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Jean François Le Sueur
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Liste des compositions
Sheet music for Jean Francois Le Sueur
— CD — Classical
By Jean-Francois Delcamp, John Duarte, Stephane Nogrette, Sylvie Proulx, Venancio Garcia Velasco, and Andres Segovia. By Jean-francois Delcamp, Stephane Nogrette, Sylvie Proulx, Venancio Garcia Velasco, Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764), Andres Segovia, and John W. Duarte (1919-). Classical. CD. Centaur #CRC3603. Published by Centaur (NX.CRC3603).
trombone and piano — — contemporary
Composed by Jean-Francois Michel. Jean-Francois Michel Collection. Contemporary. Composed 2014. Duration 6 minutes. Published by Editions BIM (ET.TB90).
8 Themes classiques celebres pour Piano 4 Mains / Anacrouse Vol. 1 / 2 Cds — Emmanuel Berrut / Jean-Francois Pailler
piano, 4-hands — Score and 2 CDs —
By Emmanuel Berrut / Jean-Francois Pailler. By Divers. Arranged by Jean-Francois Pailler. This edition: French Edition. Classique. Anacrouse Collection. Score (with biography, performance notes and CD). Score and 2 CDs. 122 pages. Published by Editions Bourges (BU.EBR-514).
— CD — Classical
By Francois Chaplin, Frederic Champion, Jean Deroyer, Jean-Baptiste Robin, Orchestre Regional de Normandie, Philippe Cuper, and Romain Leleu. By Jean-Baptiste Robin. Classical. CD. Naxos #BRI95479. Published by Naxos (NX.BRI95479).
— listening CD —
By Lily Laskine, Harp, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Flute, Jean-Francois Paillard Chamber, Saar Chamber Orchestra, and Jean-Francois Paillard. By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) and Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767). Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.IDIS6605).
— CD — Classical
By Francois Lazarevitch and Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien. By De Boismortier, Dugue, Rebel, Francois Couperin (1668-1733), Jacques (Jean) Martin Hotteterre (1674-1763), Francois-Andre Philidor (1725-1795), and Nicolas Chedeville (1705-1782). Classical. CD. Alpha #Alpha332. Published by Alpha (NX.ALPHA332).
— CD — Jazz
By Jean-Francois Durez and Richard Galliano. By Richard Galliano, Erik Satie (1866-1925), Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992), and Ney Rosauro. Jazz. CD. Naxos #Inde095. Published by Naxos (NX.INDE095).
violin and piano — — chamber music
Composed by Jean-Francois Leze. Chamber music. Duration 3 - 5 minutes. Published by Editions Francois Dhalmann (FD.FD0399).
It Might As Well Be Spring — Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Jean Gauffriau, Jean Geiringer-Tallon, Jean Sablon
SATB choir, PIANO — choir and piano part — Secular, 20th Century
Composed by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, Jean Gauffriau, Jean Geiringer-Tallon, Jean Sablon. Secular, 20th Century. Choir and piano part. 8 pages. Published by Editions a Coeur Joie (CJ.A112200144).
Harpsichord solo — —
Composed by Jean-Francois Dandrieu (1682-1738). Edited by Philippe Lescat, Jean Saint-Arroman. This edition: Facsimile. La Musique Francaise Classique de 1650 a 1800. Published by Anne Fuzeau Productions - France (FZ.2217).
- La Caverne (1793)
- Paul et Virginie ou Le Triomphe de la Vertu (1794)
- Télémaque dans l’île de Calypso ou Le Triomphe de la Sagesse (1796)
- La Mort d’Adam et son apothéose (1809)
- Ossian ou Les Bardes (1804)
- Alexandre à Babylone
- Masses and oratorios
- Oratorios, "Rachel", "Ruth et Boaz"
- Mass and Te Deum for Coronation of Napoléon I
- Cantata for the marriage of Napoléon I
- Coronation oratoro for Charles X (1825)
Le Sueur led a turbulent life, starting as a church musicien and
composer of sacred music before the French revolution. He withdraw
from the church in 1788, and after the revolution, he shifted his
focus and praised the new ideals. He became popular and received
recognition for he work. Among other things, he wrote music for the
coronation of Napoléon I, and received the Cross of the Legion of
Honor. After Napoléons defeat, Le Sueur became Superintenant and
composer to the chapel for King Louis XVIII (1814), and later wrote
music for the coronation of Charles X in 1825. In 1818, he became
professor of composition. Among his students were Berlioz and
Gounod. It is said that for the coronation music of Charles X, he
reused large portions of the coronation music he had written for