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History

The Paris publishing firm's origins go back to the composer Antoine-Marcel Lemoine (1763-1816), who started the firm in 1796. His eldest son François Lemoine (1782–1839) started publishing music independently in 1812 under the imprint Lemoine aîné, which continued operations under his widow for a decade after his death (1849). The second son, composer Henry Lemoine (1786-1854), a student of Anton Reicha, inherited the original company in 1816 and expanded the company's holdings considerably - publishing music of Chopin and the first edition of Hector Berlioz' Traité d’instrumentation. Engraving and printing facilities were added in 1858 and the 600-title series Le Panthéon des pianistes was initiated shortly thereafter. Further expansion took place with the acquisition of the Schonenberger catalog (1875) and Grus (1935). The company continues operation to the present day in Paris under its director Pierre Lemoine.

Imprints, Addresses, Agencies

Imprints

  • Lemoine
  • Lemoine aîné (1812-1849)
  • Henry Lemoine
  • H. Lemoine & Fils
  • H. Lemoine & Cie.

Addresses

Paris - Main office

  • 256, rue Saint-Honoré (before 1815-?)
  • 20, rue de l'Ancienne Comédie (1830)
  • 9, rue de l'Echelle (1823-1853)
  • 17, rue Pigalle (shop) & 256, rue Saint-Honoré (for printing house) (1854-? )
  • 27, Boulevard Beaumarchais (present)

Bruxelles

  • 45, rue de la Régence (?-1890-?)
  • 44, rue de l'Hôpital (?-1876-1907-?)

Plate Numbers

Years- - Plate numbers-
1815/1834 323 - 1609
1835/1854 1610 - 4075
1855/1874 4076 - 7775
1875/1894 7778 - 18,261
1895/1914 18,262 - 21,200
Complete details year after year available on Lemoine Plate numbers 1815/1914
Plate Composer Work Year
00201 Hummel Jean de Finlande, Op.43 before 1815
00360 Hérold La clochette (f.s.) (1817?)
00802 Dussek Piano Sonata No.3, Op.9 No.3 (1823)
00929 Herz Fantasy and Rondo on a Cavatine from Bellini's 'La Zelmire', Op.12 (1824)
01212-4 Herz 3 Nocturnes Caracteristiques, Op.45 (1828)
01221 Hiller Piano Quartet No.1, Op.1 (1829)
01292 Coste Le Montagnard, Op.34 (1830)
01473 Bertini Piano Sextet No.2, Op.85 (1834)
01625 Kalkbrenner Grande Fantaisie 'Effusio Musica', Op.68 (1835)
01688 Bertini Rondeau brillant, Op.37 (1836)
02917 Bertini 25 Etudes, Op.66 (1844)
03042 Dreyschock Fantaisie, Op.31 (1845)
03120 Franchomme Cello Concerto No.1, Op.33 (1846)
03338 Osborne Sextet, Op.63 (1847)
03411 Gutmann 2 Mazurkas, Op.9 (1848)
03514 Lefébure-Wély 24 Etudes, Op.23 (1849)
03770 Gutmann Nocturne No.7, Op.20 (1851)
03851 Cramer Mazurka caractéristique, Op.93 (1852)
03905 Ravina 25 Études caractéristiques, Op.3 (1853)
03998 Bovy-Lysberg Fantaisie sur des airs Suisses, Op.41 (1854)
04111 Wels La Harpe magique, Op.24 1856?
04150 Corbeiller La Branche de Saule, Op.34 1856
05523 Massé La reine Topaze (1859)
06252 Bazin Le voyage en Chine (1866)
06331 Graziani, M[ax]. Polka des Sauterelles (piano) 1866
07124 Leybach Fantaisie brillante sur des motifs de Charles VI, Op.139 1871
07150 Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night's Dream, incidental music, Op.61 (Wedding March, arr. Goldner for pf. - Ed.276, PdP) 1871
07394 Chesneau Marche funèbre (1873)
07523 Gounod Marche funèbre d'une marionnette (1874)
07970 Chabeaux Le carnaval de Venise, Op.25 (1876)
07990 Lack Tarentelle, Op.20 (1876)
08061 Salvayre Le bravo (vocal score) (1877)
08139 Gounod Polyeucte (vocal score) 1878
08151 Gounod Vive la France 1878
08235 Franco-Mendès Grand Cello Concerto No.3, Op.46 (1879)
08797 Cristofaro Methode de Mandoline (1884)
08964 Lack Études artistiques, Op.91 (1885)
09068 Hubay Violin Concerto No.1 'Concerto dramatique', Op.21 (trans. violin and piano) 1886
09092 Broutin Ouverture triomphale, Op.13 (arr. 2 pf) (1886)
09213 Thomé Pages d'amour (no.4 - Avril) 1887
09464 Bourgeois Piano Trio, Op.18 (1888)
09608 Carreras La Cubanita (1890)
09712 Lazzari Suite, Op.14 1891
09766 Diet Aubade to words of Collin (baryton) 1891
09849 Pessard La fiancée du trombone à coulisse 1892
09942 Landry Tarentelle No.1, Op.59 (1893)
09947 Dauprat Méthode de Cor (ed. Brémond) (1893)
09985 Landry Valse rose, Op.65 (1893)
18156 Bosch L'Amazone, Op.90 1894
18478 Mulder, J. 20 Pièces pittoresques pour piano, Op.83 (nos.17–20) 1897
18633–34 Büsser O salutaris (by voice type) 1897
18914 Sourilas Suite (sc&pts) 1899
19199 Rousseau La valse (1901)
19562-63 Castro 2 Pieces, Op.12 (1903)
19721 Tariot Apparition 1904
19816 Büsser Minerve, ov. de concert, Op.7 (f.s.) 1905
19846 Pessard Solo de concert, Op.103 1905
19942 Claussmann Organ Sonata No.1, Op.44 1906
20076 Ratez Nouvelles études mélodiques, Op.49 1906
21035 Claussmann 3 Pièces pour grand orgue, Op.56 1913
21990 Emmanuel Sonatine No.5 'Alla Francese', Op.22 1927
22406 Vierne Symphonie No.6, Op.59 1931

Sources Consulted

  • Devries, Anik; Lesure, François. Dictionnaire des éditeurs de musique français - Vol.3 "De 1820 à 1914"
Genève: Minkoff, 1979-1988

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