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“Musique française” is a series designed for students and teachers as well as professionals. These editions offer masterworks in French
music, with performance suggestions and historical and stylistic commentary by noted scholars.

L'Isle joyeuse “Musique française” is a series designed for students and teachers as well as professionals. These editions offer masterworks in French music, with performance suggestions and historical and stylistic commentary by noted scholars. This edition of L’Isle joyeuse is based on printed copies by Éditions Durand that appeared during the composer’s lifetime, as well as the handwritten manuscript kept at the department of music of the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris. The editor Edmond Lemaître has also taken into account the score in œuvres complètes de Claude Debussy, Série I, volume 3, edited by Roy Howat.
L'Isle joyeuse
€ 15,00
15 Improvisations “Musique française” is a series designed for students and teachers as well as professionals. These editions offer masterworks in French music, with performance suggestions and historical and stylistic commentary by noted scholars. The 15 improvisations share a common brevity of discourse and a tonal musical language as a key is specified for each of them. Using the title of Improvisations allowed Poulenc not to follow any structural plan and not to embark on any musical form, even on a small scale.
15 Improvisations
€ 18,30
La Valse "Musique française" is a series designed for students and teachers as well as professionals. These editions offer masterworks in French music, with performance suggestions and historical and stylistic commentary by noted scholars.
La Valse
€ 18,30
Sonatine Pierre Sancan’s Sonatine for flute and piano is the very image of its composer: surprising, sensitive, and possessed of great elegance. It is a virtuoso piece with a unique aesthetic. Introduction et notes d’interprétation par Bruno Jouard. “Musique française” is a series designed for students and teachers as well as professionals. These editions offer masterworks in French music, with performance suggestions and historical and stylistic commentary by noted scholars.
Sonatine
€ 16,10
Sonate “Musique française” is a series designed for students and teachers as well as professionals. These editions offer masterworks in French music, with performance suggestions and historical and stylistic commentary by noted scholars.

The Sonata for trumpet and piano, composed in 1944, is a well-known piece for both students and professionals. This edition presents a new engraving of the musical text, performing notes by French trumpeter Raphaël Dechoux, and an introduction by Edmond Lemaître (editorial supervisor for the critical editions of the Debussy’s works published by Durand) in 4 languages (French, English, German, Italian).

Sonate
€ 18,30
Danse de la Chèvre In a letter to his mother dated 19 November 1921, Honegger wrote that he had a “commission for a bit of music for a play which is going on at the start of December at the Nouveau Théâtre. A little dance for the dancer Lysana”. In fact the work had its première on 2 December 1921, as part of a play by Sacha Derek called La Mauvaise Pensée, within which Danse de la chèvre gave rise to a true choreographic event. Historical introduction: Edmond Lemaître Notes on interpretation: Bruno Jouard “Musique française” is a series designed for students and teachers as well as professionals. These editions offer masterworks in French music, with performance suggestions and historical and stylistic commentary by noted scholars.
Danse de la Chèvre
€ 12,90
Sonatine "Musique française" is a series designed for students and teachers as well as professionals. These editions offer masterworks in French music, with performance suggestions and historical and stylistic commentary by noted scholars.
Sonatine
€ 14,00
Concertino This work, commissioned by the Paris Conservatoire as a competition piece for instrumentalists, holds a special, perhaps precursory place in the work of André Jolivet. The aesthetic is situated within the general trajectory of Jolivet’s work that began after World War II: a synthesis of a magical, incantatory style still under the direct influence of Varèse’s work of the 1930s and an attempt to create a more easily accessible music brought about by the war years. Introduction and performing notes by Raphaël Dechoux. “Musique française” is a series designed for students and teachers as well as professionals. These editions offer masterworks in French music, with performance suggestions and historical and stylistic commentary by noted scholars.
Concertino
€ 19,30