texts: René Morax
People:
Narrator
The servant (S)
Judith (Mez)
Three soloists from the choir (STBar)
Mixed choir
Duration: 47' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Les noces d'Amour et de Psyché, H. 68 (1927-1928)
for orchestra (3.3.3.3.2sx/4.3.3.1/timp.bassdm/hp.cel/str)
Ballet by Ida Rubinstein. Music by Johann-Sebastian Bach orchestrated by Arthur Honegger.
Duration: 45' 00"
Universal Edition
Karlsplatz 6
A-1010 Wien
Oesterreich
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Hommage à Albert Roussel, H. 69 (1928)
for piano
Duration: 1' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Arioso, H. 214 (1928)
for violin and piano
Duration: 2' 15"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Rugby, H. 67 (1928)
Symphonic movement N° 2
for orchestra (3(pic)3(ca).3(bcl).3(cbn)/4.3.3.1/str)
Duration: 7' 45"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
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Frankreich
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Blues de Roses de Métal, H. 66 A (1928)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1/1.1.0.0/str)
Duration: 2' 10"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Suite by Johann-Sebastian Bach, H. 68 A (1928)
from "Noces d'Amour et de Psyché"
for orchestra (2.2(ca).2(bcl, ssx).2/4.3.0.0/cel.hp/str)
Duration: 11' 30"
Universal Edition
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Oesterreich
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Prelude and Fugue in C major by J.-S. Bach, H. 68 B (1928)
From 'Noces d'Amour et de Psyché'
for orchestra (3.3.3.3.ssx.asx/4.3.3.1/bassdm/str)
Duration: 5' 45"
Universal Edition
Karlsplatz 6
A-1010 Wien
Oesterreich
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Roses de Métal, H. 66 (1928)
Ballet in one act
for three dynaphones, piano and percussion instruments
The dynaphone was invented by René Bertrand.
Manuscript
Symphony N° 1 in C, H. 75 (1929-1930)
for orchestra (pic.2.2.ca.2.bcl.2.cbn/4.3.3.1/tam.bassdm/str)
Duration: 21' 25"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Les Aventures du Roi Pausole, H. 76 (1929-1930)
Operetta in three acts
for voices, ballet, mixed choir (SATB) and orchestra (1.1.1.1.sx/1.1.1.0/timp.tri.cym.suspcym.dm.sleighbells.gong.bassdm.castanets.woodblock/pf.cel/str)
Texts: Pierre Louÿs (Albert Willemetz)
Duration: 73' 35"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Suite, H. 60 C (1929)
Partita
for two pianos
After 'L'Impératrice aux Rochers'.
Duration: 12' 00"
Manuscript
Berceuses pour la Bobcisco, H. 73 (1929)
for violin, flute (or second violin), trumpet (or viola), violoncello and piano
Duration: ' 30"
Manuscript
J'avais un fidèle amant, H. 74 (1929)
for string quartet
Duration: 2' 40"
Manuscript
Concerto in C major, H. 72 (1929)
for violoncello and orchestra (2.2.2.bcl.2/2.2.0.1/timp/cym.tri/str)
Duration: 15' 30"-16' 45"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Vocalise-Etude, H. 70 (1929)
for medium voice and piano
Duration: 1' 40"
Edition Alphonse Leduc
175, rue Saint-Honoré
F-75040 Paris Cedex 01
France
Amphion, H. 71 (1929)
Melodrama
for recitative, baritone, four female voices, mixed choir (SATB) and orchestra (3.3.3.3.asx/4.3.3.1/timp.xyl.tri.cym.tam.smalldm.castagnettes.bassdm/hp.cel/str)
Texts: Paul Valéry
Duration: 37' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Suite, H. 76 A (1930-1931)
for piano
After 'Les Aventures du Roi Pausole'.
Duration: 12' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Colloque, H. 216 (1930)
for flute, celesta, violin and viola
Date unknown (1930s or 40s).
Duration: 2' 15"
Manuscript
Cris du monde, H. 77 (1930-1931)
Oratorio
for soprano, contralto, baritone, mixed choir (SATB) and orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).3(bcl).3(bcn)/4.3.3.1/tri.tam.cym.tamb.bassdm.woodblock/pf/str)
Texts: René Bizet
Duration: 51' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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La Belle de Moudon, H. 78 (1931)
operetta in five scenes
for speaking roles and voices, childrens choir, mixed choir (SATB), and orchestra (ssx.asx.tsx/2cornet a piston.2tpt.2tbn.3bgl.5saxhorn/dm.cym.bassdm/2pf)
Texts: René Morax
Violin solo in Nr 8.
Duration: 42' 15"
Editions Foetisch Frères SA
c/o Hug Musique SA
Grand-Pont 2bis
1003 Lausanne
Schweiz
Prélude, Arioso, Fughette sur le nom de Bach, H. 81 (1932)
for piano
Duration: 6' 10"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Sonatine en mi mineur, H. 80 (1932)
for violin and viloncello
Duration: 15' 10"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Prélude, H. 79 (1932)
for double-bass and piano
Duration: 5' 00"
Manuscript
Mouvement symphonique n° 3, H. 83 (1932-1933)
for orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).2(bcl).3(cbn).asx/4.3.3.1/tam.cym.bassdm/str)
Duration: 9' 40"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Le Grand Etang, H. 82 (1932)
Song of the 15th century
for voice and piano
Texts: Jean Tranchant
Duration: 1' 45"
Manuscript
Sémiramis, H. 85 (1933-1934)
Melodrama in three acts and two interludes
for narrator (Sémiramis), soprano, two tenors, two basses, mixed choir scored for five voices (SMezzoATB) and orchestra (3.3.4.3.sx/4.3.3.1/timp.suspcym.tam.dm.block.bassdm/hp.pf.cel.2ondes Martinot/str)
Texts: Paul Valéry
A ballet-melodrama by Paul Valéry.
Duration: 55' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Les Douze Coups de Minuit, H. 84 (1933)
Radio mystery
for mixed choir (SATB), harp, four-handed piano, organ, timpani, percussion (triangle, tam tam, drum, bass drum, woodblock)
Texts: Carlos Larronde
Manuscript
Les Misérables, H. 88 (1933-1934)
for orchestra (1.1.2.1/1.1.1.0/perc(suspcym.bassdm.dm)/hp.pf/str(without db))
Music for the trilogy (3 films) by Raymond Bernard.
Duration: 60' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Quatuor à cordes n° 2 en ré, H. 102 (1934-1936)
for string quartet
Duration: 18' 45"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Petite suite, H. 89 (1934)
for two melodic instruments ad libitum (flute or recorder, or oboe or clarinet, or trumpet, or violin) and piano
Duration: 4' 15"
Chant du monde
31/33, rue Vandrezanne
75013 Paris
Frankreich
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Three Songs from the Film 'Cessez le Feu', H. 90 A (1934)
for voice and piano
1. Chanson de l'Escadrille (Joseph Kessel)
2. Chanson du cul-de-jatte
3. Valse (Rengaine) de Lagasse (Bernard Zimmer)
Manuscript
Three Songs from the Film 'Le Démon de l'Himalaya, H. 93 A (1934-1935)
for voice and piano
Texts: Texte d'auteur inconnu
1. Chant de la Caravane
2. Les trois petits moutons
3. Le Cocu du désert
Manuscript
Rapt, H. 86 (1934)
for soprano and orchestra (1(pic).1(ca).1(bcl).1.asx/1.1.1.helicon/perc(cym.bassdm)/pf.hp.ondes Martinot.hmn/str)
Music for the film by Dimitri Kirsanov after 'La Séparation des Races' by C.F. Ramuz.
Duration: 12' 00"
Manuscript
L'Idée, H. 87 (1934)
for orchestra (1.0.1.1.asx/perc(cym.dm.woodblock.bassdm)/ondesMartinot/str)
Duration: 24' 00"
Manuscript
Cessez le Feu, H. 90 (1934)
Music for the film by Jacques de Baroncelli.
Duration: 15' 00"
Manuscript
Le Démon de l'Himalaya, H. 93 (1934-1935)
for orchestra (2.2.2.2.ssx.asx/0.3.3.0/perc(suspcym.tri.tam.tamb.2gong.bassdm)/hp.pf.cel.trautonium/str)
Music for the German film (UFA) by Andrew Marton.
Duration: 13' 00"
Manuscript
Jeanne d'Arc au Bûcher, H. 99 (1935/44)
Dramatic oratorium
for speaking roles and voices, mixed choir (SATB), children's choir and orchestra (2(pic).2.3.(cl-e, bcl).4(cbn).3sx/0.4.4.0/timp.tam.cym.sidedm.dm.bassdm/cel.pf.ondesMartinot/str)
Texts: Paul Claudel
People:
Jeanne d'Arc
Friar Dominique
The virgin (S)
Marguerite (S)
Catherine (A)
Porcus (T)
Duration: 69' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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Berceuse pour le bal des petits lits blancs, H. 95 (1935)
for piano
Duration: 1' 00"
Manuscript
Radio-Panoramique, H. 92 (1935)
Symphonic movement
for soprano, tenor, mixed choir (SATB)(ad lib.) and orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/1.1.1.0/timp.bassdm.cym.sidedm.fielddm/pf.org(ad lib.)/str)
Duration: 9' 00"
Manuscript
Fièvre jaune, H. 97 (1935)
The road to Mandalay
for voice and piano
Texts: Nino
Duration: 2' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Two songs from the film "L'Equipage (ou Celle que j'aime)", H. 98 A (1935)
for voice and piano
1. La Chanson de Lapin (Joseph Kessel)
2. Quand par hasard le noir cafard
Manuscript
Icare, H. 96 (1935)
Ballet based on rhythms by Serge Lifar
for percussion orchestra (18) and double-bass
Duration: 20' 45"
Manuscript
Crime et Châtiment, H. 94 (1935)
for orchestra (1.1.bcl.1.asx/0.1.1.0/perc(tri.cym.tam.tamb.bassdm)/ondesmartinot.pf.acn/str(without db)
Music for the film by Pierre Chenal.
Duration: 27' 00"
Manuscript
L'Equipage ou Celle que j'aime, H. 98 (1935)
for orchestra (pic.1.0.1.1.asx/0.2.2.0/pf/perc(cym.tam.dm) and strings (without db)
Music for the film by Anatole Litvak.
Duration: 14' 00"
Manuscript
Quatuor à cordes n° 3 en mi, H. 114 (1936-1937)
for string quartet
Duration: 16' 40"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Prélude, Arioso, Fughette sur le nom de Bach, H. 81 A (1936)
for string orchestra
Duration: 6' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Nocturne, H. 102 (1936)
for orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).3(bcl).sx/4.3(small in D and two in C).0.1/tri.cym.woodblock.sidedm.ratchet.dm.tamb/hp/str)
Duration: 8' 00"
Boosey & Hawkes
London
Largo, H. 105 (1936)
for string orchestra
Duration: 2' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Les mille et une Nuits, H. 107 (1936-1937)
for soprano, tenor and orchestra (2(pic).0.2(cl-e).2.3sx/0.3.3.0/perc(anvil.cym.battlerattle.sidedm.fielddm.tam.tri.woodblock)/hp.cel.4ondesMartinot/str(10.6.6.0))
Duration: 24' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
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Marche sur la Bastille, H. 104 (1936)
For the 14th of July
for orchestra (4.2.3.3.3sx/5.3.4.3/cym.fielddm.bassdm)
Duration: 5' 00"
Chant du monde
31/33, rue Vandrezanne
75013 Paris
Frankreich
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Two songs from the film "Les Mutinés de L'Elseneur", H. 100 A (1936)
for voice and piano
1. Du Whisky pour Jo (Nino)
2. "L'Elseneur" est un voilier à vaches (Robert Desnos)
Manuscript
Two songs from the film "Nitchvo (ou L'Agonie du Sous-Marin)", H. 106 A (1936)
for voice and piano
1. De l'Atlantique au Pacifique
2. Triste est mon coeur
Manuscript
L'Aiglon, H. 108 (1936-1937)
for voices, male choir and orchestra (2(pic).2.2.2/4.3.3.1/timp.tri.tam.cym.sidedm.fielddm.bassdm/hp/str)
Texts: Edmond Rostand (Henri Cain)
People:
The Duke of Reichstadt (S)
Thérèse (S)
Marie-Louise (S)
The Countess (S)
Fanny Elssler (Mez)
Gentz (T)
The Ambassador (T)
Flambeau (Bar)
Metternich (Bar)
Prokesch (Bar)
Marmont (B)
Duration: 90' 00"
Heugel SA
85, rue Gabriel Péri
F-92120 Montrouge
Frankreich
Le cantique des cantiques, H. 123 (1936-1937)
for contralto, baritone, mixed choir (SATB) and orchestra (3.1.3.1.2sx/0.4.4.1/timp.perc/pf.cel.ondesMartinot/violoncelli.doublebasses)
Texts: Gabriel Boissy
People:
Shulammite (A)
The shepard (T)
Salomon (Bar)
Music after rhythms by Serge Lifar.
Duration: 43' 30"
Edition Alphonse Leduc
175, rue Saint-Honoré
F-75040 Paris Cedex 01
France
Les Mutinés de L'Elseneur, H. 100 (1936)
for male voices and orchestra (pic.0.0.2.1.sx/2.2.1.0/perc(cym.tam.bassdm)/pf.acn/str(without db))
Music for the film by Pierre Chenal.
Duration: 21' 00"
Manuscript
Mayerling, H. 101 (1936)
for orchestra (2.2.2.2/2.2.3.1/timp.perc(tri.cym.tamb)/pf.org.cel/str)
Music for the film by Anatole Litvak.
Duration: 13' 00"
Manuscript
Nitchevo ou L'Agonie du sous-marin, H. 106 (1936)
for voice and orchestra (1(pic).0.1.0.asx.tsx.bsx/0.3.2.0/timp.perc(africantam.dm.firlddm.sidedm.tamb/pf/gtr/3vn.db)
Music for the film by Jacques de Baroncelli.
Duration: 25' 00"
Manuscript
Mademoiselle Docteur, H. 109 (1936-1937)
Spies from Salonika
for orchestra (1.1.1.asx.1/0.2.2.0/perc(cym.tri.tamb.castanets.darbouka.woodblock.bassdm)/pf.acn/str(without db))
Music for a film by G. W. Pabst.
Duration: 40' 00"
Manuscript
Scenic Railway, H. 115 (1937)
for piano
Duration: 1' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Orgue dans l'eglise, H. 110 A (1937)
for organ
For the film 'Marthe Richard'.
Duration: 3' 35"
Editions Choudens
38, rue Jean Mermoz
75008 Paris
Frankreich
Tuet's Weh?, H. 118 (1937)
for voice and piano
Texts: Walter Lesch
Duration: 1' 30"
Manuscript
Jeunesse, H. 120 (1937)
for voice and piano (or orchestra) and unsisono choir
Texts: Paul Vaillant-Couturier
Duration: 3' 45"
Chant du monde
31/33, rue Vandrezanne
75013 Paris
Frankreich
Tel. 01.53.80.12.30
Fax 01.53.80.12.18
cdm@harmoniamundi.com
Armistice, H. 122 (1937)
for voice (choir unisono) and piano
Texts: René Kerdyk
Duration: 7' 00"
Manuscript
Three Songs by René Kerdyk, H. 127 (1937)
for voice and piano
Texts: René Kerdyk
1. On est heureux
2. Chanson de la route
3. Le Naturaliste
Duration: 9' 00"
Manuscript
Two songs from "La Construction d'une Cité", H. 119 A (1937)
for voice and piano
Texts: Jean-Richard Bloch
1. Chanson des Quatre
2. Chanson de l'Emigrant
Duration: 4' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Two songs from the film "Miarka, ou La Fille à l'ourse", H. 124 A (1937)
1. for voice and guitar 2. voice and orchestra (1.1.1.0.sx/0.2.2.0/tri.cymb/pf/str(without db)
Texts: Jean Richepin
1. Chanson de la Route
2. Chanson de l'eau
Duration: 3' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
A song from the film "Les Bâtisseurs", H. 126 A (1937)
for male choir (TTBarB) and orchestra (1.1.1.1.sx/0.2.1.0/perc(tri.cym.dm.bassdm)/pf/str)
Texts: Robert Desnos
Duration: 4' 00"
Manuscript
Les Petites Cardinal, H. 128 (1937)
Operetta in two acts and ten scenes
for voices and speaking roles, choir (SATB) and orchestra (1.1.1.1.sx/1.1.1.0/perc/pf/str)
Texts: Albert Willemetz et Paul Brach après le roman de Ludovic Halévy
People:
Pauline
Virginie
Marguerite
The gossipmonger (S)
7 small roles in the Finaletto-Revue (S)
Mrs Cardinal (Mezzo)
Mr Cardinal (T)
Mr Pluque (T)
Jacques (T)
Mario (T)
the Marquis de Cavalcanti (T)
The director (T)
Faust (T)
Mr Durand/Rebuffat (T)
The gaffer (T)
Méphisto (B)
In collaboration with Jacques Ibert.
Duration: 35' 00"
Editions Choudens
38, rue Jean Mermoz
75008 Paris
Frankreich
Un oiseau blanc s'est envolé, H. 113 (1937)
Ballet
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.sx/0.2.1.0/suspcym/pf/str)
Duration: 11' 00"
Manuscript
Marthe Richard au service de la France, H. 110 (1937)
for orchestra (pic.1.1.1.1.asx/0.3.3.0/gtr/timp(ad lib.). perc(tri.tam.cym.fielddm.dm.bassdm)/pf.ondesMartinot.acn/str(without db))
Music for the film by Raymond Bernard.
Duration: 36' 00"
Editions Choudens
38, rue Jean Mermoz
75008 Paris
Frankreich
La Citadelle du Silence, H. 116 (1937)
for male choir and orchetstra (1.1.1.1.asx/3.3.3.0/helicon/perc(cym.bassdm.dm)/pf/str)
Music for the film by Marcel L'Herbier.
Duration: 17' 00"
Manuscript
Regain, H. 117 (1937)
for orchestra (1(pic).1(ca).1.1.asx/0.2.2.0/(perc(tam.cym.suscym.sleighbells.ratchet.tambourine.castanets.bells.bassdm)/str)
Music for the film by Marcel Pagnol.
Duration: 35' 00"
Manuscript
Regain, H. 117 A (1937)
Suite
for orchestra (1(pic).1(ca).1.1.asx/0.2.2.0/(perc(tam.cym.suscym.sleighbells.ratchet.tambourine.castanets.bells.bassdm)/str)
Duration: 14' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Visages de la France, H. 121 (1937)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/0.2.1.0/perc(tam.tri.cym.bassdm.dm.sidedm)/pf/str(without db))
Music for a short film by A. Vigeneau.
Duration: 20' 00"
Manuscript
Miarka ou La Fille à l'Ourse, H. 124 (1937)
Music for the film by Jean Choux.
Duration: 15' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Les Bâtisseurs, H. 126 (1937)
for male choir (TTBarB) and orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/0.2.1.0/perc(tri.cym.bassdm.dm)/pf/str
Music for the documentary film by Jean Epstein, written in collaboration with Arthur Horérée.
Duration: 4' 00"
Manuscript
Nicolas de Flue, H. 135 (1938-1939)
dramatic legend in three acts
for narrator and numerous speaking roles, mixed choir (SATB), children's choir and orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2.2/2.3.3.1/timp.2perc/str)
Texts: Denis de Rougement
Duration: 65' 00"
Editions Foetisch Frères SA
c/o Hug Musique SA
Grand-Pont 2bis
1003 Lausanne
Schweiz
La Danse des Morts, H. 131 (1938)
Oratorio
for narrator, soprano, contralto, baritone, mixed choir (SATB) and orchestra (2(pic).2(ca).2.2/2.2.2.0/4timp.tri.tam.cym.dm.rattle.woodblock/pf.org/str)
Texts: Paul Claudel
Duration: 29' 35"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Hommage au Travail, H. 133 (1938)
for voice and piano
Texts: Maurice Senart
Duration: 2' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Passion de Selzach, H. 177 (1938-1944)
Selzach Passion Play
Texts: Cäsar von Arx
Manuscript
Pygmalion, H. 129 (1938)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/0.2.2.0/perc(xyl.tri.cymb.sidedm.tambourine.bassdm.woodblock)/str)
Music for the film by Antony Asquith and Leslie Howard.
Duration: 3' 20"
Manuscript
L'Or dans la Montagne or "Faux-Monnayeurs", H. 130 (1938)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/0.2.1.0/pf/perc(cym.bassdm)/str(without db)
Music for the film by Max Haufler.
Duration: 8' 30"
Manuscript
Possèdes-tu, pauvre pêcheur, H. 137 (1939)
for voice or unisono choir and piano or harmonium
Duration: ' 40"
Manuscript
Three Poems by Claudel, H. 138 (1939-1940)
for voice and piano
Texts: Paul Claudel
1. Sieste
2. Le Delphinium
3. Le Rendez-vous
Duration: 7' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
O Salutaris, H. 136 A (1939)
for voice and piano (or harp) or voice and organ and piano or harp ad lib.
Extract from the film 'Cavalcade d'Amour'.
Duration: 1' 40"
Heugel SA
85, rue Gabriel Péri
F-92120 Montrouge
Frankreich
Le Déserteur or Je t'attendrai, H. 134 (1939)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1asx/0.2.1.0/perc(glock.xyl.tri.cym.didedm.bassdm)/2pf/str)
Music for the film by Léonide Moguy.
Duration: 39' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Symphony N° 2 in D, H. 153 (1940-1941)
for string orchestra (and trumpet ad lib.)
Duration: 25' 15"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Christophe Colomb, H. 140 (1940)
Radio play
diverse speaking roles, tenor solo, mixed choir (SATB), orchestra (1.1.2.1/2.3.2.0/timp.2perc/hp/str)
Texts: William Aguet
People:
the magician
Christopher Colombus
King Ferdinand
Queen Isabella
many small roles
Duration: 38' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Partita, H. 139 (1940)
for two pianos
Duration: 10' 40"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Sonate en ré mineur, H. 143 (1940)
for violin alone
Duration: 12' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Three Psalms, H. 144 (1940-1941)
for voice and piano
1. Psalm XXXIV (Théodore de Bèze)
2. Psalm CXL (Théodore de Bèze)
3. Psalm CXXXVIII (Clément Marot)
Duration: 5' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Quatre Chansons pour voix grave, H. 184 (1940-1945)
for voice and piano
1. La douceur de tes yeux (Archag Tchobanian)
2. Derrière Murcie en fleurs (William Aguet)
3. Un grand sommeil noir (Paul Verlaine)
4. La terre les eaux va bouvant (Pierre de Ronsard)
Duration: 4' 50"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
La naissance des couleurs, H. 142 (1940-1948)
Ballet
for soprano, mixed choir (SATB) and orchestra (2.2.2.2/4.3.3.1/timp.perc(tri.cym.tam.sidedm.fielddm.bassdm.castanets.woodblock.anvil.slapstick)/str)
Texts: René Morax
Duration: 33' 00"
Manuscript
Petits Airs sur une basse célèbre, H. 145 (1941)
for piano
Duration: 11' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Saluste du Bartes, H. 152 (1941)
Six Villanelles
for voice and piano
Texts: Pierre Bédat de Monlaur
1. Bartas' Castle
2. Along the river Baïse
3. The departure
4. The promenade
5. Festivity in Nérac
6. Duo
Duration: 7' 00"
Henry Lemoine
24, rue Pigalle
F-75009 Paris
Tel. +33 1 48 74 09 25
Fax +33 1 45 26 74 42
L'Ombre de la ravine, H. 147 (1941)
for flute, harp, two violins, viola and violoncello
Duration: 4' 45"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Petit Cours de Morale, H. 148 (1941)
for voice and piano
Texts: Jean Giraudoux
1. Jeanne
2. Adèle
3. Cécile
4. Irène
5. Rosemonde
Duration: 3' 55"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
zz_import:279 (1941)
Theatre music
for flute, alto saxophone, harp, four-handed piano, tambourine, 2 violins, viola and violoncello
Texts: Machiavel
For the piece by Machiavel.
Duration: 21' 00"
Manuscript
Les Suppliantes, H. 147 (1941)
Theatre music
for female choir, tenor solo, male choir and orchestra (2cl.2bn/3tpt.4tbn/ondesMartinot/timp.perc(cym.tri.tam.dm.fielddm.sidedm.bassdm.battlerattle)
Texts: Eschyle (André Bonnard)
For the tragedy of Ayschilos, in a translation by André Bonnard.
Duration: 31' 15"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
La Ligne d'horizon, H. 151 (1941)
Theater music
for tenor solo and unsono male choir and orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/1.2.2.0/xyl.tri.tam.cym.fielddm.woodblock/hawaiian guitar/pf/str)
Texts: Serge Roux
For the play (in two acts and nine scenes) by Serge Roux.
Duration: 19' 50"
Manuscript
Deux esquisses, H. 173 (1942-1944)
for piano
Duration: 5' 20"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Le Grand Barrage, H. 162 (1942)
'Musical image'
for orchestra (3.3(ca)3.3(cbn)/4.3.3.0/perc(tri.tam.dm.bassdm)/cel.hp/str)
Duration: 4' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Pathétique, H. 219 (1942)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.sx/0.2.1.0/cym.bassdm.pf/str)
Duration: 2' 10"
Manuscript
Hymne au Sport du film "La Boxe en France", H. 160 A (1942)
for voice and piano
Texts: José Bruyr
Duration: 3' 20"
Editions Choudens
38, rue Jean Mermoz
75008 Paris
Frankreich
Five songs from the movie "Le capitaine Fracasse", H. 166 A (1942)
for voice and piano
1. Sérénade de Scapin (J. Giot)
2. Ariette "Si mon coeur parlait, Lysandre" (André de Badet)
3. Chanson du chariot de Thespis (André de Badet)
4. Chanson du chariot de Thespis (autre musique)
5. Chanson pour Isabelle
Manuscript
Le Journal tombe à 5 heures, H. 156 (1942)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/0.2.2.0/pf/perc(tam.tri.cym.bassdm.woodblock)/str(without db))
Music for the film by Georges Lacombe.
Duration: 28' 00"
Editions Choudens
38, rue Jean Mermoz
75008 Paris
Frankreich
Huit hommes dans un château, H. 157 (1942)
Music for the film by Richard Pottier.
Duration: 7' 00"
Manuscript
Les Antiquités de l'Asie occidentale, H. 158 (1942)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/0.2.2.0/timp.perc(xyl[=cel].tam.tri.cym.fielddm)/pf.hp/str(vc.db only)
Music for the documentary short film by Henri Membrin.
Duration: 17' 00"
Manuscript
Secrets, H. 161 (1942)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/0.2.2.0/perc(cel.vib.tam.tri.cym.fielddm.bassdm.woodblock)/pf.hp/str)
Music for the film by Pierre Blanchar.
Duration: 35' 00"
Manuscript
Three Pieces, H. 166 B (1943)
for piano
From the film 'Le Capitaine Fracasse'.
Duration: 8' 00"
Manuscript
Musique pour Pasiphaé, H. 163 (1943)
for two oboes, two clarinets, alto saxophone and two bassoons
Duration: 4' 15"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Andante in C Major, H. 215 (1943)
for four ondes Martenot
Duration: 1' 00"
Manuscript
Schwyzer Fäschttag (Swiss festive day), H. 174 A (1943)
Suite from the ballet "L'Appel de la Montagne"
for orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).2.3/4.3.3.1/timp.perc(tri.cym.sidedm.fielddm.woodblock)/pf.cel/str)
Duration: 20' 35"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Céline, H. 168 (1943)
for voice and piano
Texts: Georges-Jean Aubry
Duration: 1' 40"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Panis Angelicus, H. 169 (1943)
for voice and piano
Duration: 2' 20"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Two romances from the film "Un seul Amour", H. 171 A (1943)
for voice and piano
Texts: Bernard Zimmer
1. Quand tu verras les hirondelles
2. Si le mal d'amour
Duration: 4' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
L'Appel de la montagne, H. 174 (1943)
Ballet in two scenes
for orchestra (3.3.2.3/4.3.3.1/timp.perc(tri.tam.cym.sidedm.fielddm.bassdm.woodblock/str)
Texts: Robert Favre le Bret
Duration: 50' 00"
Bibliothèque nationale de France
Paris
Le Soulier de Satin, H. 165 (1943)
Theatre music
for soprano, baritone, choir and ensemble (cl/tpt/cym.tri.tam.sidedm.bassdm.maracas/pf.ondesMartinot/str)
Texts: Paul Claudel
For the piece by Paul Claudel.
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Sodome et Gomorrhe, H. 172 (1943)
Theatre music
for six trombones, two timpani, cymbals and tam tam
For the play by Jean Giraudoux.
Manuscript
Callisto ou La Petite Nymphe de Diane, H. 164 (1943)
Music for an animated short film by André Marty.
Duration: 21' 00"
Gérard Billaudot
14, rue de l'Echiquier
F-75010 Paris
Frankreich
Le Capitaine Fracasse, H. 166 (1943)
Music for the film by Abel Gance.
Duration: 45' 00"
Manuscript
Mermoz, H. 167 (1943)
for orchestra (1(pic).1.1.1.asx/0.2.2.0/perc(tri.tam.cym.bassdm)/pf/str)
Music for the film by Louis Cuny.
Duration: 50' 00"
Editions Choudens
38, rue Jean Mermoz
75008 Paris
Frankreich
Un seul Amour, H. 171 (1943)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/0.2.2.0/perc(tam.tri.cym.bassdm)/cel.pf.ondes Martinot/str)
Music for a film by Pierre Blanchar.
Duration: 44' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Charles le Téméraire, H. 175 (1944)
Music for the play in four acts and six scenes (with prologue)
for mixed choir (SATB) two trumpets, two trombones percussion (timpani, drum, tam tam, muffled drum, bass drum, bells pipers)
Texts: René Morax
Duration: 19' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Battements du monde, H. 176 (1944)
Radio music
speaking roles, soprano and children's soli voices, female choir, orchestra (2.2.2.2/2.2.2.0/timp.perc/hp.pf/str)
Texts: William Aguet
Soloists:
the narrator
the devil
small roles
Duration: 27' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Symphony N° 3, H. 186 (1945-1946)
Liturgical
for orchestra (3(pic).2.ca.2.bcl.2.cbn/4.3.3.1/timp.perc(tam.cym.fielddm.bassdm)/pf/str)
Duration: 28' 55"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Three Pieces, H. 183 A (1945)
for piano
From the film 'Un ami viendra ce soir'.
Duration: 8' 35"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Morceau de concours, H. 179 (1945)
for violin and piano
Duration: 2' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Paduana en sol majeur, H. 181 (1945)
for violoncello alone
Duration: 3' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Sérénade à Angélique, H. 182 (1945)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.sx/2.1.1.0/perc(sidedm.suspcym)/hp/str)
Duration: 6' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
O Temps suspends ton vol, H. 178 (1945)
for voice and piano
Texts: Henri Martin
Duration: 2' 20"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Chant de la Délivrance du film "Un Ami viendra ce Soir", H. 183 A (1945)
for voice and piano
Texts: José Bruyr
Duration: 3' 20"
Editions Choudens
38, rue Jean Mermoz
75008 Paris
Frankreich
Chota Roustaveli, H. 180 (1945)
Ballet in four acts
for orchestra
Texts: Serge Lifar
After the georgian national epos 'The Hero with the Lepard Skin' by Chota Roustaveli.
Duration: 50' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Les Démons de l'aube, H. 185 (1945)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/2.2.2.0/timp.perc(cym.fielddm)/str)
Duration: 12' 00"
Editions Choudens
38, rue Jean Mermoz
75008 Paris
Frankreich
Symphony N° 4 in A, H. 191 (1946)
Deliciae Basilienses
for orchestra (2(pic).1.2.1/2.1.0.0/glock.perc(cym.militarydm.tri)/pf/str)
Duration: 25' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Mimaamaquim, H. 198 (1946-1947)
for contralto and piano or orchestra (1.1.1.1/1.0.0.0/hp/str)
Psalms CXXX.
Duration: 3' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Prométhée, H. 187 (1946)
Theatre music
for female choir (3cl.3bn/3tpt.3tbn/perc(dm.tri.tam.cym.suspcym.antiquecym in E. fielddm.bassdm))
Texts: Eschyle (André Bonnard)
For the tragedy by Aischylos in a french translation by André Bonnard.
Duration: 25' 20"
Manuscript
Hamlet, H. 190 (1946)
Theater music
for soprano, male voices, 3 trumpets, three trombones, timpani, triangle, side drum, bass drum, woodblock and ondes Martinot
Texts: William Shakespeare (André Gide)
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Un Revenant, H. 188 (1946)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/0.2.2.0/perc(tri.cym.suspcym.fielddm)/pf/str)
Music for a film by Christian-Jaque.
Duration: 28' 00"
Editions Choudens
38, rue Jean Mermoz
75008 Paris
Frankreich
Intrada B flat major, H. 193 (1947)
for trumpet in C and piano
Duration: 5' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Oedipe, H. 194 (1947)
Theatre music
for unisono choir, two ondes Martinot, perc (xyl.tamb.cym.bassdm)
Texts: Sophocle (André Obey)
For the tragedy by Sophocles in the translation into french by André Obey.
Duration: 20' 00"
Manuscript
Concerto da Camera, H. 196 (1948)
for flute, English horn and string orchestra
Duration: 16' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
F-75009 Paris
Frankreich
www.salabert.fr
Prélude, Fugue, Postlude, H. 71 A (1948)
The dipolar ion
for orchestra (3(pic).3(ca).3(bcl).3(cbn).asx/4.3.3.1/perc(cym.tam.bassdm)/cel.hp/str)
Duration: 12' 45"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
5, rue du Helder
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Frankreich
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Saint François d'Assise, H. 197 (1949)
Radio play
for narrator, tenor solo, mixed choir and orchestra (2(pic).(ca).2.2/0.3.3.0/timp.perc(cym.db.ratchet.bells)/pf/str)
Texts: William Aguet
Duration: 38' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Tête d'Or, H. 199 (1949-1950)
for orchestra (1.1(ca).1.1/0.3.3.0/timp.perc(tam.suspcym.muffleddm.ratchet.sidedm.bassdm)/str)
Music for a radio version of the piece by Paul Claudel.
Duration: 20' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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Symphony N° 5 in D Minor, H. 202 (1950)
Di Tre Re
for orchestra (3(pic).2.ca.2.bcl.3/4.3.3.1/timp(ad lib.)/str)
Duration: 23' 40"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Suite archaïque en mi mineur, H. 203 (1950-1951)
for orchestra (2.2.2.2/0.2.2.0/str)
Duration: 14' 00"
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Bourdelle, H. 201 (1950)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/0.1.1.0/perc(cym.bassdm)/pf/str
Music for a documentary film by René Lucot.
Duration: 20' 00"
Manuscript
Monopartita en fa dièse mineur, H. 204 (1951)
for orchestra (2.3(ca).3(bcl).2/4.3.3.0/timp/str)
Duration: 12' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Toccata after a theme by Campra, H. 207 (1951)
for orchestra (2.2.2.2/2.2.0.0/str)
Duration: 1' 30"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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La Rédemption de François Villon, H. 209 (1951)
two male voices, orchestra (1.1.1.1/1.2.1.0/cym/str)
Texts: José Bruyr
Music for a radiophonic evocation by José Bruyr.
Duration: 14' 00"
Editions Durand-Salabert-Eschig
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Frankreich
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La Tour de Babel ou Alerte, H. 205 (1951)
for orchestra (pic.1.1.1.1.asx/1.2.2.1/perc(tam.cym.bassdm)/pf.ondesMartinot/str)
Music for the film by Georges Rony.
Duration: 20' 00"
Manuscript
Paul Claudel, H. 206 (1951)
for orchestra (1.1.1.1.asx/pf/str(without db))
Music for the documentary film by André Gillet.
Duration: 14' 00"
Manuscript
Une Cantate de Noël, H. 202 (1952-1953)
for baritone, mixed choir (SATB), children's choir and orchestra (2(pic)2.2.2/4.3.3.0/hp.org/str)
Popular liturgical texts.
Duration: 24' 25"
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Romance en sol mineur, H. 211 (1952)
for flute and piano
Duration: 2' 30"
Gérard Billaudot
14, rue de l'Echiquier
F-75010 Paris
Frankreich
Oedipe-Roi, H. 210 (1952)
Theatre music
for speaking choir and orchestra (1.1.1.1/0.1.1.0/perc(cym.tam.deepdm.highdm.bouteillophone.bassdm)/ondesMartinot)
Texts: Sophocle (Thierry Maulnier)
For the tragedy by Sophocles in the translation into french by Thierry Maulnier.
Duration: 15' 00"
Manuscript
Diskographie
Honegger - Messiaen (Guild Nr. GMCD 7331, 2009)
Interpreten:
Klavierduo Adrienne Soós und Ivo Haag
Werke:
Honegger, Arthur: Symphonie N° 3, H. 186 (1945-1946)
Mit weiteren Werken von: Olivier Messiaen
20th Century. Swiss Organ Music (Guild Nr. 7285, 2005)
Werke:
Honegger, Arthur: Fugue et choral, H. 14 (1917)
Martin, Frank: Agnus Dei (1962)
Martin, Frank: Passacaille (1944)
Mit weiteren Werken von: Paul Müller-Zürich, Hans Vollenweider, Ernst Hess, Conrad Beck, Max Kuhn
Info: www.fonoteca.ch
Honegger: Le Roi David (Decca Nr. 425 621-2, 1990)
Werke:
Honegger, Arthur: Le Roi David, H. 37 C (1923)
Info: www.fonoteca.ch
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