Onésime Philemon Legouix (1809-1867) started a music retail store and publishing business about 1839. It passed from father to son: Gustave Legouix (1844-1916) in 1867 and then Robert Legouix in 1919. The store Libraire Musicale R. Legouix, was still in operation in 1960 at the same address. Onésime Legouix's older son Isidore-Edouard Legouix, (1834-1916) was a composer. A publisher named Napoléon Legouix operated in Paris from ca.1832 until 1869 but it is not known what relationship, if any, existed between the two.
Plate numbers are in the following formats: O.L.G. ###. Dates in italics are estimated.
|298||Godefroid||Le réveil des fauvettes, Op.90|
|432||Demersseman||Grand Air Varie No.3, Op.11||1860|
|602||Depas||Piano Trio No.6, Op.90||1862|
|624||Demersseman||Fantaisie concertante, Op.36||1863|
|691||Legouix||Un Othello (vocal score)||1863|
|760||Legouix||Le lion de St. Marc (vocal score)||1866|
|847||Legouix||Le vengeur (vocal score)||1869|
|857||Legouix||L'ours et l'amateur des jardins (vocal score)||1870|