Musicians Who Perform Florent Schmitt’s Compositions: A Listing of Current Artists

Charles Rosen

Charles Rosen (1927-2012)

It was the renowned American pianist Charles Rosen who once noted that the only way music becomes established as part of a living repertoire is through artists wanting to perform it.

Those words certainly ring true in the case of Florent Schmitt.

For many music-lovers, this French composer’s creative output remains relatively unfamiliar — if it’s known at all — because of the dearth of performances and recordings that followed the composer’s death in 1958 at the age of nearly 88.

Over the past several decades, however, circumstances have changed. Today, the composer’s star has risen again, with an increasing number of artists across the world performing and recording Schmitt’s inspired and expertly crafted musical creations.

Presented below is a partial listing of the growing ranks of those musicians, along with the compositions of Florent Schmitt that they have programmed (and in some cases recorded).

N.B. Corrections or additions to the listing are welcomed.

A

Eivind Aadland, conductor (Norway)

  • Lied et scherzo

Jorge Puma Abarca, saxophone (Spain)

  • Légende

Yuval Admony, piano (Canada)

  • (See Kanazawa-Admony Piano Duo)

Robert Aitken, flute (Canada)

  • (See Mirage Quintet)
Kasuyoshi Akiyama

Kasuyoshi Akiyama with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra (Japan)

Kasuyoshi Akiyama, conductor (Japan)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

John Alexander, conductor (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

Anya Alexeyev, piano (Canada)

  • J’entends dans le lointain; Le petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil; Le palais hanté; Reflets d’Allemagne; La Tragédie de Salomé; Trois rapsodies

Alain Altinoglu, conductor (France)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé
Amethyst Quartet

Amethyst Quartet (USA)

Amethyst Quartet (USA)

  • Saxophone Quartet

Area 9 Quartet (USA)

  • Saxophone Quartet

Jan Arnal, oboe (Poland)

  • (See Lubelskie Trio Stroikowe)
Aurelia Quartet

Aurelia Quartet (Sweden)

Eric Aubier, trumpet (France)

  • Suite en trois parties

Aurelia Quartet (Denmark)

  • Saxophone Quartet

John Axelrod, conductor (USA/France)

  • Kermesse-valse

B

Matthias Bäcker, oboe (Germany)

  • (See Solisten-Ensemble Berlin)

John Bailey, flute (USA)

  • Sonatine en trio

Kyle Baldwin, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Kenari Quartet)

Steven Banks, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Kenari Quartet)

Kimberly Barber, mezzo-soprano (Canada)

  • Le petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil

Jochen Bardong, double bass (Germany)

  • Clarinet Sextet

Diane Barger, clarinet (USA)

  • Sonatine en trio

Werner Bärtschi, piano (Switzerland)

  • Piano Quintet

Christopher Bartz, saxophone (USA)

  • Légende

Philippe Bary, cello (France)

  • Sonatine en trio

Serge Baudo, conductor (France)

  • Rapsodie viennoise, La Tragédie de Salomé

Guido Bäumer, saxophone (Germany/Iceland)

  • (See Duo Ultima)

József Bazsinka, tuba (Hungary)

  • Quartet for Trombones & Tuba

Richard Beards, bassoon (UK)

  • (See Trio Volant)

Bruno Belthoise, piano (France)

  • Une semaine du petit-elfe Ferme-l’oeil

Roberto Beltrán-Zavala, conductor (Mexico/Netherlands)

  • Rêves

Golo Berg, conductor (Germany)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Berne Quartet (Switzerland)

  • Piano Quintet

Philippe Bernhard, violin (France)

  • (See Quatuor Modigliani)

Isobel Beyer, piano (UK)

  • Feuillets de voyage; Reflets d’Allemagne

Ewa Biegas, soprano (Poland)

  • Psaume XLVII

François-Xavier Bilger, conductor (France)

  • Suite en trois parties (trumpet)

Laurent Blanchard, saxophone (France)

  • (See Quatuor Emphasis)
Judith Blegen ASO

Judith Blegen with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus

Judith Blegen, soprano (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

Joanna Blejwas, saxophone (Slovenia)

  • Légende

Jeffrey Boeckman, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Juliette Boirayon, violin (France)

  • (See Ensemble Alla Prima)

Jean-Guy Boisvert, clarinet (Canada)

  • Sonatine en trio

Stephen Bolstad, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Louis-Philippe Bonin, saxophone (Canada)

  • Légende; Saxophone Quartet … (See also Ensemble Saxologie)

Dana Booher, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Zzyzx Quartet)

Arno Bornkamp, saxophone (Sweden)

  • Légende

Joanna Borowska-Isser, soprano (Poland/Austria)

  • Psaume XLVII
Leon Botstein

Leon Botstein with the American Symphony Orchestra (USA)

Leon Botstein, conductor (USA)

  • Le Palais hanté; Psaume XLVII

Robert Botti, oboe (USA)

  • (See Sylvan Winds)

François Boulanger, conductor (France)

  • Dionysiaques

Anne Le Bozec, piano (France)

  • Sonate libre

Lionel Bringuier, conductor (France)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Jana Brožková, oboe (Czech Republic)

  • (See In Modo Camerale)

Christine Buffle, soprano (UK)

  • Psaume XLVII

Susan Bullock, soprano (UK)

  • Psaume XLVII

James Bunte, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Oasis Quartet)

C

Sylvain Cambreling, conductor (France)

  • Andante et scherzo; La Tragédie de Salomé

David Camwell, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Oasis Quartet)

Tiago Canto, flute (Portugal)

  • (See Trio Tarantella)

Giuliano Carella, conductor (Italy)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Susan Carlson, flute (USA)

  • (See Sylvan Winds)

Roberto Casado, flute (Spain)

  • Sonatine en trio; Suite en rocaille

Laurent Causse, violin (France)

  • (See Stanislas Quartet)
Chaiquin Halska

Beata Halska-Le Monniere with Claudio Chaiquin (France)

Claudio Chaiquin, piano (Argentina/France)

  • Chant du soir; Habeysée; Quatre pièces; Scherzo vif; Sonate libre

Loréline Champ, flute (France)

  • (See Ensemble Alla Prima)

Sandrine Chatron, harp (France)

  • Andante et scherzo

Jean-Yves Chevalier, saxophone (France)

  • (See Quatuor Emphasis)

Rod Chesnutt, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Matty Cilissen, conductor (Belgium)

  • Dionysiaques
Clement Doric

Agnès Clément with the Doric String Quartet (France/UK)

Agnès Clément, harp (France)

  • Andante et scherzo

Hélène Clément, viola (France/UK)

  • (See Doric String Quartet)

Fabrice Colas, conductor (France)

  • Dionysiaques; Sélamlik

Hélène Collerette, violin (France)

  • Sonate libre

Denis Comtet, organ (France)

  • Psaume XLVII

James Conlon, conductor (UK)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé
Ensemble Alla Prima

Ensemble Alla Prima (France)

Nathalie Cornevin, harp (France)

  • (See Ensemble Alla Prima)

Eugene Corporon, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Pascal Le Corre, pianist (France)

  • Mirages; Pièces romantiques; Trois valses-nocturnes

Francesca Croccolino, piano (Spain)

  • Sonatine en trio

Alison Cullen, piano (UK/Switzerland)

  • (See Miravia Piano Duo)
Czech Nonet

Czech Nonet (Czech Republic)

Urzsula Cuvellier, soprano (France)

  • Psaume XLVII

Czech Nonet (Czech Republic)

  • Suite en rocaille

D

Harvey Dagul, piano (UK)

  • Feuillets de voyage; Reflets d’Allemagne

Paul Daniel, conductor (UK)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Jonathan Darlington, conductor (UK/France)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé
Daudet Favier

Amanda Favier and Célimène Daudet (France)

Célimène Daudet, pianist (France)

  • Quatre pièces

Patrick Davin, conductor (Belgium)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Kathryn Bouleyn Day, soprano (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

Leslie DeAth, piano (Canada)

  • J’entends dans le lointain; Le petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil; Le palais hanté; Reflets d’Allemagne; La Tragédie de Salomé; Trois rapsodies

Claude Delangle, saxophone (France)

  • Légende

Henri Demarquette, cello (France)

  • Introït, récit et congé

Stéphane Denève, conductor (France)

La Tragédie de Salomé

Diastema Saxophone Quartet

Diastema Saxophone Quartet (France)

Alexis Descharmes, cello (France)

  • Quatuor pour presque tous les temps

Diastema Saxophone Quartet (France)

  • Saxophone Quartet

Laercio Diniz, conductor (Brazil)

  • Suite en quatre parties (flute)

Begoña Divar, clarinet (Spain)

  • Sonatine en trio
Doric String Quartet

Doric String Quartet (UK)

Doric String Quartet (UK)

  • Andante et scherzo

Tatyana Dorokhova, piano (Russia)

  • Chant éleqiaque

Guillaume Le Dréau, organ (France)

  • Marche nuptiale

Mark Drobinsky, cello (France)

  • Hasards

Petr Duda, French horn (Czech Republic)

  • Lied et scherzo

Corey Dundee, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Kenari Quartet)

Duo Ultima (Iceland)

  • Légende
Duo Vagues (Italy)

Duo Vagues (Italy)

Duo Vagues (Italy)

  • Légende

Charles Dutoit, conductor (Switzerland)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Simon Dvorsak, conductor (Slovenia)

  • Légende

E

Bob Eason, Saxophone (USA)

  • (See Kenari Quartet)
Eclypse Duo

Duo Eclypse (France)

Eclypse Piano Duo (France)

  • Chansons à quatre voix

Alexandre Eisenberg, flute (Brazil)

  • Sonatine en trio
Elias Quartet

Elias Quartet (UK)

Elias Quartet (UK)

  • Andante et scherzo

Rachael Elliott, bassoon (USA)

  • (See Heliand Consort)

Kateřina Englichová, harp (Czech Republic)

  • Suite en rocaille
Ensemble Martinu

Ensemble Martinů (Czech Republic)

Matt Ennis, saxophone (USA)

  • Légende

Ensemble Alla Prima (France)

  • Suite en rocaille

Ensemble Martinů (Czech Republic)

  • Quatuor pour presque tous les temps

Ensemble Saxologie (Canada)

  • Saxophone Quartet

Evgenia Epstein, violin (Israel)

  • Piano Quintet

Ákos Erdös , choral director (Hungary)

  • Cinq chœurs en vingt minutes

Johannes Ernst, saxophone (Germany)

  • Légende

Éléonore Euler-Cabantus, harp (France)

  • Andante et scherzo

Matt Evans, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Zzyzx Quartet)

Tom Evans, clarinet (UK)

  • (See Trio Volant)

F

Thilo Fahrner, clarinet (Germany)

  • Clarinet Sextet
JoAnn Falletta

JoAnn Falletta with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra (USA)

JoAnn Falletta, conductor (USA)

  • Antoine et Cléopatre; Le Palais hanté

Jeannette Fang, piano (USA)

  • Hasards; Lied et scherzo

Nicolas Fargeix, clarinet (France)

  • (See Sextuor de clarinettes français)

Asya Fateyeva, saxophone (Ukraine/Germany)

  • Légende

Claude Faucomprez, clarinet (France)

  • Andantino (Vocalise)

Amanda Favier, violin (France)

  • Quatre pièces

Vladimir Fedoseyev, conductor (Russia)

  • Psaume XLVII

Paul Fenton, viola (France)

  • (See Stanislas Quartet)

João Costa Ferreira, piano (Portugal)

  • Une semaine du petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil

Philippe Ferro, conductor (France)

  • Dionysiaques; Hymne funèbre; Lied et scherzo; Marche du 163eme Régiment d’Infanterie; Sélamlik
Vincent Figuri

Vincent Figuri (France)

Vincent Figuri, narrator (France)

  • Fonctionnaire 1912

Thierry Fischer, conductor (Switzerland/UK)

  • Psaume XLVII; Suite sans esprit de suite; La Tragédie de Salomé

Richard Fletcher, conductor (USA)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Timothy Foley, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Frank Forst, bassoon (Germany)

  • (See Solisten-Ensemble Berlin)

Lawrence Foster, conductor (USA)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Berta Frank, flute (USA)

  • (See Heliand Consort)
Friedrich Takezawa

Reinhold Friedrich and Eriko Takezawa (Switzerland)

Reihold Friedrich, trumpet (Germany/Switzerland)

  • Suite en trois parties

G

Fabien Gabel, conductor (France)

  • Antoine et Cléopâtre; Lied et scherzo; Le Palais hanté; Rêves; Ronde burlesque

Xavier Gagnepain, cello (France)

  • (See Rosamonde Quartet)

Alexis Galpérine, violin (France)

  • Hasards; Légende
Garth Newel Piano Quartet

Garth Newel Piano Quartet (USA)

Garth Newel Piano Quartet (USA)

  • Hasards

Annie Gastinel, cello (France)

  • Introït, récit et congé

Mia Gazley, saxophone (Canada)

  • Légende

David Geringas, cello (Lithuania/Germany)

  • Chant élegiaque

Marie-Catherine Girod, piano (France)

  • Le Tombeau de Debussy; Valses-nocturnes

François-Robert Girolami, conductor (France)

  • Psaume XLVII

Jean-Philippe Godard, saxophone (Canada)

  • (See Ensemble Saxologie)
Goetzel BIPO

Sascha Goetzel with the Borusan-Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra (Turkey)

Sascha Goetzel, conductor (Austria/Turkey)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Guilherme Goldberg, piano (Brazil)

  • Sonatine en trio

Erica Goodman, harp (Canada)

  • (See Mirage Quintet)

Yves Gourhand, clarinet (France)

  • (See Sextuor de clarinettes français)

Lowell Graham, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques
David Grandis

David Grandis with the Virginia Chamber Orchestra (USA)

David Grandis, conductor (France/USA)

  • Soirs

Evelyn Grau, violin (USA)

  • (See Garth Newel Piano Quartet)

Laurent Grégoire, choral director (France)

  • Cantique de Simeon

Haridas Greif, piano (France)

  • Hasards

Andreas Grünkorn, cello (Germany)

  • (See Solisten-Ensemble Berlin)

Lori Guilbeau, soprano (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

H

Pauline Haas, harp (France)

  • Andante et scherzo

Michael Haithcock, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Armand Hall, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Beata Halska-Le Monnier, violin (Poland/France)

  • Chant du soir; Habeysée; Quatre pièces; Scherzo vif; Sonate libre

Maud Hamon-Loisance, choral director (France)

  • En bonnes voix

Håkan Hardenberger, trumpet (Sweden)

  • Suite en trois parties

Daniel Harding, conductor (UK)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Gildas Harnois, conductor (France)

  • Sélamlik

Annina Haug, mezzo-soprano (Switzerland)

  • Trois chansons

Felix Hauswirth, conductor (Switzerland)

  • Dionysiaques

Kiyo Hayakawa, clarinet (Japan/Germany)

  • Clarinet Sextet

Simona Hečová, cello (Czech Republic)

  • (See Czech Nonet)

Heliand Consort (USA)

  • Á tour d’anches

Kenan Henderson, piano (Australia)

  • Crépuscules
Herbin Galperine Pasquier Drobinsky

Élizabeth Herbin, Alexis Galpérine, Bruno Pasquier and Mark Drobinsky (France)

Élizabeth Herbin, piano (France)

  • Hasards; Légende

Mark Hill, oboe (USA)

  • (See Sylvan Winds)

Heiko Hinz, clarinet (Germany)

  • Clarinet Sextet

Grace Huang, piano (Canada)

  • Chant du soir

Cynthia Huard, piano (USA)

  • (See Heliand Consort)

Beatrice Hubble, oboe (UK)

  • (See Trio Volant)

Brandon Hults, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques; Lied et scherzo

Sean Hurlburt, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Amethyst Quartet)

Jiři Hurnik, violin (Czech Republic)

  • (See Czech Nonet)

Julia Hutfless, clarinet (Germany)

  • Clarinet Sextet

François Huybrechts, conductor (Belgium)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

I

Geneviève Ibanez, pianist (France)

  • Quatuor pour presque tous les temps

In Modo Camerale (Czech Republic)

  • Á tour d’anches
Invencia Piano Duo

Invencia Piano Duo (USA)

Invencia Piano Duo (USA)

  • Courtes pièces; Feuillets de voyage; Humoresques; Lied et scherzo; Marche du 163e R.I.; Musiques foraines; Pieces récreatives; Reflets d’Allemagne; Rhapsodie parisienne; Une semaine du petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil; Sept pièces; Sur cinq notes; Trois rapsodies

Jacques Israelievitch, violin (Canada)

  • (See Mirage Quintet)

Christian Ivaldi, piano (France)

  • Feuillets de voyage; Hasards; Piano Quintet; Reflets d’Allemagne; Une semaine du petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil

Iwamoto String Quartet (Japan)

  • Piano Quintet

J

Ensemble Saxologie

Ensemble Saxologie (Canada)

Stef Jackson, saxophone (Canada)

  • (See Ensemble Saxologie)

Tiffany Jackson, soprano (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

Jürgen Jakob, piano (Germany)

  • Légende

Marie-Claire Jamet, harp (France)

  • Suite en rocaille

Markéta Janáčková, piano (Czech Republic)

  • (See Ensemble Martinů)

Marek Janowski, conductor (France/Germany)

  • Psaume XLVII; La Tragédie de Salomé

Philippe Jaroussky, countertenor (France)

  • Trois chansons

Sofi Jeannin, choral director (France/UK)

  • Trois liturgies joyeuses

Simon Joly, choral director (UK)

  • Messe en quatre parties

Javier Juanals, saxophone (Spain)

  • Légende

Vladimir Jurowski, conductor (Germany)

  • Légende

Stephanie Jutt, flute (USA)

  • Sonatine en trio

K

Svjetlana Kabalin, flute (USA)

  • (See Sylvan Winds)

Ivo Kaltchev, piano (Bulgaria/USA)

  • Musiques intimes; Nuits Romaines; Small Gestures

Tami Kanazawa, piano (Canada)

  • (See Kanazawa-Admony Piano Duo)
Kanazawa-Admony Piano Duo

Kanazawa-Admony Piano Duo (Canada)

Kanazawa-Admony Piano Duo (Canada)

  • Trois rapsodies

Wieslaw Kaprón, bassoon (Poland)

  • (See Lubelskie Trio Stroikowe)

Thomas Kasdorf, piano (USA)

  • Sonatine en trio

Andrey Kasparov, piano (Armenia/USA)

  • (See Invencia Piano Duo)

Daniel Kawka, conductor (France)

  • J’entends dans le lointain

Alan Kay, clarinet (USA)

  • Lied et scherzo; Sonatine en trio … See also Sylvan Winds
Kenari Quartet

Kenari Quartet (USA)

Kenari Quartet (USA)

  • Saxophone Quartet

Theodore Kerkezos, saxophone (Greece)

  • Légende

François Kieffer, cello (France)

  • (See Quatuor Modigliani)

Sooyeon Kim, soprano (Korea)

  • Psaume XLVII

Mami Kino, piano (France)

  • Reflets d’Allemagne
Trio Giocoso

Trio Giocoso (Turkey)

Aysegül Kirmanoglu, clarinet (Turkey)

  • (See Trio Giocoso)

Vladimira Klánská, French horn (Czech Republic)

  • (See Prague Wind Quintet)

Ulrich Knörzer, viola (Germany)

  • (See Solisten-Ensemble Berlin)

János Komives, conductor (Hungary/France)

  • Lied et scherzo

Jonathan Kovach, clarinet (USA)

  • Sonatine en trio

Uta Krause, soprano (Germany)

  • Psaume XLVII

Jan Kraybill, organ (USA)

  • Prélude

Jaroslav Kubita, bassoon (Czech Republic)

  • (See In Modo Camerale)

Lukas Maria Kuen, piano (Germany)

  • Suite en trois parties (trumpet)

Sibel Kumru-Pensel, flute (Turkey/France)

  • (See Trio Giocoso)

Karl Kundmann, saxophone (USA)

  • Saxophone Quartet

Jean-Willy Kunz, harpsichord (Canada)

  • Sonatine en trio

L

Jacques Lacombe, conductor (Canada/Germany)

  • Soirs

Christiane Laflamme, flute (Canada)

  • Sonatine en trio
Larderet Kawka OSE

Vincent Larderet and Daniel Kawka with the OSE Symphonic Orchestra (France)

Vincent Larderet, piano (France)

  • J’entends dans le lointain; Mirages; Ombres; La Tragédie de Salomé

Hannes Läubin, trumpet (Germany)

  • Suite en trois parties

Michel Lauret, clarinet (France)

  • (See Sextuor de clarinettes français)

Sharon Lavery, conductor (USA)

  • Légende

Elisabeth LeBlanc, clarinet (USA)

  • (See Heliand Consort)

Marienne Lecler, harp (Spain)

  • (See Tournier Quintet)

Jung-A Lee, organ (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

Christina Leeb-Grill, piano (Austria)

  • Légende

Olivier Lefebvre, clarinet (France)

  • (See Sextuor de clarinettes français)

Alain Lefèvre, piano (Canada)

  • Sonate libre

Bernhard Leonardy, organ (France)

  • Marche nuptiale

Bennett Lerner, piano (USA)

  • Le Tombeau de Debussy

Nancy LeRoi, piano (USA)

  • (See LeRoi-Nickel Piano Duo)
LeRoi-Nickel Piano Duo

LeRoi-Nickel Piano Duo (USA)

LeRoi-Nickel Piano Duo (USA)

  • Feuillets de voyage; Humoresques; Reflets d’Allemagne; Une semaine du petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil

Christian Letschert-Larsson, conductor (Germany)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Tomer Lev, piano (Israel)

  • Piano Quintet; Le Tombeau de Debussy

Lilach Levanon, viola (Israel)

  • Piano Quintet

Ira Levin, conductor (USA/Germany/Bulgaria)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Teng Li, viola (Canada)

  • (See Mirage Quintet)

Jurij Likin, oboe (Czech Republic)

  • (See Prague Wind Quintet)

Teresa Ling, violin (USA)

  • (See Garth Newel Piano Quartet)

Thomas Loewenheim, conductor (USA)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé
Lubelskie Trio

Lubelskie Trio (Poland)

Lubelskie Trio Stroikowe (Poland)

  • Á tour d’anches

Ray Luck, piano (USA)

  • Chaine brisée; Mirages; Le Tombeau de Debussy

Oksana Lutsyshyn, piano (Ukraine/USA)

  • (See Ivencia Piano Duo)

Jean-Roch Lyeuté, piano (France)

  • Reflets d’Allemagne

John Lynch, conductor (Australia)

  • Dionysiaques

M

Andreas Mader, saxophone (Austria)

  • Légende

Hervé Magnan, choral director (France)

  • Hymne funèbre

Timothy Mahr, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Teresa Majka-Pacanek, choral director (Poland)

  • Psaume XLVII

Jeffrey Marchand, bassoon (USA)

  • (See Sylvan Winds)

Vlastimil Mareš, clarinet (Czech Republic)

  • (See Prague Wind Quintet)

Laurent Marfaing, viola (France)

  • (See Quatuor Modigliani)

Christina Margotto, piano (Portugal)

  • Une semaine du petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil

Ion Marin, conductor (Romania/Austria)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé
Marsyas Flute Quartet

Marsyas Flute Quartet (Turkey)

Christopher Marks, harpsichord (USA)

  • Sonatine en trio

Marsyas Flute Quartet (Turkey)

  • Flute Quartet

Michael Massey, conductor (Canada)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Diego Masson, conductor (France)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Miroslav Matějka, flute (Czech Republic)

  • (See Ensemble Martinů)

Jessica Maxfield, saxophone (USA)

  • Légende

Pascal Mayer, choral director (Switzerland)

  • Chanson à quatre voix

Waldemar Mazur, piano (Poland)

  • Á tour d’anches

Charles McCracken, bassoon (USA)

  • (See Sylvan Winds)

Sylvia McNair, soprano (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

Isaac Melamed, cello (USA)

  • (See Garth Newel Piano Quartet)
Melomanie Ensemble

Mélomanie Ensemble (USA)

Mélomanie Ensemble (USA)

  • Sonatine en trio

Bertrand Menut, violin (France)

  • (See Stanislas Quartet)

Jacques Mercier, conductor (France)

  • Antoine et Cléopâtre; Introit, récit et congé; Mirages; Le petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil; Psaume XLVII; Salammbó; La Tragédie de Salomé

Moti Meron, conductor (Israel)

  • Dionysiaques

Aurélie Metivier, viola (France)

  • (See Ensemble Alla Prima)

Élodie Meuret, pianist (France)

  • Chansons à quatre voix

Daniel Meyer, conductor (USA)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Paul Meyer, clarinet (France)

  • Sonatine en trio

Steve Meyer, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques; Sélamlik

Mirage Quintet (Canada)

  • Suite en rocaille
Miravia Piano Duo

Miravia Piano Duo (Switzerland)

Miravia Piano Duo (Switzerland)

  • Chansons à quatre voix; Reflets d’Allemagne

Jean Mislin, conductor (France)

  • Psaume XLVII

Donka Miteva, conductor (Germany)

  • Psaume XLVII

Andrea Mocci, saxophone (Italy)

  • (See Duo Vagues)

Akina Motoyama, pianist (USA)

  • Légende

Antoine Mourlas, piano (France)

  • Chansons à quatre voix

Inva Mula, soprano (Albania)

  • Psaume XLVII

John Myerscough, cello (UK)

  • (See Doric String Quartet)

Daniel Myssyk, conductor (Canada/USA)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

N

Nathan Nabb, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Amethyst Quartet … Oasis Quartet)

Megumi Nakanamori, piano (Japan)

  • (See Duo Vagues)

John Neschling, conductor (Germany/Brazil)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé
Yannick Nezet-Seguin

Yannick Nézet-Séguin with the Philadelphia Orchestra (USA)

Jean-Frédéric Neuberger, piano (France)

  • Piano Quintet

Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor (Canada/USA)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Timothy Nickel, piano (USA)

  • (See LeRoi-Nickel Piano Duo)

Nuria Nieto, cellist (Spain)

  • (See Tournier Quintet)

Jan Nykryn, viola (Czech Republic)

  • (See Czech Nonet)

O

Oasis Quartet

Oasis Quartet (USA)

Oasis Quartet (USA)

  • Saxophone Quartet

Richard Obermayer, clarinet (Germany)

  • (See Solisten-Ensemble Berlin)

Lawrence Odom, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Pablo Andoni Olabarria, conductor (Spain)

  • Dionysiaques
Omnibus Wind Ensemble

Omnibus Wind Ensemble (Sweden)

Omnibus Wind Ensemble (Sweden)

  • Lied et scherzo

Katie Oprea, oboe (USA)

  • (See Heliand Consort)

Georg Öquist, piano (Sweden)

  • Suite en trois parties (trumpet)

Sakari Oramo, conductor (Finland/UK)

  • Antoine et Cléopâtre; Symphony #2

Naoto Otomo, conductor (Japan)

  • Psaume XLVII

P

Nurit Pacht, violin (Israel)

  • Piano Quintet

Jill Padfield, soprano (UK)

  • Psaume XLVII

Stephen Page, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Zzyzx Quartet)
Pahud Le Sage

Emmanuel Pahud and Eric Le Sage (France)

Emmanuel Pahud, flute (France)

  • Sonatine en trio

Kun Woo Paik, piano (France)

Trois rapsodies

Palatino Saxophone Quartet (USA)

  • Saxophone Quartet

Stefano Papa, saxophone (Italy)

  • Légende

Christos Papandreopoulos, piano (Greece)

  • Légende

Alain Paris, conductor (France)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

István Párkai, choral director (Hungary)

  • Á contre-voix

Harlan Parker, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Andrew Parnell, organ (UK)

  • Messe en quatre parties

Victor Parro, violin (Spain)

  • (See Tournier Quintet)

Bruno Pasquier, viola (France)

  • Hasards; Légende

Régis Pasquier, violin (France)

  • Hasards

Gilbert Patenaude, choral director (Canada)

  • En bonnes voix; Cantique de Simeon; Á contre-voix; Psaume CXII; Six Choeurs; Trois Trios

Lise Péchenart, cello (France)

  • (See Ensemble Alla Prima)

Bertrand Peigné, saxophone (France)

  • (See Quatuor Emphasis)

Emmanuel Pélaprat, conductor (France)

  • Chant de guerre
Ivaldi Pennetier

Jean-Claude Pennetier and Christian Ivaldi (France)

Jean-Claude Pennetier, piano (France)

  • Feuillets de voyage; Reflets d’Allemagnel Une semaine du petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil

Ingrid Perruche, soprano (France)

  • Psaume XLVII

Ludmila Peterková, clarinet (Czech Republic)

  • (See In Modo Camerale)

Roland Pidoux, cello (France)

  • Hasards

Johannes Pieper, clarinet (Germany)

  • Clarinet Sextet

Michel Plasson, conductor (France)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Odile Poisson, piano (France)

  • Une semaine du petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil

Angèline Pondepeyre, piano (France)

  • Musiques intimes; Pièces romantiques; Trois valses-noctures

Roland Pöntinen, piano (Sweden)

  • Suite en trois parties (trumpet)
Poongizina Saxophone Quartet

Poongizina Saxophone Quartet (Thailand)

John Poole, choral director (UK)

  • Cinq motets

Poongizina Saxophone Quartet (Thailand)

  • Saxophone Quartet
Prague Wind Quintet

Prague Wind Quintet (Czech Republic)

Prague Wind Quintet (Czech Republic)

  • Chants alizés; Lied et scherzo; Á tour d’anches

Stephen Pratt, conductor (USA)

  • Sélamlik

Radka Preislerová, violin (Czech Republic)

  • (See Ensemble Martinů)
Spokane Symphony Preu

Eckart Preu with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra (USA)

Eckart Preu, conductor (Germany/USA)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé
Prisma String Trio

Prisma String Trio (Netherlands)

Prisma String Trio (Netherlands)

  • String Trio

Janneke van Prooijen, violin (Netherlands)

  • (See Prisma String Trio)

Gwenneth Pryor, piano (Australia/UK)

  • Andantino (Vocalise)

Q

Quatuor Emphasis

Quatuor Emphasis (France)

Quatuor Emphasis (France)

  • Saxophone Quartet

Quatuor Modigliani (France)

  • Piano Quintet

Anne Queffélec, piano (France)

  • Musiques intimes

Florence Quivar, mezzo-soprano (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

R

Gottfried Rabl

Gottfried Rabl with the Sibiu State Philharmonic Orchestra (Romania)

Gottfried Rabl, conductor (Austria)

  • Á Contre-voix; La Tragédie de Salomé

Aladár Rácz, piano (Romania/Iceland)

  • (See Duo Ultima)

Alain Raës, pianist (France)

  • Andantino (Vocalise); Chaine brisée; Crépuscules; Enfants; Musiques intimes; Petites musiques; Pièces romantiques; Quatres pièces

Pedro Ramos, piano (Portugal)

  • (See Trio Tarentella)

Alex Redington, violin (UK)

  • (See Doric String Quartet)

Patricia Reibaud, violin (France)

  • Sonatine en trio

Kimberly Reighley, flute (USA)

  • (See Mélomanie Ensemble)

Alexei Repnikov, conductor (Russia)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Bart van Reyn, choral director (Belgium)

  • En Bonnes voix

Timothy Reynish, conductor (UK)

  • Dionysiaques

Timothy Rhea, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Aleksander Riberio de Lara, piano (Brazil)

  • Chansons à quatre voix

Tracy Richardson, harpsichord (USA)

  • (See Mélomanie Ensemble)
Xavier Ricour

Xavier Ricour with the Choeur symphonique de Paris

Xavier Ricour, choral director (France)

  • Psaume XLVII

Sándor Rigó, saxophone (Hungary/Austria)

  • Légende

David Riley, piano (USA)

  • Sonate libre

Loïc Rio, violin (France)

  • (See Quatuor Modigliani)

David Robertson, conductor (USA/France)

  • Rêves; Soirs; Symphonie concertante

Paula Robison, flute (USA)

  • Sonatine en trio

Miguel Rodrigo, conductor (Spain)

  • Dionysiaques
Miha Rogina

Miha Rogina with the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra in Vienna (Austria)

Miha Rogina, conductor (Slovenia)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

James Romain, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Oasis Quartet)

Fabienne Romer, piano (Switzerland)

  • Chanson à quatre voix

Pascal Rophé, conductor (France)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Antonio Rosado, piano (Portugal)

  • Une semaine du petit elfe Ferme-l’oeil
Quatuor Rosamonde

Quatuor Rosamonde (France), pictured with the composer Henri Dutilleux

Rosamonde Quartet (France)

  • Andante et scherzo; Suite en rocaille

Harold Rosenbaum, choral director (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

Robert Rumbelow, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Edward Rushton, piano (UK/Switzerland)

  • Andantino (Vocalise); Chansons à quatre voix; Reflets d’Allemagne; Trois chansons … See also Miravia Piano Duo

Jeremy Ruthrauff, saxophone (USA)

  • Légende

S

Eric Le Sage, piano (France)

  • Sonatine en trio

Johnny Salinas, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Amethyst Quartet)

André do Santos, piano (Brazil)

  • Chansons à quatre voix

Shinobu Sato, soprano (Japan)

  • Psaume XLVII

Michael Schäfer, piano (Germany)

  • Sonate libre

Joop Schets, conductor (Netherlands)

  • Psaume XLVII

Eckart Schloifer, viola (Germany)

  • Légende

Johan Schmidt, pianist (Belgium/Turkey)

  • (See Trio Giocoso)
Ellen Schuring

Ellen Schuring with the Het Gelders Orchestra (Netherlands)

Ellen Schuring, soprano (Netherlands)

  • Psaume XLVII

Frank Schüssler, saxophone (Germany)

  • Légende

Petra Schwieger, violin (Germany)

  • (See Solisten-Ensemble Berlin)

Carlos Seco, viola (Spain)

  • (See Tournier Quintet)

Kevin Sedatole, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Hannele Segerstam, violin (Finland)

  • Habeyssée

Leif Segerstam, conductor (Finland)

  • Antoine et Clèopâtre; Danse d’Abisag; Habeyssée; Rêves; Symphony #2

Huseyin Sermet, piano (Turkey/France)

  • Sonate libre; Symphonie concertante; Trois rapsodies

Elena Serova, piano (Russia)

  • Sonatine en trio
Sextuor de clarinettes francais

Sextuor de clarinettes français (France)

Sextuor de clarinettes français (France)

  • Clarinet Sextet

Richard Shaw, piano (UK)

  • Scherzo-pastorale

Lan Shui, conductor (China/Singapore)

  • Légende; La Tragédie de Salomé

Gary Sieling, organ (UK)

  • Cinq motets

Geoffrey Simon, conductor (Australia/UK)

  • Kermesse-valse

Yuri Simonov, conductor (Russia)

  • Légende

Lavard Skou-Larsen, conductor (Austria/Germany)

  • Janiana Symphony

Jiři Skuhra, flute (Czech Republic)

  • (See Czech Nonet)

Leonard Slatkin, conductor (USA)

  • Symphony #2

Elisabeth Smalt, viola (Netherlands)

  • (See Prisma String Trio)

Yukie Smith, piano (UK)

  • Humoresques
Solisten-Ensemble Berlin

Solisten-Ensemble Berlin (Germany)

Solisten-Ensemble Berlin (Germany)

  • Piano Quintet; Á tour d’anches

Loïc Sorel, clarinet (France)

  • (See Sextuor de clarinettes français)

Ángel Soria, saxophone (Spain)

  • Légende

Marc Soustrot, conductor (France)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Diego Grendene de Souza, clarinet (Brazil)

  • Sonatine en trio

Jean de Spengler, cello (France)

  • (See Stanislas Quartet)

Włodzimierz Spokymek, saxophone (Poland)

  • Légende
Stanislas Quartet

Stanislas Quartet (France)

Stanislaus Quartet (France)

  • Hasards; Piano Quintet

George Steel, conductor (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

Caroline Steiger, French horn (USA)

  • Lied et scherzo

Delcina Stevenson, soprano (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

Jonathan Stone, violin (UK)

  • (See Doric String Quartet)

Audrey Stottler, soprano (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

James Strauss, flute (Brazil)

  • Suite en quatre parties (flute)

Masahito Sugihara, saxophone (USA)

  • (See Amethyst Quartet)

Agnès Sulem, violin (France)

  • (See Rosamonde Quartet)

Jean Sulem, viola (France)

  • (See Rosamonde Quartet)

Sharon Sweet, soprano (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII
Sylvan Winds

Sylvan Winds (USA)

Sylvan Winds (USA)

  • Lied et scherzo

Vladimiros Symeonidis, conductor (Greece)

  • Soirs

Syrinx Saxophone Quartet (Italy)

  • Saxophone Quartet

T

Eriko Takezawa, piano (Switzerland)

  • Suite en trois parties (trumpet)

Muhai Tang, conductor (China)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Tarihare Quartet (Japan)

  • Hasards

Timothy Taylor, conductor (UK)

  • Psaume XLVII

Scott Temple, bassoon (USA)

  • (See Sylvan Winds)

Thomas Tercieux, violin (France)

  • (See Rosamonde Quartet)

Ilona Then-Bergh, violin (Germany)

  • Sonate libre

Régine Theodoresco, choral director (France)

  • En bonnes voix; Cinq refrains; Six choeurs; Trois trios; De vive voix

Clio Theodoridis, saxophone (Canada)

  • (See Ensemble Saxologie)

Kathryn Thomas, flute (UK)

  • Scherzo-pastorale

Tora Thorslund, trumpet (Sweden)

  • Suite en trois parties
Tingaud Biegas Majka-Pacanek

Jean-Luc Tingaud, Ewa Biegas and Teresa Majka-Pacanek with the Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus (Poland)

Jean-Luc Tingaud, conductor (France)

  • Psaume XLVII

Denis Titillon, clarinet (France)

  • (See Sextuor de clarinettes français)

Yan-Pascal Tortelier, conductor (France)

  • Le Palais hanté; Psaume XLVII; La Tragédie de Salomé
Tournier Quintet

Tournier Quintet (Spain)

Tournier Quintet (Spain)

  • Suite en rocaille

Marioara Trifan, conductor (USA/Germany)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé
Trio d'Argento

Trio d’Argento (Canada)

Trio d’Argento (Canada)

  • Sonatine en trio

Trio Giocoso (Turkey)

  • Sonatine en trio
Trio Tarentella

Trio Tarentella (Portugal)

Trio Tarentella (Portugal)

  • Sonatine en trio

Trio Volant, piano (UK)

  • Á tour d’anches

Manfred Trojahn, conductor (Germany)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

U

Daijiro Ukon, conductor (Japan)

  • Soirs

James Umble, saxophone (USA)

  • Légende

Urbis Saxophone Quartet (UK)

  • Saxophone Quartet

V

Juraj Valčuha, conductor (Slovakia)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Benita Valente, soprano (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

Susana Valente, clarinet (Portugal)

  • (See Trio Tarentella)

Alexander Vasilyev, clarinet (Russia)

  • Sonatine en trio
Les Vents Francais

Les Vents Fraçnais (France)

Les Vents Français (France)

  • Sonatine en trio

Thomas Verrier, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Pascal Verrot, conductor (France)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé

Sofia Viland, flute (Russia)

  • Sonatine en trio

David Violi, piano (France)

  • Mirages

Natalia Volegova, cello (Russia)

  • Chant éleqiaque

Volutes Ensemble (France)

  • Andante et scherzo

Michael Votta, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques; Sélamlik

W

Charles Wadsworth, harpsichord/piano (USA)

  • Sonatine en trio

Corbin Wagner, French horn (USA)

  • Lied et scherzo

Jacquelyn Wagner, soprano (USA/Germany)

  • Psaume XLVII

Philipp Wagner, conductor (Switzerland)

  • Dionysiaques
Laurent Wagschal

Laurent Wagschal (France)

Laurent Wagschal, piano (France)

  • Crépuscules; Enfants; Ombres; Le Tombeau de Debussy

David Wakefield, French horn (USA)

  • (See Sylvan Winds)

David Waybright, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Michiel Weidner, cello (Netherlands)

  • (See Prisma String Trio)

Frédéric Werner, flute (France)

  • Quatuor pour presque tous les temps

Anne Werner-Fuchs, violin (France)

  • Quatuor pour presque tous les temps

Harry White, saxophone (USA/Switzerland)

  • Andantino (Vocalise)

John Whitwell, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Miloš Wichterle, bassoon (Czech Republic)

  • (See Prague Wind Quintet)

Daniel Wiesner, piano (Czech Republic)

  • Á tour d’anches; Suite en rocaille … See also In Modo Camerale

James Williams, piano (UK)

  • Humoresques
John McLaughlin Williams

John McLaughlin Williams (USA)

John McLaughlin Williams, violin (USA)

  • Sonate libre

Simon Wills, conductor (UK)

  • Dionysiaques

Eric Wilson, conductor (USA)

  • Dionysiaques

Stacy Wilson, saxophone (USA)

  • Légende; Saxophone Quartet … See also Zzyzx Quartet

Nicolas Woillard, saxophone (France)

  • (See Quatuor Emphasis)

Birgitta Wollenweber, piano (Germany)

  • (See Solisten-Ensemble Berlin)

Matthias Wollong, violin (Germany

  • (See Solisten-Ensemble Berlin)

Erin Wood, soprano (USA)

  • Psaume XLVII

Nicholas Wright, violin (Canada)

  • Chant du soir

X-Y

Takashi Yamaguchi, conductor (Japan)

  • Psaume XLVII

Robert Yamins, clarinet (USA)

  • (See Sylvan Winds)

Seow Yibin, conductor (Singapore/UK)

  • Dionysiaques; Sélamlik

Z

Bledar Zajmi, cellist (Czech Republic)

  • (See Ensemble Martinů)

Winona Zelenka, cello (Canada)

  • (See Mirage Quintet)

Robert Ziegler, conductor (USA/UK)

  • Kermesse-valse

Zirqum Quartet (Spain)

  • Saxophone Quartet

Ronald Zollman, conductor (Belgium)

  • La Tragédie de Salomé
Zzyzx Quartet

Zzyzx Quartet (USA)

Hillel Zori, cello (Israel)

  • Piano Quintet

Zzyzx Quartet (USA)

  • Saxophone Quartet

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Listing compiled by Phillip Nones from recordings, concert/recital programs, plus other print and online sources.