List of works by Charles Koechlin

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Complete catalogue by Opus number

  • Op.1Rondels (First series), 1890-1894
  • Op.3 – La Vérandah (Leconte de Lisle), 1893
  • Op.4 – Two choruses (for Women’s voices), 1894-1897
  • Op.5Five melodies, 1883-1897
  • Op.6 – Suite (for two pianos) 1896
  • Op.7Four Poems, 1890-1895
  • Op.8Rondels (Second series), 1891-1895
  • Op.9Les Clairs de lune (Leconte de Lisle), April-May 1893
  • Op.11 – La Fin de l’homme (Leconte de Lisle), 1895 (orchestrated 1898-1900)
  • Op.12 – La Lampe du ciel (Leconte de Lisle), 1896
  • Op.13Poèmes d’automne (Second series), 1894-1899
  • Op.14Rondels (Third series), 1896-1899
  • Op.15Three poems (Leconte de Lisle), 1897-1900
  • Op.16 – L’Abbaye (Part 1), 1899-1902
  • Op.17Trois melodies, 1895-1900
  • Op.18Three poems (Extracts from R. Kipling’s Jungle Book, translated by L. Fabulet qnd R. d’Humières), 1899-1901
  • Op.19Suite for piano (4 hands), 1898-1901
  • Op.20 – Au loin (symphonic piece – original version for English horn and piano), 1896-1900
  • Op.21Two Villanelles (Leconte de Lisle), 1896-1901
  • Op.22Four melodies (on poems by P. Verlaine and P. Bourget), 1900-1901
  • Op.23Two melodies (on poems by André Chénier), 1900-1901
  • Op.24Four poems ("de la bonne chanson de P. Verlaine"), 1901-1902
  • Op.27 – En mer, la nuit (symphonic study after The North Sea by H. Heine), 1899-1907
  • Op.28Four melodies, 1902-1907
  • Op.30 – L'Automne (symphonic poem), 1896-1906
  • Op.31Six melodies (on poems by Albert Samain 'Aux flancs du vase'), 1900-1901
  • Op.32a – Four short pieces for piano, violin and horn 1894-1907
  • Op.32b – Two nocturnes for horn, flute and harp or piano, 1904-1912
  • Op.33 – Nocturne for chromatic harp, 1907
  • Op.34 – Three pieces for piano and bassoon, 1899-1907
  • Op.34bis – Three pieces for bassoon, flute and piano, 1899-1907
  • Op.35Four melodies (symphonic poem), 1896-1906
  • Op.36 – Jacob chez Laban (text by Charles Koechlin)(a biblical pastorale in one act), 1896-1908
  • Op.37 – Chant funèbre à la mémoire des jeunes femmes défuntes (double mixed choir, orchestra and organ), 1902-1907
  • Op.38 – Nuit de Walpurgis classique (symphonic poem after P. Verlaine), 1901-1916
  • Op.39Cinq chansons de Bilitis (P. Louys), 1898-1908
  • Op.41Esquisses (two series of twelve pieces for piano), 1905-1915
  • Op.42 – L'Abbaye (Part 2), 1906-1908 (final orchestration in 1920)
  • Op.43 – Two Symphonic Poems, 1898-1916
  • Op.44 – Three melodies, 1907-1916
  • Op.44bis – Suite Javanaise (a transcription for European instruments of Javanese pieces communicated by L. Laloy), April 1910
  • Op.45 – La forêt païenne (orchestral suite), 1911-1920
  • Op.46 – Etudes Antiques (symphonic suite), 1908-1910
  • Op.47 – Two symphonic poems, 1908-1916
  • Op.48 – L'Eté (symphonic poem in two parts), 1908-1911
  • Op.49 – Three chorals (for organ and orchestra), 1912 (orchestration 1920)
  • Op.50 – Ballade (for piano and orchestra), 1913-1919
  • Op.51First String Quartet, 1911-1913
  • Op.52Sonata (for piano and flute), 1911-1913
  • Op.53 – Sonata (for piano and viola), 1906-1915
  • Op.54 – Suite légendaire (for orchestra), 1911-1916 (orchestration 1920)
  • Op.55 – Suite en quator (for flute, violin, viola and piano), 1906-1915
  • Op.56 – Shéhérazde (Book I), 1914-1916
  • Op.57 – Second string quartet (became the first symphony), 1915-1916
  • Op.57bis – First symphony (after the second string quartet), 1915-1916 (orchestration 1927)
  • Op.58 – Sonata (for piano and oboe), 1915-1916
  • Op.59Five Sonatines for Piano, 1915-1916
  • Op.60 – Four "French Sonatines" (for piano, 4 hands), 1919
  • Op.60bis – Four "French Sonatines" (for orchestra), 1919 (orchestration 1930)
  • Op.61(A) – 64 Exercises à deux parties, 1919-1920
  • Op.61(B) – L´École du jeu lié, 1919-1920
  • Op.61(C)Ten Little Easy Pieces (for piano), 1919-1920
  • Op.61(D)Twelve Little Easy Pieces (for piano), 1919-1920
  • Op.62 – Rhapsody on French Songs (orchestral suite), 1916
  • Op.63Paysages et marines (collection of six pieces for piano), finished 1916
  • Op.64Sonata (violin and piano), April 1916
  • Op.65 – Les Heures Persanes (16 pieces for piano after Vers Ipahan by Pierre Loti), 1916-1919 (orchestration 1921) ("oeuvre posthume") (piano version published in 1987; orchestration available for hire)
  • Op.66 – Sonata (for cello and piano), April 1917
  • Op.67 – La divine vesprée (ballet), 1917-1918
  • Op.68 – Dissolution (Paul Claudel) (Soprano and piano), 1918
  • Op.69 – Hymne à la vie (orchestra and double choir), 1918-1919
  • Op.70 – Sonata (horn and piano), 1918-1925
  • Op.70bis – Poem for horn and orchestra (orchestral version of the sonata), 1918-1925 (orchestration 1927)
  • Op.71 – Sonata (for bassoon and piano), August 1918
  • Op.72Third string quartet, 1917-1921
  • Op.73 – Chorals on themes by G. Fauré (for choir), 1919
  • Op.73bisChoral on the letters in Fauré's name, for strings, 1922 (orchestration 1933)
  • Op.74 – Harmonization of canticle 31, 1920
  • Op.75Sonata (for two flutes), 1918-1920
  • Op.75bis – Pastorale (for flute, clarinet and piano), 1917-1921
  • Op.76(A) – Three chorals (for orchestra), 1919-1920
  • Op.76(B) – Two chorals (for small orchestra), 1919-1920
  • Op.76(A) – Three chorals (for small orchestra), 1919-1920
  • Op.77 – Pastorales (twelve pieces for piano), completed 1920
  • Op.78 – Twelve chorals, April-May 1921
  • Op.79 – Fifteen chorals (horn and piano), June-July 1921
  • Op.80 – First Quintet (for piano and strings), 1920-1921
  • Op.82 – Chorals on themes by J.S. Bach (second series), May 1922- Feb 1923
  • Op.83 – Twenty Chorals, summer 1923
  • Op.83bis – Piano piece, 27 June 1932
  • Op.84 – Shéhérazde (Book II) Melodies on poems by Tristan Klingsor, 1922-1923
  • Op.85 – First Sonata for clarinet and piano, August 1923
  • Op.86 – Second Sonata for clarinet and piano, August 1923
  • Op.87Four new sonatines for piano, August 1923 - October 1924
  • Op.88 – Four School Fugues (on subjects by Ch. Koechlin and his son Jean-Michel), September 1923
  • Op.89 – Creation of lessons on dealing with harmony, December 1922 - October 1924
  • Op.90(A) – Four chorals (in the form of canons for organ), September-October 1924
  • Op.90(B) – Choral in F minor (for organ), September-October 1924
  • Op.91 – Divertissement (for three flutes, including one alto flute), 1923-1924
  • Op.92 – Trio for flute, clarinet and bassoon, October 1924
  • Op.93 – Examples to clarify the rules of counterpoint, completed 1925
  • Op.95 – La course de printemps (symphonic poem after Jungle Book by R. Kipling), 1911 (orchestration 1925-1927)
  • Op.98(A) – Trois réalisations (on a basse donnée by Renée-Philippart. Organ.), April 1927
  • Op.98(B) – Offertory (for the wedding of Mme Renée-Philippart Gonzales), April 1927
  • Op.100 – Four school fugues (published in l'Etude sur l'écriture de la fugue)
  • Op.100bis – Two school fugues (one on a subject by A. Gédalge, the other on a subject by H. Rabaud - published in l'Etude sur l'écriture de la fugue)
  • Op.101 – Fourteen chants (for organ), summer 1928
  • Op.104 – Two melodies, summer 1923 & 1927
  • Op.106 – The Bride of a God [original title in English] (symphonic poem, in collaboration with C. Urner), 1929
  • Op.107 – Three Sonatines (for organ), autumn 1929
  • Op.108 – Nine singing exercises, autumn 1929
  • Op.110 – Hymne au jour or Hymne for ondes Martenot and orchestra (from the Symphonie d'Hymnes), September 1929, orchestration 1932
  • Op.112 – No. 2 - Fugue in F minor (for orchestra), 13-18 July 1931, orchestration 1932
  • Op.115 – Twenty Breton songs (for cello and piano), summer 1931
  • Op.115bis – Twenty Breton songs (for cello and orchestra), orchestration 1934
  • Op.117 – Twenty chorals (of a modal nature, No. 6 orchestrated), Autumn 1931, orchestration 28 February 1941
  • Op.117bis – Five chorals in a Middle-Ages style (for orchestra), September 1931, orchestration 1932
  • Op.118Solfège modal, 1932
  • Op.119 – Sixty easy exercises in a monodic style for the work entitled: Solfège modal, May 1932
  • Op.120 – Modal songs and singing exercises (monodic, for Solfège modal), May 1932
  • Op.121 – Symphonic fugue "Saint-George", June-July 1932, orchestration August-September 1932
  • Op.122 – Two fugues (for string quartet), August-September 1932
  • Op.123 – Twenty Sonneries for hunting horns (first series), 28-30 October 1932
  • Op.124L'Ancienne maison de campagne (suite for piano), December 1932 - January 1933
  • Op.127 – Hymne au soleil or "Fugal choral in C" for orchestra (symphony of hymns), February 1933
  • Op.129 – Vers la voûte étoilée, nocturne. (symphonic poem to the memory of Camille Flammarion), 1923-1933 (orchestration September 1933)
  • Op.130 – Sur les flots lointains (symphonic poem - chant by C. Urner), July-August 1933, orchestration 1 November 1933
  • Op.132 – The Seven Stars' Symphony [original title in English] (symphonic suite), July-August 1933, orchestration September 1933
  • Op.133 – No. 2 - fugue for strings, September-November 1933
  • Op.134 – L'Andalouse dans Barcelone ["The Andalusian in Barcelona"] (music for the film: Croisières avec l'Escarde, November 1933
  • Op.136 – Twelve chorals (on themes by J.S. Bach), 29 December 1933 - 7 January 1934
  • Op.138 – "Libérons Thaelmann" (chorus with piano or orchestra), 24-25 June 1934
  • Op.139 – L'Album de Lilian (Book I) (for various combinations of instrument and voice), August 1934
  • Op.140 – Le portrait de Daisy Hamilton (Sketchbook for an imaginary film. 89 pieces for piano), Nos. 1-65 August-December 1934, Nos. 66-89 January-August 1935
  • Op.141 – Les Confidances d'un joueur de clarinette (music for a film based on Erckmann-Chatrian's novel), November-December 1934
  • Op.142 – Twenty Sonneries for hunting horns (second series), January 1935
  • Op.144 – Solfège progressif à une voix, 4-14 March 1935
  • Op.145 – Solfège progressif à deux voix (40 a cappella duos), 23-28 April 1935
  • Op.146 – Solfège progressif à trois voix, (20 a cappella trios), 23-28 April 1935
  • Op.147bis – Tu crois au beau soleil (Louis XIII song documented by Martin Mersenne) Wind orchestra, 15-20 June 1935
  • Op.148 – Hymne à la jeunesse (symphonic poem based on the first chapter of André Gide's Voyage d'Urien) Symphony of hymns, September 1934, orchestration 1935
  • Op.149 – L'Album de Lilian (Book II), June-August 1935
  • Op.150 – Religious choruses (a cappella), 22 August - 2 September 1935
  • Op.151 – Seven songs for Gladys (The Gladys from "Calais-Dover") Lyrics by Koechlin, 26 August - 3 September 1935
  • Op.152 – Fifteen Vocalises (for voice and piano in all major keys), August-September 1935
  • Op.153 – Chorals pour fêtes de plein air (wind orchestra), August-September 1935, Nos. III & IV orchestrated August-September 1936
  • Op.153bis – Ten Sonneries for hunting horns, 1935
  • Op.154 – Fifteen Vocalises (for voice and piano in all minor keys), October 1935
  • Op.155 – Modal sonatine (for flute and clarinet), December 1935 - January 1936
  • Op.155bis – Idylle (for two clarinets or for violin and viola), May 1936
  • Op.156 – Primavera (quintet for flute, violin, viola, cello and harp), February-April 1936
  • Op.157 – Fourteen chants for solo flute, April 1936
  • Op.157bis – Fourteen chants for flute and piano (the same as those in opus 157), April 1936
  • Op.157ter – Funeral March (Three versions: symphonic orchestra, wind orchestra, brass band), April 1936
  • Op.158 – "Liberté", incidental music for the end of the second act of "14 Juillet" by R. Rolland (orchestra and choir), May-June 1936
  • Op.159 – La méditation de Purum Baghat (symphonic poem based on The Jungle Book by R. Kipling), August-September 1936
  • Op.159bis – Chanson de Mélisande (orchestration of Chanson de Mélisande by G. Fauré), 27 August 1936
  • Op.160 – Les eaux vives (orchestral music for the Fêtes de la lumière at the 1937 Exposition Universelle), October-November 1936
  • Op.161 – Final du requiem pour les pauvres bougres (part of the six chorals for funeral ceremonies for large organ with required pedal, May-June 1937
  • Op.163 – Dances for Ginger (suite for piano), July-September 1937
  • Op.164 – Jean Harlow's Epitaph (for flute, saxophone and piano), July-October 1937
  • Op.165Septet for wind instruments (flute, oboe, English horn, clarinet, alto saxophone, horn and bassoon), June-August 1937
  • Op.167 – "Victoire de la vie", film music / "L'Hôpital", score fragment, February 1938
  • Op.168 – 40 various chorals for modal-style organ (No. 24 is part of the six chorals for funeral ceremonies for large organ with required pedal. Nos. 6, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 25, 30bis and 37 are part of the 24 short chorals for organ with or without pedal), January-April 1938
  • Op.169 – Alceste (a cappella for Euripides's Alceste, based on H. Marchand's translation), July 1938
  • Op.170 – La cité nouvelle (Dream of the future). Symphonic poem, August 1938.
  • Op.171 – Le Buisson ardent. Symphonic poem based on an episode in Jean Christophe by R. Roland.
  • Op.172 – Forty chorals for organ. Modal polyphony. April-May 1938 - May 1939
  • Op.173 – Short pieces for clarinet and French horn, Autumn 1938
  • Op.173bis – Two pieces for clarinet and piano, January 1939
  • Op.174 – Vers le soleil (8 monodies for ondes Martenot), May-July 1939
  • Op.175 – La Loi de la jungle (symphonic poem based on R. Kipling's The Jungle Book), July 1939 (orchestration December 1939)
  • Op.176 – Les Bandar-Log (Monkey scherzo). Symphonic poem based on R. Kipling's The Jungle Book. July-August 1939 (orchestration January 1940)
  • Op.177 – Le Jeu de la nativité (suite for orchestra), November 1941
  • Op.178 – Fourteen pieces for clarinet and piano, January-February 1942
  • Op.179 – Five pieces for English horn and piano / Six pieces for oboe d'amore and piano / Twelve pieces for oboe and piano. February-March 1942
  • Op.180(I) – Fifteen pieces for horn and piano, April 1942
  • Op.180(II) – Allegro for 4 hunting horns, April 1942
  • Op.180(III) – Nocturne for 4 hunting horns, April 1942
  • Op.180(IV) – Seven pieces for saxophone and piano, April 1942
  • Op.184 – Three sonatines for solo flute, October 1942
  • Op.185 – Suite for solo English horn, November 1942
  • Op.186 – Duos for two saxophones / Twenty-four lessons for soprano and contralto duo. December 1942
  • Op.187 – Musical offering based on Bach's name. Autumn 1942 (orchestration March-April 1946)
  • Op.188 – Fifteen études for alto saxophone and piano, January 1943
  • Op.192 – One hundred themes for organ improvisations, Spring 1943
  • Op.193 – Silhouettes de comédie (12 pieces for bassoon and orchestra), 1942-1943
  • Op.194 – Two sonatines for oboe d'amore (or soprano saxophone), 2 flutes, clarinet, 2 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos and harpsichord. September 1942 - August 1943
  • Op.195 – Fifteen duos for two clarinets, 1943-1944
  • Op.196 – Second symphony, 1943-1944
  • Op.197 – Les Chants de Kervelean (suite for piano), November 1943 (based on melodies written June 1940)
  • Op.198 – Les Chants de Nectaire (1st series), 32 pieces based on A. France's La Révolte des Anges for solo flute, spring 1944
  • Op.199 – Les Chants de Nectaire (2nd series) "Dans la forêt antique", spring 1944
  • Op.200 – Les Chants de Nectaire (3rd series) "Prières, danses et cortèges pour les Dieux familiers", 32 pieces, Spring-Summer 1944
  • Op.201 – Adagio for organ
  • Op.202 – Le Docteur Fabricius (symphonic poem based on a novella by Charles Dollfus, 1941-1944 (orchestration August 1946. Published 2006))
  • Op.203 – Le buisson ardent, Part I (symphonic poem based on an episode in R. Roland's Jean-Christophe), August-September 1945 (orchestration November 1945)
  • Op.205 – Partita (suite for orchestra) / Sarabande [extracted from Partita] (for piano) / Calme sur la mer [extracted from Partita] (for ondes Martenot and orchestra), November-December 1945
  • Op.206 – Reed trio (for oboe, clarinet and bassoon), 20-24 December 1945
  • Op.208 – Twelve little easy pieces for piano, February 1946
  • Op.209Fifteen preludes for piano (no. 15 for four hands, no. 14 and “two preludes” for organ), February 1946
  • Op.210 – L'Ame heureuse (ballad for orchestra, in two scenes), 1947
  • Op.211 – Organ Adagio, 1947
  • Op.212 – Four vocalises for voice and piano, April 1947
  • Op.212bis – Nos. 3 & 4 transcribed for organ. Part of the ten Chorals and one Prelude for organ, August 1947
  • Op.213 – Twelve monodies for various instruments, April 1947
  • Op.213bis – Two vocalises for voice and piano, 25-30 May 1947
  • Op.216 – Seven monodies for solo clarinet / Le Repos de Tityre (for oboe d’amore solo), May 1948
  • Op.218 – Piece for flute and piano, 1 May 1948
  • Op.218bis – Piece for solo horn, 30 May 1948
  • Op.220 – Monody for musical saw, 5 September 1948
  • Op.221 – Sonata for seven (for oboe, harpsichord [or harp], 2 violins, viola, flute and cello), 8 August 1949
  • Op.222 – "Voyages". Danced film. Ballet with 4 interludes, including a few extracts from the Seven Stars' Symphony), June-July 1947
  • Op.223 – Second quintet for flute, violin, viola, cello and harp, 1949
  • Op.224 – Stèle funéraire to the memory of Paul Dommel (for 3 flutes in turn, in G, small and large, March 1950
  • Op.225 – Fifteen motets (in archaic a cappella style, some with a few instruments), 8-9 June 1950

Works for piano

Two hands

  • Op.41Esquisses (two series of twelve pieces for piano), 1905-1915
  • Op.50 – Ballade (for piano and orchestra), 1913-1919
  • Op.59 – Five Sonatines for piano, 1915-1916
  • Op.61(A) – Twelve Little Pieces (for piano), 1919-1920
  • Op.61(B) – Ten Little Easy Pieces (for piano), 1919-1920
  • Op.61(C) – 64 Easy Two-Part Exercises for Beginners (for piano), 1919-1920
  • Op.61(D)Ecole du jeu lié (exercises for piano), 1919-1920
  • Op.63 – Paysages et marines (collection of six pieces for piano), finished 1916
  • Op.65 – Les Heures Persanes (16 pieces for piano after Vers Ipahan by Pierre Loti), 1916-1919
  • Op.77 – Pastorales (twelve pieces for piano), completed 1920
  • Op.83bis – Piano piece, 27 June 1932
  • Op.87 – Four new sonatines for piano, August 1923 - October 1924
  • Op.124 – L'Ancienne maison de campagne (suite for piano), December 1932 - January 1933
  • Op.139 – L'Album de Lilian (Book I) (for various combinations of instrument and voice), August 1934
  • Op.140 – Le portrait de Daisy Hamilton (Sketchbook for an imaginary film. 89 pieces for piano), Nos. 1-65 August-December 1934, Nos. 66-89 January-August 1935
  • Op.149 – L'Album de Lilian (Book II), June-August 1935
  • Op.163 – Dances for Ginger (suite for piano), July-September 1937
  • Op.197 – Les Chants de Kervelean (suite for piano), November 1943 (based on melodies written June 1940)
  • Op.205 – Partita (suite for orchestra) / Sarabande [extracted from Partita] (for piano) / Calme sur la mer [extracted from Partita] (for ondes Martenot and orchestra), November-December 1945
  • Op.208 – Twelve little easy pieces for piano, February 1946
  • Op.209 – Fifteen preludes for piano (No. 15 is for 4 hands), February 1946

Four hands

  • Op.19Suite for piano (4 hands), 1898-1901
  • Op.60 – Four "French Sonatines" (for piano, 4 hands), 1919
  • Op.209 – Twelve preludes for piano, February 1946

Two pianos

  • Op.6 – Suite (for two pianos) 1896

Piano and orchestra

  • Op.50 – Ballade (for piano and orchestra), 1913-1919

Works for organ

Without accompaniment

  • Op.16 – L’Abbaye (Part 1), 1899-1902
  • Op.42 – L'Abbaye (Part 2), 1906-1908 (final orchestration in 1920)
  • Op.49 – Three chorals (for organ and orchestra), 1912 (orchestration 1920)
  • Op.78 – Twelve chorals, April-May 1921
  • Op.79 – Fifteen chorals (horn and piano), June-July 1921
  • Op.83 – Twenty Chorals, summer 1923
  • Op.82 – Chorals on themes by J.S. Bach (second series), May 1922- Feb 1923
  • Op.90(A) – Four chorals (in the form of canons for organ), September-October 1924
  • Op.90(B) – Choral in F minor (for organ), September-October 1924
  • Op.98(B) – Offertory (for the wedding of Mme Renée-Philippart Gonzales), April 1927
  • Op.101 – Fourteen chants (for organ), summer 1928
  • Op.107 – Three Sonatines (for organ), autumn 1929
  • Op.117 – Twenty chorals (of a modal nature, No. 6 orchestrated), Autumn 1931, orchestration 28 February 1941
  • Op.136 – Twelve chorals (on themes by J.S. Bach), 29 December 1933 - 7 January 1934
  • Op.161 – Final du requiem pour les pauvres bougres (part of the six chorals for funeral ceremonies for large organ with required pedal, May-June 1937
  • Op.168 – 40 various chorals for modal-style organ (No. 24 is part of the six chorals for funeral ceremonies for large organ with required pedal. Nos. 6, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 25, 30bis and 37 are part of the 24 short chorals for organ with or without pedal), January-April 1938
  • Op.172 – Forty chorals for organ. Modal polyphony. April-May 1938 - May 1939
  • Op.192 – One hundred themes for organ improvisations, Spring 1943
  • Op.201 – Adagio for organ
  • Op.209 – Fifteen preludes for piano (no. 14 and “two preludes” for organ), February 1946
  • Op.211 – Organ Adagio, 1947
  • Op.212bis – Nos. 3 & 4 transcribed for organ. Part of the ten Chorals and one Prelude for organ, August 1947

With orchestra

  • Op.16 – L’Abbaye (Part 1), 1899-1902
  • Op.37 – Chant funèbre à la mémoire des jeunes femmes défuntes (double mixed choir, orchestra and organ), 1902-1907
  • Op.42 – L'Abbaye (Part 2), 1906-1908 (final orchestration in 1920)
  • Op.49 – Three chorals (for organ and orchestra), 1912 (orchestration 1920)
  • Op.54 – Suite légendaire (for orchestra), 1911-1916 (orchestration 1920)
  • Op.69 – Hymne à la vie (orchestra and double choir), 1918-1919
  • Op.95 – La course de printemps (symphonic poem after Jungle Book by R. Kipling), 1911 (orchestration 1925-1927)
  • Op.117 – Twenty chorals (of a modal nature, No. 6 orchestrated), Autumn 1931, orchestration 28 February 1941
  • Op.159 – La méditation de Purum Baghat (symphonic poem based on The Jungle Book by R. Kipling), August-September 1936
  • Op.171 – Le Buisson ardent. Symphonic poem based on an episode in Jean Christophe by R. Roland.
  • Op.177 – Le Jeu de la nativité (suite for orchestra), November 1941
  • Op.187 – Musical offering based on Bach's name. Autumn 1942 (orchestration March-April 1946)
  • Op.196 – Second symphony, 1943-1944
  • Op.202 – Le Docteur Fabricius (symphonic poem based on a novella by Charles Dollfus, 1941-1944 (orchestration August 1946)
  • Op.203 – Le buisson ardent, Part I (symphonic poem based on an episode in R. Roland's Jean-Christophe), August-September 1945 (orchestration November 1945)

Works for flute

Without accompaniment

  • Op.157 – Fourteen chants for solo flute, April 1936
  • Op.184 – Three sonatines for solo flute, October 1942
  • Op.198 – Les Chants de Nectaire (1st series), 32 pieces based on A. France's La Révolte des Anges for solo flute, spring 1944
  • Op.199 – Les Chants de Nectaire (2nd series) "Dans la forêt antique", spring 1944
  • Op.200 – Les Chants de Nectaire (3rd series) "Prières, danses et cortèges pour les Dieux familiers", 32 pieces, Spring-Summer 1944

Two flutes

Three flutes

  • Op.91 – Divertissement (for three flutes, including one alto flute), 1923-1924
  • Op.224 – Stèle funéraire to the memory of Paul Dommel (for 3 flutes in turn, in G, small and large, March 1950

Flute and piano

  • Op.52Sonata (for piano and flute), 1911-1913
  • Op.139 – L'Album de Lilian (Book I) (for various combinations of instrument and voice), August 1934
  • Op.149 – L'Album de Lilian (Book II), June-August 1935
  • Op.157bis – Fourteen chants for flute and piano (the same as those in opus 157), April 1936
  • Op.218 – Piece for flute and piano, 1 May 1948

Works for oboe

Oboe and piano

  • Op.58 – Sonata (for piano and oboe), 1915-1916
  • Op.179 – Twelve pieces for oboe and piano. February-March 1942

Works for English Horn

Without accompaniment

  • Op.185 – Suite for solo English horn, November 1942

English horn and piano

  • Op.20 – Au loin (symphonic piece – original version for English horn and piano), 1896-1900
  • Op.179 – Five pieces for English horn and piano, February-March 1942

Works for oboe d’amore

Without accompaniment

  • Op.216 – Seven monodies for solo clarinet / Le Repos de Tityre (for oboe d’amore solo), May 1948

Oboe d’amore and piano

  • Op.179 –Six pieces for oboe d'amore and piano, February-March 1942

Oboe d’amore and chamber orchestra

  • Op.194 – Two sonatines for oboe d'amore (or soprano saxophone), 2 flutes, clarinet, 2 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos and harpsichord. September 1942 - August 1943

Works for clarinet

Without accompaniment

  • Op.216 – Seven monodies for solo clarinet

Two clarinets

  • Op.155bis – Idylle (for two clarinets or for violin and viola), May 1936
  • Op.195 – Fifteen duos for two clarinets, 1943-1944

Clarinet and piano

  • Op.85 – First Sonata for clarinet and piano, August 1923
  • Op.86 – Second Sonata for clarinet and piano, August 1923
  • Op.173bis – Two pieces for clarinet and piano, January 1939
  • Op.178 – Fourteen pieces for clarinet and piano, January-February 1942

Works for Bassoon

Bassoon and piano

  • Op.34 – Three pieces for piano and bassoon, 1899-1907
  • Op.71 – Sonata (for bassoon and piano), August 1918

Bassoon and orchestra

  • Op.193 – Silhouettes de comédie (12 pieces for bassoon and orchestra), 1942-1943

Works for horn

Without accompaniment

  • Op.218bis – Piece for solo horn, 30 May 1948

Horn and piano

  • Op.70 – Sonata (horn and piano), 1918-1925
  • Op.180(I) – Fifteen pieces for horn and piano, April 1942

Horn and orchestra

  • Op.70bis – Poem for horn and orchestra (orchestral version of the sonata), 1918-1925 (orchestration 1927)

Works for trombone

  • Op.42 – L'Abbaye (Part 2) [Movement 5: Interlude for 5 trombones], 1906-1908 (final orchestration in 1920)

Works for saxophone

Two saxophones

  • Op.186 – Duos for two saxophones / Twenty-four lessons for soprano and contralto duo. December 1942

Saxophone and piano

  • Op.180(IV) – Seven pieces for saxophone and piano, April 1942
  • Op.188 – Fifteen études for alto saxophone and piano, January 1943

Soprano saxophone and chamber orchestra

  • Op.194 – Two sonatines for oboe d'amore (or soprano saxophone), 2 flutes, clarinet, 2 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos and harpsichord. September 1942 - August 1943

Works for violin

Violin and piano

Works for viola

Viola and piano

  • Op.53 – Sonata (for piano and viola), 1906-1915

Works for cello

Cello and piano

  • Op.66 – Sonata (for cello and piano), April 1917
  • Op.115 – Twenty Breton songs (for cello and piano), summer 1931

Cello and orchestra

  • Op.115bis – Twenty Breton songs (for cello and orchestra), orchestration 1934

Works for harpsichord

Harpsichord and ondes Martinot

  • Op.149 – L'Album de Lilian (Book II), June-August 1935
    • C - Sicilienne de rêve

In a septet

  • Op.221 – Sonata for seven (for oboe, harpsichord [or harp], 2 violins, viola, flute and cello), 8 August 1949

In a dixtuor

  • Op.194 – Two sonatines for oboe d'amore (or soprano saxophone), 2 flutes, clarinet, 2 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos and harpsichord. September 1942 - August 1943

With orchestra

  • Op.38 – Nuit de Walpurgis classique (symphonic poem after P. Verlaine), 1901-1916

Works for ondes Martinot

Without accompaniment

  • Op.174 – Vers le soleil (8 monodies for ondes Martenot), May-July 1939

Ondes Martinot and harpsichord

  • Op.149 – L'Album de Lilian (Book II), June-August 1935
    • C - Sicilienne de rêve

With orchestra

  • Op.110 – Hymne au jour or Hymne for ondes Martenot and orchestra (from the Symphonie d'Hymnes), September 1929, orchestration 1932
  • Op.202 – Le Docteur Fabricius (symphonic poem based on a novella by Charles Dollfus, 1941-1944 (orchestration August 1946)
  • Op.205 – Partita (suite for orchestra) / Sarabande [extracted from Partita] (for piano) / Calme sur la mer [extracted from Partita] (for ondes Martenot and orchestra), November-December 1945

Other works with ondes Martinot

  • Op.160 – Les eaux vives (orchestral music for the Fêtes de la lumière at the 1937 Exposition Universelle), October-November 1936
  • Op.171 – Le Buisson ardent. Symphonic poem based on an episode in Jean Christophe by R. Roland.
  • Op.187 – Musical offering based on Bach's name. Autumn 1942 (orchestration March-April 1946)
  • Op.196 – Second symphony, 1943-1944
  • Op.202 – Le Docteur Fabricius (symphonic poem based on a novella by Charles Dollfus, 1941-1944 (orchestration August 1946)
  • Op.203 – Le buisson ardent, Part I (symphonic poem based on an episode in R. Roland's Jean-Christophe), August-September 1945 (orchestration November 1945)

Various instruments

Chromatic harp

  • Op.33 – Nocturne for chromatic harp, 1907

Hunting horn

  • Op.123 – Twenty Sonneries for hunting horns (first series), 28-30 October 1932
  • Op.142 – Twenty Sonneries for hunting horns (second series), January 1935
  • Op.153bis – Ten Sonneries for hunting horns, 1935
  • Op.180(II) – Allegro for 4 hunting horns, April 1942
  • Op.180(III) – Nocturne for 4 hunting horns, April 1942

Musical saw

  • Op.220 – Monody for musical saw, 5 September 1948

Various instruments

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