L. Jouve


Typical cover

Contents

History

Music publishing firm operating in Paris in the 1870s and 1880s, possibly founded by Louis Jouve (1814-1896).

"Jouve" on cover pages of earlier scores (e.g. from the 1820s) could be a Parisian publisher Hentz or Heintz Jouve, according to the Bibliographie de la France.

Editions

Imprints, Addresses, Agencies

Imprints

  • L. L. Jouve, Éditeur
  • L. Jouve, Éditeur (by 1878)
  • L. & Th. Jouve (by 1884)

Addresses

  • Paris, 48 Rue Lafitte
  • Paris, 60 Rue Taitbout (by 1878)
  • Paris, 16 Rue de la Tour des Dames (by 1884)


Plate Numbers

Jouve's plate numbers were issued in chronological order in at least 4 formats, earlier L.L.J. ### or L.J. ### and later, L.et.Th.J. ### or L & Th.J. ###. Some editions were also given special plate numbers based on the composer's initials. Dates in italics are estimated.

Regular Plates

Plate Composer Work Year
002 Lamothe Exposition-valse 1878
003 Dihau L'appel 1878
005 Dihau Orchestre-valse (arr. piano) 1878
009 Lamothe En palanquin, Op.206 1878
017 Vasseur Pavane-Conti, Op.19 1879
018 Hitz Lise et Thomas, Op.299 1879
022 Villain Sérénade vénitienne 1879
053 Bachmann Fleur d'avril 1880
054 Bachmann Valse des rêves 1880
056 Bachmann Vieille chanson 1880
272 Combescot Sérénade espagnole 1884
273 Combescot Marche hindoue 1884
274 Combescot Souvenir de Vichy 1884
275 Combescot Nocturne No.1 1884
276 Combescot Regrets 1884
277 Combescot Barcarolle 1884
296 Challet Contemplation 1884
301 Courçonnais Spinnlied 1884
306 Defives Marche tunisienne 1884
312 Michel Echos de Provence 1884

Special Plates

Plate Composer Work Year
A.F.24 Flégier Puisque Mai tout en fleurs 1879