Onésime Philemon Legouix (1809-1867) started a music retail store and publishing business in June of 1839. It passed from father to son: Gustave Legouix (1844-1916) in 1867 and then Robert Legouix in 1919. The store Libraire Musicale R. Legouix, was still in operation in 1960 at the same address. Onésime Legouix's older son Isidore-Edouard Legouix, (1834-1916) was a composer. A publisher named Ernest (later Napoléon) Legouix operated in Paris from ca.1832 until 1873 but the firm of G. Legouix published a letter advertising they had no connection with this firm about two weeks after the former's bankruptcy.
Plate numbers are in the following formats: O.L.G. ###. Dates in italics are estimated.
|298||Godefroid||Le réveil des fauvettes, Op.90|
|432||Demersseman||Grand Air Varie No.3, Op.11||1860|
|602||Depas||Piano Trio No.6, Op.90||1862|
|624||Demersseman||Fantaisie concertante, Op.36||1863|
|691||Legouix||Un Othello (vocal score)||1863|
|760||Legouix||Le lion de St. Marc (vocal score)||1866|
|847||Legouix||Le vengeur (vocal score)||1869|
|857||Legouix||L'ours et l'amateur des jardins (vocal score)||1870|