Music publishing firm that operated in Paris beginning in 1865. After the retirement of the founding partner Félix Mackar in 1896 the firm became known became known by the surviving partner's name A. Noël (later P. Noël) which continued in operation at least until 1950.
Imprints, Addresses, Agencies
- Félix Mackar et Gresse (1865–ca.1868)
- Félix Mackar (1868–1889)
- F. Mackar et Noël (1889–1896)
- A. Noël (1896–1940)
- P. Noël (1947–?)
- Paris, 22 Passage des Panoramas (1865–1894)
- Paris, 22-23 Passage des Panoramas (1895–1907)
- Paris, 23 Avenue de Messine (1908–1912)
- Paris, 32 Place St. Georges (1913–1917)
- Paris, 24 Boulevard des Capucines (1918–?)
It appears probable that Mackar (and later Noël) followed the habit of altering the plate number prefix when re-issuing older works to match the plate prefix then in use by the company.
Félix Mackar et Gresse
Plate numbers are in the format of F.M. et G. ###. Dates in parentheses are estimated.
Plate numbers are in the format of F.M. ###. Dates in parentheses are estimated.
Mackar et Noël
Plate numbers are in the format of M.N. ### or M. et N. ###. Dates in parentheses are estimated.
Plate Composer Work Year Lefebvre Méditation, Op.68 (arr. organ) (1889) 1019 Lefebvre String Quartet No.1, Op.80 (arr. piano solo) 1891 1090 Chabrier Marche des Cipayes (1891) 1091 Marty 5 Pieces (1891) 1297 Chauvet 4 Morceaux (No.3 arr. for organ) 1894 1592 Salomé Organ Sonata No.1, Op.25 (second edition) 1660 Maréchal Antar, poème symphonique (score & pts) 1897 2021 Tchaikovsky 6 Pieces, Op.21 (1896?) 4145 Galos Nocturne No.3, Op.17
Plate Composer Work Year 5157–5160 Quef 4 Noëls, Op.26 1904 5396 Tournemire Piano Trio, Op.22 (sc&pts) 1905