Jacques Ibert

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Ibert is best remembered for a handful of orchestral bonbons in the manner and spirit of Ravel, and his output encompassed nearly every genre.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Chansons de Don Quichotte, for voice & piano (or orchestra) (from film score) 1932 11:17 Vocal Music
Escales (Ports of Call), suite for orchestra 1922 14:45 Orchestral
Entr'acte, for flute (or violin) & harp (or guitar) (from "Le médecin de son honneur") 1937 03:24 Chamber Music
Divertissement, for chamber orchestra 1929 12:59 Orchestral
Histoires, for saxophone (or flute) & piano 1933 10:53 Chamber Music
Flute Concerto 1932 19:47 Concerto
Pièce, for flute solo 1936 04:59 Chamber Music
Concertino da camera, for alto saxophone & 11 instruments 1935 12:45 Concerto
Pièces brèves (3), for wind quintet 1930 06:51 Chamber Music
Interludes (2) suivi de Carillion, for flute, violin & harpsichord (or harp) (from "Le Burlador") 1946 06:40 Chamber Music
Symphonie concertante, for oboe & string orchestra 1948 27:16 Concerto
Concerto for cello & 10 wind instruments 1925 12:52 Concerto
The Little White Donkey, for piano (No.2 from "Histories") 1922 02:05 Keyboard
Suite symphonique: "Paris", for orchestra 1930 13:19 Orchestral
Angelique, farce in one act 1921 02:18:18 Opera
Française, for solo guitar 1926 03:23 Chamber Music
Mélodies (2) for voice & piano 1910 03:21 Vocal Music
L'espiègle du village de Lilliput, for piano 1937 01:07 Keyboard
Suite élisbéthaine, for female voices & orchestra 1942 22:37 Vocal Music
Capriccio, for 10 instruments 1938 11:10 Chamber Music
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