Germaine Tailleferre

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Germaine Tailleferre (1892-1983) was a French composer, most often noted for being the only woman in the group Les Six.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Sonata for harp, W. 114 1953 Chamber Music
Pastorale, for piano (or small orchestra) in D major (from "Album des Six") 1919 Keyboard
Arabesque, for clarinet & piano (on a theme from the opera "La Petite Sirène") 1973 Chamber Music
Chansons du Folklore de France, songs (10) for voice & ensemble (or piano) (Nos. 1-5 aka "Chansons populaires françaises") 1952 Vocal Music
Forlane, for flute & piano 1972 Chamber Music
Valse lente, for piano (written for insertion in the ballet "Paris-Magie") 1954 Keyboard
Romance, for piano 1913 Keyboard
Concertino (Concerto) for harp & orchestra (also reduced for harp & piano) 1926 Concerto
Chansons françaises (6), for voice & piano (or orchestra) 1929 Vocal Music
Les Mariés de la Tour Eiffel: Valse des Dépeches and Quadrille, ballet (collaborative work with Les Six) 1921 Ballet
Sonata for violin & piano No. 1 in C sharp minor 1920 Chamber Music
Pastorale, for piano in A flat major 1928 Keyboard
Jeux de plein air (Outdoor Games), for 2 pianos (or orchestra) 1917 Keyboard
Sonata for violin & piano No. 2 (arrangement of Violin Concerto) 1947 Chamber Music
Impromptu for piano 1912 Keyboard
Gaillarde, for trumpet & piano 1973 Chamber Music
Rondo, for oboe & piano 1972 Chamber Music
String Quartet 1917 Chamber Music
Sicilienne for piano 1928 Keyboard
Berceuse, for violin & piano 1913 Chamber Music
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