This Parisian firm published music for wind band (fanfare and harmonie), solo wind instruments and piano from 1902 to 1954. It was founded by the cornettist and popular music composer Fernand Andrieu (1863-1935) and his brother Gaston (1860-1915), who had run his own publishing firm from 1885. Typical composers were Marcel Lacoste (d.1922) Marc Delmas (1885—1931) Leonard Gautier (d.1935) and Fernand Andrieu (1863-1935). In the 1930s Andrieu frères also sold clarinets and saxophones. The current Andrieu frères is a vignoble near Toulouse.
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Note: Publication dates in italics are estimated.
|1344||Andrieu||Plaisirs d'été, Op.254||1912|
|1412||Delmas||Choral et variations, Op.37||1914|
|2000||Niverd||Pièce romantique, for clarinet & piano||1927|
|5425||Delmas||Complainte et air de ballet, for oboe & piano||1938|