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Album pour mes petits amis, op.14 (2)
Aubade (1)
Ballet de cour (1)
Canzonetta, op.19 (11)
Caprice, op.16 (2)
Cello Sonata in F sharp minor, op.46 (1)
Concertstuck for harp and orchestra, op.39 (3)
Cydalise et la chevre-pied (arr. clarinet and piano) (1)
Cydalise et la chevre-pied: Suite no.1 (1)
Cydalise et la chevre-pied (1)
Dans les bles (1)
Divertissement sur un theme pastoral, op.49 (3)
Etude de Concert, op.13 (3)
Expansion, op.21 (2)
Fantaisie-Pastorale (1)
Fantaisie basque (2)
Fantaisie impromptu (1)
Fantasie Ballet for piano and orchestra, op.6 (3)
Flute Sonata, op.36 (3)
Impressions de music-hall (2)
Impromptu-Caprice, op.9 (5)
Introduction et variations sur une ronde populaire, for saxophone quartet (5)
Izeyl suite for orchestra (1)
L'hiver s'envole (1)
La danseuse espagnole (1)
Les Cathedrales (1)
Marche de Fauves (1)
March of the Little Lead Soldiers (3)
Nocturne en forme de valse no.2 (3)
Passacaille (1)
Paysages franciscains, op.43 (1)
Piano Concerto in C minor, op.12 (3)
Piano Quintet in E minor, op.41 (2)
Piano Trio, op.45 (3)
Piece in G minor (arr. clarinet and piano) (1)
Piece in G minor (arr. oboe and orchestra) (1)
Pieces (3) for organ, op.29 (5)
Pieces en trio (3) (1)
Poeme symphonique for piano and orchestra, op.37 (2)
Ramuntcho Suite no.1 (2)
Ramuntcho Suite no.2 (2)
Ronde de fees (1)
Scherzo Caprice for piano and orchestra, op.25 (2)
Serenade, op.7 (clarinet and piano) (1)
Serenade, op.7 (3)
Serenade (2)
Solo de Concert, op.35 (2)
Sonata Da Camera for flute, cello and piano, op.48 (1)
Sonate en une partie in F sharp minor, op.46 (1)
Sophie Arnould (Opera in one act) (1)
Suite de Valses et Cortege-Blues, Op.49bis 'Viennoise' (1)
Valse-impromptu, op.27 (1)
Variations in C minor, op.42 (1)
Variations libres et final, op.51 (4)
Violin Sonata in D minor, op.36 (4)
Voyage au pays du Tendres (3)

Gabriel Pierné was born in Metz in 1863. His family moved to Paris to escape the Franco-Prussian War. He studied at the Paris Conservatoire, gaining first prizes for solfège, piano, organ, counterpoint and fugue. He won the French Prix de Rome in 1882, with his cantata Edith. His teachers included Antoine François Marmontel, Albert Lavignac, Émile Durand, César Franck (for the organ) and Jules Massenet (for composition).

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