This firm operated from 1882 to 1909, publishing sacred vocal music, several operas, and organ music, with a few exceptions, including String Quartet, Op.12, by Louis Vierne (1890), a "Andante et Polonaise de concert pour violon et piano" by cofounder Albert Parvy and a Legend for violin by A. Dodement (in 1887 ca. and in 1903), etc. The main composers were Vierne, L Mintier, Rénaud de Vilbac, E. Bruneau and Théodore Dubois. Production was fairly slow, according to the BNF catalog: 178 works in 27 years. Heugel acquired part of the catalog in 1904.
Imprints, Addresses, Agencies
Pérégally & Parvy's plate numbers, using the form P.P.. ####, appear to have been issued in a fairly regular chronological fashion. Dates in italics are estimated. The imprint Parvy used the prefix A.G.P.; see the below table.
Plate Prefix P.P.
Plate Prefix A.G.P.