List of works by Maurice Ravel

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Contents


The two tables below give the following informaton for works by Maurice Ravel (where applicable):

  • M. — numbers allocated in: Maurice Marnat, Maurice Ravel (Paris: Fayard, 1986). ISBN 2-213-01685-2.
  • Original Author — only given in cases where Ravel arranged or edited a work by another composer.
  • Title — as used on IMSLP; these are usually given in French.
  • Forces — the instrumentation used.
  • Key — the principal key of the work.
  • Date — the year(s) of composition or arrangement, where known.
  • Genre — works are grouped in the following broad categories: Stage, Orchestral, Vocal, Chamber, and Keyboard.
  • Notes — concerning versions of works, texts, etc.

The note "[arr.]" indicates the composer's own arrangement of a work shown elsewhere in the table.


Original Works

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M Title Forces Key Date Genre Notes
M.01 Piano Sonata 1888 Keyboard 1 movement only; lost
M.02 Variations on a Theme by Grieg Piano 1888 Keyboard On the theme of "The Death of Ase" from Peer Gynt (Op.23) by Edvard Grieg
M.03 Variations on a Theme by Schumann Piano 1888 Keyboard On the theme of the chorale "Freu dich, o meine Seele" from the Album für die Jugend (Op.68) by Robert Schumann
M.04 Ballade de la reine morte d'aimer ("En Bohème était une reine") Voice, Piano D minor 1893 Vocal Words by Roland de Marès
M.05 Sérénade grotesque Piano F minor 1892–93 Keyboard
M.06 Un grand sommeil noir Voice, Piano C minor 1895 Vocal Words by Paul Verlaine
M.07 Menuet antique Piano F minor 1895 Keyboard
M.07 Menuet antique [arr.] Orchestral F minor 1929 Orchestral
M.09 Sainte ("À la fenêtre recélant") Voice, Piano G minor 1896 Vocal Words by Stéphane Mallarmé
M.11 La parade 1896 Stage Sketches for an unrealized ballet to a scenario by Antonine Meunier
M.12 Violin Sonata No.1 Violin, Piano A minor 1897 Chamber Sometimes known as "Posthumous Sonata"
Sites auriculaires 2 Pianos 1895–1897 Keyboard
M.08
    Habanera
2 Pianos F minor 1895 Keyboard 1st version of Habanera (M.54/3)
M.13
    Entre cloches
2 Pianos F minor 1897 Keyboard
M.14 Valse Piano D major 1898 Keyboard
M.15 Chanson du rouet ("O mon cher rouet") Voice, Piano E major 1898 Vocal Words by Leconte de Lisle
M.16 Si morne! ("Se replier toujours, sur soi-même") Voice, Piano F minor 1898 Vocal Words by Émile Verhaeren
M.17 Shéhérazade Orchestral 1898 Orchestral 'Ouverture de féerie'
M.17 Shéhérazade [arr.] 2 Pianos 1898 Orchestral
M.18 Olympia 1898–99 Stage Sketches for an unrealized opera based on a story by E.T.A. Hoffman
M.19 Pavane pour une infante défunte Piano G major 1899 Keyboard
M.19 Pavane pour une infante défunte [arr.] Orchestral G major 1910 Orchestral
M.20 Fugue 1899 Keyboard Lost
Epigrammes de Clément Marot (2) Voice, Harpsichord (or Piano) 1896–99 Vocal
M.21
    D'Anne qui me jecta de la neige ("Anne par jeu me jecta de la neige")
Voice, Harpsichord (or Piano) G minor 1899 Vocal Words by Clément Marot
M.10
    D'Anne jouant de l'espinette ("Lorsque je voy en ordre la brunette")
Voice, Harpsichord (or Piano) C minor 1896 Vocal Words by Clément Marot
M.22 Callerhoe 1900 Vocal Lost
M.23 Fugue Piano D major 1900 Keyboard
M.24 Fugue à quatre voix Piano F major 1900 Keyboard On a theme by Reber
M.25 Les Bayadères Soprano, Chorus (SATB), Orchestra 1900 Vocal
M.26 Prelude and Fugue 1900 Keyboard For piano. Lost
M.27 Fugue Piano F major 1900 Keyboard
M.28 Tout est lumière Soprano, Chorus (SATB), Orchestra 1901 Vocal
M.29 Myrrha Soprano, Tenor, Baritone, Orchestra 1901 Vocal Cantata to words by Fernand Beissier, after George Byron
M.30 Jeux d'eau Piano E major 1901 Keyboard
M.31 Semiramis 1902 Vocal Cantata. Lost
M.32 Fugue Piano E major 1902 Keyboard
M.33 La nuit Soprano, Chorus (SATB), Orchestra E major 1902 Vocal
M.34 Alcyone 3 Voices, Orchestra 1902 Vocal Cantata to words by Eugène Adenis and Edouard Adenis, after Ovid
M.35 String Quartet 2 Violins, Viola, Cello F major 1902–03 Chamber
M.36 Fugue Piano E minor 1903 Keyboard
M.37 Matinée de Provence Soprano, Chorus (SATB), Orchestra A major 1903 Vocal
M.38 Alyssa Soprano, Tenor, Baritone, Orchestra 1903 Vocal Cantata to words by Marguerite Coiffier
M.39 Manteau de fleurs Voice, Piano D minor 1903 Vocal Words by Paul Gravollet
M.39 Manteau de fleurs [arr.] Voice, Orchestra D minor  ? Vocal Words by Paul Gravollet
M.40 Sonatine Piano F minor 1903–05 Keyboard
M.41 Shéhérazade Voice, Orchestra 1903 Vocal Unconnected with the overture of the same name (1898)
M.41/1
    Asie
Voice, Orchestra E minor 1903 Vocal Words by Tristan Klingsor
M.41/2
    La flûte enchantée ("L'ombre est douce et ton maître dort")
Voice, Orchestra B major 1903 Vocal Words by Tristan Klingsor
M.41/3
    L'indifférent ("Tes yeux sont doux comme ceux d'une fille")
Voice, Orchestra C minor 1903 Vocal Words by Tristan Klingsor
M.41 Shéhérazade [arr.] Voice, Piano 1903 Vocal Unconnected with the overture of the same name (1898)
M.41/1
    Asie [arr.]
Voice, Piano E minor 1903 Vocal Words by Tristan Klingsor
M.41/2
    La flûte enchantée ("L'ombre est douce et ton maître dort") [arr.]
Voice, Piano B major 1903 Vocal Words by Tristan Klingsor
M.41/3
    L'indifférent ("Tes yeux sont doux comme ceux d'une fille") [arr.]
Voice, Piano C minor 1903 Vocal Words by Tristan Klingsor
M.42 Minuet Piano C minor 1904 Keyboard
M.43 Miroirs (5): Piano 1904–05 Keyboard
M.43/1
    Noctuelles
Piano D major 1904–05 Keyboard
M.43/2
    Oiseaux tristes
Piano E minor 1904–05 Keyboard
M.43/3
    Une barque sur l'océan
Piano F minor 1904–05 Keyboard
M.43/3
    Une barque sur l'océan [arr.]
Orchestral F minor 1906, rev.1926 Orchestral
M.43/4
    Alborada del gracioso
Piano D minor 1904–05 Keyboard
M.43/4
    Alborada del gracioso [arr.]
Orchestral D minor 1918 Orchestral
M.43/5
    La vallée des cloches
Piano C minor 1904–05 Keyboard
Mélodies populaires grecques (5) Voice, Piano 1904–06 Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song
M.A 09
    Chanson de la mariée ("Réveille-toi, perdrix mignonne")
Voice, Piano G minor 1905–06 Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song
M.A 09
    Le réveil de la mariée ("Réveille-toi, perdrix mignonne") [arr. of Chanson de la mariée]
Voice, Orchestra G minor  ? Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song
M.A 10
    Là-bas, vers l'église
Voice, Piano G minor 1905–06 Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song
M.A 04
    Quel galant m'est comparable
Voice, Piano G major 1904 Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song
M.A 05
    Chanson des cueilleuses de lentisques ("O joie de mon âme")
Voice, Piano A major 1904 Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song
M.A 11
    Tout gai!
Voice, Piano B major 1905–06 Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song
M.A 11
    Tout gai! [arr.]
Voice, Orchestra B major  ? Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song
M.A 06
    A vous, oiseaux des plaines
1904 Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song. Lost.
M.A 07
    Chanson de pâtre épirote
1904 Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song. Lost.
M.A 08
    Mon mouchoir, hélas, est perdu
1904 Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song. Lost.
M.44 Fugue Piano C major 1905 Keyboard
M.45 L'aurore Tenor, Chorus (SATB), Orchestra E major 1905 Vocal
M.46 Introduction et Allegro Harp, Flute, Clarinet, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello G major 1905 Chamber
M.46 Introduction et Allegro [arr.] 2 Pianos G major 1905 Keyboard
M.47 Noël des jouets ("Le troupeau verni des moutons") Voice, Piano E minor–E major 1905 Vocal Words by the composer
M.47 Noël des jouets ("Le troupeau verni des moutons") [arr.] Voice, Orchestra E minor–E major 1906, rev.1913 Vocal Words by the composer
M.48 Les grands vents venus d'outre-mer Voice, Piano E major 1906 Vocal Words by Henri de Régnier
M.49 La cloche engloutie 1906–12 Stage Libretto by Ferdinand Hérold, after Gehrardt Hauptmann. Score destroyed by the composer
M.50 Histoires naturelles (5): Voice, Piano 1906 Vocal
M.50/1
    Le paon ("Il va surement se marier aujourd'hui")
Voice, Piano F major 1906 Vocal Words by Jules Renard
M.50/2
    Le grillon ("C'est l'heure où, las d'errer")
Voice, Piano A minor 1906 Vocal Words by Jules Renard
M.50/3
    Le cygne ("Il glisse sur le bassin")
Voice, Piano B major 1906 Vocal Words by Jules Renard
M.50/4
    Le martin-pêcheur ("Ça n'a pas mordu, ce soir")
Voice, Piano F major 1906 Vocal Words by Jules Renard
M.50/5
    La pintade ("C'est la bossue de ma cour")
Voice, Piano E major 1906 Vocal Words by Jules Renard
M.51 Vocalise-étude en forme de Habanera Voice, Piano G minor 1907 Vocal
M.52 L'heure espagnole 5 Voices, Orchestra 1907 Stage Musical comedy in 1 act to a libretto by Franc-Nohain.
M.52 L'heure espagnole [arr.] 5 Voices, Piano 1907 Stage Vocal score
M.53 Sur l'herbe ("L'abbé divague") Voice, Piano C minor 1907 Vocal Words by Paul Verlaine
M.54 Rapsodie espagnole Orchestral 1907 Orchestral
M.54/1
    Prélude à la nuit
Orchestral A minor 1907 Orchestral
M.54/2
    Malaguena
Orchestral A minor 1907 Orchestral
M.54/3
    Habanera
Orchestral F minor 1907 Orchestral 2nd version of Habanera (M.8)
M.54/4
    Feria
Orchestral C major 1907 Orchestral
M.54 Rapsodie espagnole [arr.] 2 Pianos 1907 Keyboard
M.54/1
    Prélude à la nuit [arr.]
2 Pianos A minor 1907 Keyboard
M.54/2
    Malaguena [arr.]
2 Pianos A minor 1907 Keyboard
M.54/3
    Habanera [arr.]
2 Pianos F minor 1907 Keyboard
M.54/4
    Feria [arr.]
2 Pianos C major 1907 Keyboard
M.55 Gaspard de la nuit Piano 1908 Keyboard
M.55/1
    Ondine
Piano C major 1908 Keyboard
M.55/2
    Le gibet
Piano E minor 1908 Keyboard
M.55/3
    Scarbo
Piano B major 1908 Keyboard
M.57 Daphnis et Chloé Orchestral, Chorus (wordless SATB ad lib) A major 1909–12 Stage 'Symphonie chorégraphique' in 3 parts to a libretto by Michel Fokine and the composer, after Longus. See also M.57a, M.57b, M.57c
M.57 Daphnis et Chloé [arr.] Piano, Chorus (wordless SATB ad lib) A major 1910 Stage
M.57a Daphnis et Chloé Suite No.1 Orchestral, Chorus (wordless SATB ad lib) 1911 Orchestral 'Fragments symphoniques'. Extracted from the ballet (1909–12)
M.57a/1
    Nocturne
Orchestral, Chorus (wordless SATB ad lib) 1911 Orchestral
M.57a/2
    Interlude
Orchestral 1911 Orchestral
M.57a/3
    Danse guerrière
Orchestral 1911 Orchestral
M.57b Daphnis et Chloé Suite No.2 Orchestral 1913 Orchestral 'Fragments symphoniques II' Extracted from the ballet (1909–12)
M.57b/1
    Lever de jour
Orchestral 1913 Orchestral
M.57b/2
    Pantomime
Orchestral 1913 Orchestral
M.57b/3
    Danse générale
Orchestral 1913 Orchestral
M.57c Danse gracieuse de Daphnis Piano 1913 Keyboard Extracted from the ballet (1909–12)
M.57c/1
    Nocturne
Piano 1913 Keyboard
M.57c/2
    Interlude et Danse guerrière
Piano 1913 Keyboard
M.57c/3
    Scène de Daphnis et Chloé
Piano 1913 Keyboard
M.A 12 Chanson écossaise ("Vallons, côtaux du fleuve ami")
Voice, Piano A major 1909 Vocal Words by Robert Burns
M.A 13 Tripatos ("Mains qui n'ont pas pu le soleil") Voice, Piano B major 1909 Vocal Words by Michel D. Calvocoressi, after a traditional Greek song
M.58 Menuet sur le nom d'Haydn Piano G major 1909 Keyboard
M.59 Saint François d'Assise 1909–10 Vocal Cantata to words by Fioretti de saint François d'Assise. Lost
M.60 Ma mère l'oye ["Mother Goose"], pièces enfantines (5) Piano (4 hands) 1908–10 Keyboard See also M.62. Popularly known as the "Mother Goose Suite".
M.56
    Pavane de la belle au bois dormant
Piano (4 hands) A minor 1908 Keyboard
M.60/2
    Petit poucet
Piano (4 hands) C minor 1910 Keyboard
M.60/3
    Laideronnette, impératrice des pagodes
Piano (4 hands) F major 1910 Keyboard
M.60/4
    Les entretiens de la belle et de la bête
Piano (4 hands) F major 1910 Keyboard
M.60/5
    Le jardin féerique
Piano (4 hands) C major 1910 Keyboard
M.60 Ma mère l'oye ["Mother Goose"], pièces enfantines (5) [arr.] Orchestral 1911 Orchestral 1st version of M.62. Popularly known as the "Mother Goose Suite".
M.60/1
    Pavane de la belle au bois dormant [arr.]
Orchestral A minor 1911 Orchestral
M.60/2
    Petit poucet [arr.]
Orchestral C minor 1911 Orchestral
M.60/3
    Laideronnette, impératrice des pagodes [arr.]
Orchestral F major 1911 Orchestral
M.60/4
    Les entretiens de la belle et de la bête [arr.]
Orchestral F major 1911 Orchestral
M.60/5
    Le jardin féerique [arr.]
Orchestral C major 1911 Orchestral
M.A 17 Chants populaires Voice, Piano 1910 Vocal
M.A 17/1
    Chanson espagnole ("Adieu, va mon hommme")
Voice, Piano B major 1910 Vocal Words from a traditional Galician song
M.A 17/2
    Chanson française ("Jeanneton où irons-nous garder")
Voice, Piano C major 1910 Vocal Words from a traditional French song
M.A 17/3
    Chanson italienne ("Penchée à ma fenêtre")
Voice, Piano E major 1910 Vocal Words from a traditional Italian song
M.A 17/4
    Chanson hébraïque ("Mayerke, mon fils")
Voice, Piano E minor 1910 Vocal Words from a traditional Yiddish/Hebrew song
M.A 17/4
    Chanson hébraïque ("Mayerke, mon fils") [arr.]
Voice, Orchestra E minor 1923–24 Vocal Words from a traditional Yiddish/Hebrew song
M.61 Valses nobles et sentimentales (8) Piano 1911 Keyboard
M.61/1
    Modéré, très franc
Piano C major 1911 Keyboard
M.61/2
    Assez lent, avec une expression intense
Piano C minor 1911 Keyboard
M.61/3
    Modéré
Piano E inor 1911 Keyboard
M.61/4
    Assez animé
Piano A major 1911 Keyboard
M.61/5
    Presque lent, dans un sentiment intime
Piano E major 1911 Keyboard
M.61/6
    Vif
Piano C major 1911 Keyboard
M.61/7
    Moins vif
Piano C major/A major 1911 Keyboard
M.61/8
    Épilogue. Lent
Piano G major 1911 Keyboard
M.61 Valses nobles et sentimentales (8) [arr] Orchestral 1912 Orchestral Also performed as a ballet, under the title Adelaïde, ou Le langage des fleurs
M.61/1
    Modéré, très franc [arr.]
Orchestral C major 1912 Orchestral
M.61/2
    Assez lent, avec une expression intense [arr.]
Orchestral C minor 1912 Orchestral
M.61/3
    Modéré [arr.]
Orchestral E inor 1912 Orchestral
M.61/4
    Assez animé [arr.]
Orchestral A major 1912 Orchestral
M.61/5
    Presque lent, dans un sentiment intime [arr.]
Orchestral E major 1912 Orchestral
M.61/6
    Vif [arr.]
Orchestral C major 1912 Orchestral
M.61/7
    Moins vif [arr.]
Orchestral C major/A major 1912 Orchestral
M.61/8
    Épilogue. Lent [arr.]
Orchestral G major 1912 Orchestral
M.62 Ma mère l'oye ["Mother Goose"], ballet Orchestral 1911–12 Stage 2nd version of M.60, with additional Prélude, Danse du rouet et scène and interludes
M.63/1 À la manière de Borodine Piano D major 1912–13 Keyboard
M.63/2 À la manière de Chabrier Piano C major 1912–13 Keyboard Paraphrase on an air from Act II of the opera Faust by Charles Gounod
M.64 Poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé (3): Voice, Piccolo, 2 Flutes, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Piano 1913 Vocal
M.64/1
    Soupir ("Mon âme vers ton front où rêve")
Voice, Piccolo, 2 Flutes, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Piano G major 1913 Vocal
M.64/2
    Placet futile ("Princesse! à jalouser le destin")
Voice, Piccolo, 2 Flutes, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Piano F major 1913 Vocal
M.64/3
    Surgi de la croupe et du bond
Voice, Piccolo, 2 Flutes, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Piano C major 1913 Vocal
M.64 Poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé (3) [arr.] Voice, Piano 1913 Vocal
M.64/1
    Soupir ("Mon âme vers ton front où rêve") [arr.]
Voice, Piano G major 1913 Vocal
M.64/2
    Placet futile ("Princesse! à jalouser le destin") [arr.]
Voice, Piano F major 1913 Vocal
M.64/3
    Surgi de la croupe et du bond [arr.]
Voice, Piano C major 1913 Vocal
M.65 Prélude Piano 1913 Keyboard
M.66 Zaspiak-Bat 1913–14 Orchestral Sketches on Basque themes for an unrealized work for piano and orchestra
M.67 Piano Trio Violin, Cello, Piano A minor 1914 Chamber
M.A 22 Mélodies hébraïques (2) Voice, Piano 1914 Vocal
M.A 22/1
    Kaddisch ("Que ta gloire, ô Roi des rois")
Voice, Piano C minor 1914 Vocal Words from a traditional Hebrew song
M.A 22/2
    L'énigme éternelle ("Monde tu nous interroges")
Voice, Piano E minor 1914 Vocal Words from a traditional Hebrew song
M.A 22 Mélodies hébraïques (2) [arr.] Voice, Orchestra 1919 Vocal
M.A 22/1
    Kaddisch ("Que ta gloire, ô Roi des rois") [arr]
Voice, Orchestra C minor 1919 Vocal Words from a traditional Hebrew song
M.A 22/2
    L'énigme éternelle ("Monde tu nous interroges") [arr.]
Voice, Orchestra E minor 1919 Vocal Words from a traditional Hebrew song
M.68 Le tombeau de Couperin Piano 1914–17 Keyboard Suite. Revised as M.68a.
M.68/1
    Prélude
Piano E minor 1914–17 Keyboard 1st version of M.68a/1
M.68/2
    Fugue
Piano E minor 1914–17 Keyboard
M.68/3
    Forlane
Piano E minor 1914–17 Keyboard 1st version of M.68a/2
M.68/4
    Rigaudon
Piano C major 1914–17 Keyboard 1st version of M.68a/4
M.68/5
    Menuet
Piano E minor 1914–17 Keyboard 1st version of M.68a/3
M.68/6
    Toccata
Piano E minor 1914–17 Keyboard
M.68a Le tombeau de Couperin [arr.] Orchestral 1919 Stage Shortened orchestral version of M.68, with different sequence of movements.
M.68a/1
    Prélude [arr.]
Orchestral E minor 1919 Stage 2nd version of M.68/1
M.68a/2
    Forlane [arr.]
Orchestral E minor 1919 Stage 2nd version of M.68/3
M.68a/3
    Menuet [arr.]
Orchestral E minor 1919 Stage 2nd version of M.68/5
M.68a/4
    Rigaudon [arr.]
Orchestral C major 1919 Stage 2nd version of M.68/4
M.69 Chansons (3): Chorus (SATB) 1914–15 Vocal
M.69/1
    Nicolette
Chorus (SATB) 1914–15 Vocal Words by the composer
M.69/2
    Trois beaux oiseaux du paradis
Chorus (SATB) 1914–15 Vocal Words by the composer
M.69/3
    Ronde
Chorus (SATB) 1914–15 Vocal Words by the composer
M.69 Chansons (3) [arr.]: Voice, Piano 1915 Vocal
M.69/1
    Nicolette [arr.]
Voice, Piano 1915 Vocal Words by the composer
M.69/2
    Trois beaux oiseaux du paradis [arr.]
Voice, Piano 1915 Vocal Words by the composer
M.69/3
    Ronde [arr.]
Voice, Piano 1915 Vocal Words by the composer
M.70 Frontispiece 2 Pianos (5 hands) 1918 Keyboard
M.71 L'enfant et les sortilèges Voices, Choruses (SATB, Children), Orchestra 1919–25 Stage 'Fantaisie lyrique' (opera-ballet) in 2 parts, to words by Colette
M.72 La valse Orchestral D major 1919–20 Orchestral 'Poème choréographique'. Also performed as a ballet
M.72 La valse [arr.] Piano D major 1920 Keyboard
M.72 La valse [arr.] 2 Pianos D major 1920 Keyboard
M.73 Sonata for Violin and Cello Violin, Cello A minor–C major 1920–22 Chamber
M.74 Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré Violin, Piano G major 1922 Chamber
M.75 Ronsard à son âme ("Amelette Ronsardelette") Voice, Piano 1923–24 Vocal Words by Douzain de Ronsard
M.75 Ronsard à son âme("Amelette Ronsardelette") [arr.] Voice, Orchestra 1935 Vocal Words by Douzain de Ronsard
M.76 Tzigane Violin, Piano (or Luthéal) D major 1922–24 Chamber 'Rhapsodie de concert''
M.76 Tzigane [arr.] Violin, Orchestra D major 1924 Orchestral
M.77 Violin Sonata No.2 Violin, Piano G major 1923–27 Chamber
M.78 Chansons madécasses (3) Soprano, Flute, Cello, Piano 1925–26 Vocal
M.78/1
    Nahandove ("Nahandove, ô belle Nahandove")
Soprano, Flute, Cello, Piano 1925–26 Vocal Words by Evariste-Désiré Parny de Forges
M.78/2
    Aoua ("Méfiez-vous des Blancs")
Soprano, Flute, Cello, Piano 1925–26 Vocal Words by Evariste-Désiré Parny de Forges
M.78/3
    Il est doux de se coucher
Soprano, Flute, Cello, Piano 1925–26 Vocal Words by Evariste-Désiré Parny de Forges
M.78 Chansons madécasses (3) [arr.] Voice, Piano 1926 Vocal
M.78/1
    Nahandove ("Nahandove, ô belle Nahandove") [arr.]
Voice, Piano 1926 Vocal Words by Evariste-Désiré Parny de Forges
M.78/2
    Aoua ("Méfiez-vous des Blancs") [arr.]
Voice, Piano 1926 Vocal Words by Evariste-Désiré Parny de Forges
M.78/3
    Il est doux de se coucher [arr.]
Voice, Piano 1926 Vocal Words by Evariste-Désiré Parny de Forges
M.79 Rêves ("Un enfant court") Voice, Piano 1927 Vocal Words by Léon-Paul Fargue
M.80 Fanfare Orchestral 1927 Stage Prelude to the ballet L'eventail de Jeanne (collaborative work with 10 other composers)
M.80 Fanfare [arr.] Piano (4 hands) 1927 Keyboard
M.81 Boléro Orchestral C major 1928 Stage
M.81 Boléro [arr.] Piano (4 hands) C major 1929 Keyboard
M.82 Piano Concerto for the Left Hand Piano (left hand), Orchestra D major 1929–30 Orchestral
M.82 Piano Concerto for the Left Hand [arr.] 2 Pianos D major 1930 Orchestral
M.83 Piano Concerto Piano, Orchestra G major 1929–31 Orchestral
M.83 Piano Concerto [arr.] 2 Pianos G major 1932 Orchestral
M.84 Don Quichotte à Dulcinée Baritone, Orchestra 1932–33 Vocal
M.84/1
    Chanson romanesque ("Si vous me disiez que la terre")
Baritone, Orchestra B minor/B major 1932–33 Vocal Words by Paul Morand
M.84/2
    Chanson épique ("Bon Saint Michel qui me donnez loisir")
Baritone, Orchestra F major 1932–33 Vocal Words by Paul Morand
M.84/3
    Chanson à boire ("Foin du bâtard, illustre Dame")
Baritone, Orchestra C major 1932–33 Vocal Words by Paul Morand
M.84 Don Quichotte à Dulcinée [arr.] Baritone, Piano 1932–33 Vocal
M.84/1
    Chanson romanesque ("Si vous me disiez que la terre") [arr.]
Baritone, Piano B minor/B major 1932–33 Vocal Words by Paul Morand
M.84/2
    Chanson épique ("Bon Saint Michel qui me donnez loisir") [arr.]
Baritone, Piano F major 1932–33 Vocal Words by Paul Morand
M.84/3
    Chanson à boire ("Foin du bâtard, illustre Dame") [arr.]
Baritone, Piano C major 1932–33 Vocal Words by Paul Morand
M.85 Morgaine 1932 Vocal Sketches for an unrealized oratorio-ballet for soloists, chorus and orchestra

Arrangements, Transcriptions, Editions

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M Original Author Title Forces Date Genre Notes
M.A 01 Saint-Saëns, Camille La jeunesse d'Hercule Piano (4 hands) 1887 Keyboard Piano reduction
M.A 02 Debussy, Claude Sirènes 2 Pianos 1902 Keyboard Piano reduction of No.3 of Debussy's Nocturnes. See also M.A14/3 (below)
M.A 03 Delius, Frederick Margot la Rouge Voices, Chorus, Piano 1902 Stage Vocal score
M.A 14 Debussy, Claude Nocturnes (3) 2 Pianos (4 hands) 1909 Keyboard Piano reduction
M.A 14/1 Debussy, Claude
    Nuages
2 Pianos (4 hands) 1909 Keyboard Piano reduction
M.A 14/2 Debussy, Claude
    Fêtes
2 Pianos (4 hands) 1909 Keyboard Piano reduction
M.A 14/3 Debussy, Claude
    Sirènes
2 Pianos (4 hands) 1909 Keyboard See also M.A2 (above)
M.A 15 Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay Antar Orchestral 1909 Orchestral Re-orchestration of extracts, including some music from Mlada and romances from Op.4 and Op.7
M.A 16 Debussy, Claude Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune Piano (4 hands) 1910 Keyboard Piano reduction
M.A 18 Satie Erik Prélude Orchestral 1910–11 Orchestral For le fils des étoiles. Orchestration. Lost.
M.A 19 Mussorgsky, Modest Khovanshchina Voices, Chorus, Orchestra 1913 Stage Edited and re-orchestrated (in collaboration with Igor Stravinsky)
M.A 20 Chopin, Frederic Les Sylphides Orchestral 1914 Stage Orchestration of the following piano pieces: Prélude (Op.28/7); Nocturne (Op.32/2); Valse (Op.70/1); Mazurka (Op.33/2); Mazurka (Op.67/3); Prélude (Op.28/7); Valse (Op.64/2); Grande valse brillante (Op.18)
M.A 21 Schumann, Robert Carnaval (Op.9) Orchestral 1914 Orchestral Orchestration of piano piece
M.A 23 Chabrier, Emmanuel Menuet pompeux Orchestral 1917–18 Orchestral Orchestration of No.9 from the Pièces pittoresques for piano
M.A 24 Mussorgsky, Modest Pictures at an Exhibition(Tableaux d'une exposition) Orchestral 1922 Orchestral Orchestration of 10 pieces and 5 interludes
M.A 25 Debussy, Claude Sarabande Orchestral 1922 Orchestral Orchestration of No.2 from Pour le piano
M.A 26 Debussy, Claude Danse Orchestral 1922 Orchestral Orchestration of Tarantelle styrienne for piano