E. Gaudet


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History

Publisher of light concert music and salon pieces of lesser-known composers operated by Emmanuel Gaudet in Paris between ca.1889 and 1933, at which time it was purchased by Salabert. In 1895, Gaudet acquired the catalog of La Fleur and is identified as the successor of that publishing house.

Imprints, Addresses, Agencies

Imprints

  • Gaudet, Éditeur
  • E. Gaudet, Luthier-Éditeur
  • E. Gaudet, Éditeur
  • Emmanuel Gaudet, Éditeur

Addresses

  • Paris, 19 Rue Montmartre (prior to 1895)
  • Paris, 9 Faubourg St. Denis (1895-ca.1925)
  • Paris, 4 Boulevard Bonne-Nouvelle (ca.1905-1933)


Plate Numbers

Plate numbers are in the format of ####.E.G., and occasionally E.G.####. Dates in italics are estimated.

Plate Composer Work Year
2898 Bagarre Séduisante 1897
2910 Boisson Le moulin des amours 1897
2996 Berindoague La danse au salon 1898
3222 Jeanjean Brillantes variations sur 'Le carnaval de Venise' 1900
3228 Balleron Passepied Henri II 1900
3415 Belval Coquerico 1902
3417 Bossy Liqueur Mercier 1902
3693 Wesly L'étendard de la pitié 1906
3716 Wesly L'heure du rêve 1906
3768 Ligner Virtuosité 1906
4041 Gallini Tes yeux que j'aime 1909
4050-53 Lejolivet Les chants rustiques 1909
4086 Anduaga Sal y Sandunga 1910
4190 Lejolivet Fragile amour 1911
4221 Popy Viva el torero (arr. voice & piano) 1911
4223 Rosi Que toi 1911
4235 Van den Helsken Soupir 1911
4342 Patusset Caprice à la hongroise 1913
4810 Popy Spleen (parts) 1921
4926 Vidal Concertino 1922
4946 Popy Egyptia (parts) 1923
5087 Méhul Joseph (Overture, arr. Nardon) 1927

Sources Consulted