French Piano Music

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Nice find J-S - many thanks.
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Fresh scans. Very little information about the composers.
Gagneur Deux Poèmes.pdf
Francmesnil Nocturne.pdf
Gagneur is most likely a woman composer, Lucie Gagneur.
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Thank you, Naturlaut for these two mysterious compositions. Never heard of Lucie Gagneur, nor could I find any indication on her, apart from two copyright registrations for children pieces. I don't know either Francmesnil but he is at least duly known by the National French Library.
Edit : L.Gagneur is mentioned by the BNF, for the same pieces as Lucie Gagneur :
https://data.bnf.fr/fr/16354682/l__gagneur/
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For those interested in Charles-Marie Widor's piano music, you might like to know that I and my co-editor have just released our 7-volume edition of his complete piano works - further information and sample pages are available here. http://www.crescendomusicpubs.com.au/widorpiano/

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dmitterdorfer wrote: Sun Jun 14, 2020 9:40 am For those interested in Charles-Marie Widor's piano music, you might like to know that I and my co-editor have just released our 7-volume edition of his complete piano works - further information and sample pages are available here. http://www.crescendomusicpubs.com.au/widorpiano/

cheers,
Daniel
What an incredible feat! Well done!
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Yes, congratulations.
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This transcription has been made available for free download by the french pianist Yves Henry (he has made also a record of it). A new attempt after those of Sandor, Garban, Staub, Leyetchkiss ....
Dukas-Henry-Apprenti sorcier.pdf
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Thank you for sharing.
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Hi all,

I have some request regarding French Piano Music. If any of the requests is not suitable because of copyright reasons or any other, please accept my apologies:

CASADESUS, Robert - 6 Enfantines, Op.48
CIAMPI, Marce - Études (probably 6 Etudes)
DANDELOT, Georges - Le jardin de Catherine
LESUR, Jean-Yves-Daniel - Deux Noëls
SANCAN, Pierre - Pièces enfantines (ed.Durand)
VAILLANT, Henri - “Enseignement du piano. Exercices complémentaires” (Delrieu-1952) and “Tenues rythmiques pour l’indépendance des doigts” (Delrieu-1947)
PHILIPP, Isidor - A lot of stuff: Little Gradus ad Parnassum (I have Vol.1 of 5 - Ed.Alphonse Leduc);
Nouveau Gradus ad Parnassum (IMSLP has only parts of it);
Concert-Etude, Op.75;
15 Études (Op.79?);
"Six Danses et Airs Anciens", Op.76 (ed. Heugel);
Trois Nouvelles Transcriptions libres (of works by Turini, Monari, Corelli - ed.Heugel);
6 Octave-studies in the Form of Little Fugues, op. 78;
And finally: Prestissimo; Ligeirissimo; Pianissimo - what is this, 3 Études?

Any help/info will be much appreciated.

Thanks.
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Re: French Piano Music

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Pianoman wrote: Wed Jun 17, 2020 10:23 am Hi all,

I have some request regarding French Piano Music. If any of the requests is not suitable because of copyright reasons or any other, please accept my apologies:

CASADESUS, Robert - 6 Enfantines, Op.48
CIAMPI, Marce - Études (probably 6 Etudes)
DANDELOT, Georges - Le jardin de Catherine
LESUR, Jean-Yves-Daniel - Deux Noëls
SANCAN, Pierre - Pièces enfantines (ed.Durand)
VAILLANT, Henri - “Enseignement du piano. Exercices complémentaires” (Delrieu-1952) and “Tenues rythmiques pour l’indépendance des doigts” (Delrieu-1947)
PHILIPP, Isidor - A lot of stuff: Little Gradus ad Parnassum (I have Vol.1 of 5 - Ed.Alphonse Leduc);
Nouveau Gradus ad Parnassum (IMSLP has only parts of it);
Concert-Etude, Op.75;
15 Études (Op.79?);
"Six Danses et Airs Anciens", Op.76 (ed. Heugel);
Trois Nouvelles Transcriptions libres (of works by Turini, Monari, Corelli - ed.Heugel);
6 Octave-studies in the Form of Little Fugues, op. 78;
And finally: Prestissimo; Ligeirissimo; Pianissimo - what is this, 3 Études?

Any help/info will be much appreciated.

Thanks.
I already have:
"Prestissimo; Ligeirissimo; Pianissimo"
"Concert-Etude, Op.75"
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