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For solo instrument:


"Voyelles", version for alt-saxophone or alt-saxophone and narrator (in progress). - 5'30

On a poem by Arthur Rimbaud.


"Variations sur quatre haikus" for cello (2009). - 8'

Premiered in Jan. 2010 by Florian Lauridon, Itineraire concerts, Paris, France.


"Tarentella" for piano (2003). - 2 versions: 8' or 4'30

Premiered in Oct. 2003 by Gabriella Smart, Melbourne International Arts Festival, Australia.


"Trois preludes" for piano (1999). - 6'20

Premiered in Oct. 2000 by Stephen Whittington in Adelaide, Australia.


"Voyelles" for flute (1993). - 2 versions: 5'30 or 4'20

On a poem by Arthur Rimbaud.
Premiered in Oct. 1993 by Chiharu Tachibana in Paris, France.
Editions Alphonse Leduc.


Chamber music:


"Estampes" for flute quartet (2012). - 10'

Premiered in July 2012 by Tetraflutes ensemble, Schubertiades de Sion, Switzerland.


"Souffles" for four flautists (2 zamponias, 2 bajones, 3 Boehm flutes) (2010). - 5'

Premiere in Jan. 2012 by the ensemble Antara, Viña del Mare, Chile.


"Quatre haikus" for alt-saxophone and piano (2008). - 10'

Premiered in Dec. 2008 by Jean-Yves Fourmeau (alt-saxophone) and Marylise Fourmeau (piano), Journees XX-XXI du CPMA, Annecy, France.


"The great flood " for alt-saxophone and saxophone ensemble (2006). - 10'30

Premiered in Mar. 2007 by Jean-Yves Fourmeau (alt-saxophone) and the saxophone ensemble of Cergy-Pontoise' CRR, conductor Andree-Claude Brayer, Rencontres Internationales de Composition Musicale de Cergy-Pontoise, France.


"L'Agneau Mystique" for flute and string trio (2006). - 10'30

Premiered in May 2007 by the Ensemble Helios in Paris.


"Het Lam Gods" for string quartet (2005). - 10'30

Premiered in June 2007 by Benaim String Quartet, Rencontres Musicales ProQuartet de Fontainebleau, France.


"Py" for flute and piano (2005). - 6'

Premiere planned in 2009 by Pierre-Yves Artaud and Fuminori Tanada in France.


"Cinq Voyelles pour Quatre Flutes" for four flutes (2005). - 2 versions: 5'30 or 4'20

On a poem by Arthur Rimbaud.
Premiered in Feb. 2006 by the ensemble Arcadie in Paris.


"Histoire sans paroles" for violin, cello and piano (2002). - 8'20

Premiered in Sept. 2002 by the trio Settembrini in Adelaide, Australia.


"Iotife" for string trio (2001). - 10'

Premiered in May 2007 by the Trio a Cordes de Paris in Paris.


"Broken words" for flute and string trio (2000). - 10'

On a poem by Henry Kendall.
Premiered in Oct. 2000 by the ensemble Helios in Massy, France.


"Comme une rue pavee" transcription for flute and piano (1999). - 6'45

Premiered in Sept. 1999 by Mie Ogura and David Chevalier in Melbourne, Australia.


"Comme une rue pavee" for violin, clarinet and piano (1999). - 6'45

Premiered in Nov. 1999 by the Canberra New Music ensemble in Canberra, Australia.


"La Vita è Bella ?" for flute and cello (1997). - 6'05

Premiered in May 1998 by ProContemporania Ensemble (Ian-Bogdan Stefanescu and Andrei Kivu), International Week of New Music in Bucarest, Romania.


With orchestra:


"Apres avoir contemple la lune..." for orchestra (2011) - 10'

Recorded in Nov. 2012 by the Orchestre Philarmonique de RadioFrance, conductor Pierre-Andre Valade. Broadcast on France Musique (Alla breve) Nov - Dec 2012.
RadioFrance Editions.


"L'espace et la flute - Variations sur des textes de Jean Tardieu" for narrator and flute orchestra (2010) - 10'

Premiered in March 2010 by Alain Carre (narrator) and the Orchestre de Flutes Francais, conductor Paul Mefano, in RadioFrance, Paris.


"Het Lam Gods II" for solo flute and flute orchestra (2007). - 16'

Premiered in Jan. 2008 by Pierre-Yves Artaud and the Orchestre de Flutes Francais, conductor Carmen Carnuci, in Paris, France.


"Mouvement" for string orchestra (2006). - 5'

Premiered in Nov 2006 by the Camerata de France, conductor Daniel Tosi, in Ferrals, France.


"2 mouvements" for tenor saxophone and orchestra (2006). - 9'

Premiered in Sept. 2006 by Daniel Kientzy (saxophone) and "Mihail Jora" Philarmonic Orchestra, conductor Ovidiu Balan, Bacau Contemporary Music Festival, Roumania.


"Concerto n░ 1" for piano and string orchestra (2002). - 12'

Inspired by Erik Satie's "Vexations"
Premiered in Mar. 2008 by Daniel Isoir (piano) and the Nouvel orchestre de Chambre de Rouen, conductor Joachim Leroux, in Rouen (France).


"And then there was the sun in the sky" for flute, didgeridoo and flute orchestra (2000). - 10'30

On an Aboriginal tale.
Premiered in Apr. 2002 by Pierre-Yves Artaud, Phillip Peris and the Orchestre de Flutes Francais (conductor Pierre-Alain Biget) in Paris, France.
Editions Alphonse Leduc.


"Trois mouvements concertants" for orchestra (1994). - 10'

Premiered in Nov. 2000 by the Orchestre de Perpignan-Languedoc-Roussillon and the Camerata de France, conductor Daniel Tosi, Aujourd'hui Musiques Festival in Perpignan, France.


Music with tape:


"Archelogos III" for guitar and tape (in progress). - 2'40

Premiered in Nov. 2011 by Sophie Marechal, Sons d'Automne Festival in Annecy.


"Archelogos IIb" for Martenot waves and tape (2007). - 3'

Premiered in Mar. 2008 by Nadia Ratsimandresy in Colombes, France.


"Archelogos II" for bass-flute and tape (2007). - 3'

Premiered in Aug. 2007 by Etienne Lecomte, Son MiRe Festival, Fabrezan, France.


"Archelogos I" for voice, tape and images (2006). - 2'45

Premiered in Sep. 2006 by Francoise Vanhecke, Festival Eclats in Dieulefit, France.


"Vents du Sud " for sounds on CD (2006). - 18'

From recordings made with the ensemble Helios.
Premiered in Aug. 2006, for the exhibition "Vignes" by the photographer Guy Bompais in Fabrezan, France.


"Duo" for two voices or voice and tape (2005). - 3'

Premiered in Sep. 2006 by Françoise Vanhecke, Festival Eclats in Dieulefit, France.


"Voices of Australia" for flute and tape (2002). - 5'20

Premiered in Oct. 2002 by Ivan Bellocq for the "Biennale d'Art Contemporain" in Saint Cloud France.


For solo voice:


"L'art est le plus beau des mensonges..." for solo voice and Japanese bowls (2009) - 5'

Text by Alain Carre.
Premiered in Apr. 2012 by Yumi Nara in Kyoto, Japan.


For voice and instruments:


"Dreaming" chamber opera for two female voices, narrator, didgeridoo, flutes, percussion instruments and viola (2004). - 60'

Premiered in August 2004 by Veronique Bauer, Kiyoko Okada (voices), Phillip Peris (didgeridoo), Sylvie Pascal (flutes), Alain Martinez (viola), Ludovic Montet (percussion instuments) and Sophie Lacaze (narrator), Festival "Rencontres Contemporaines de Saint Privat d'Allier", France.


"L'art est le plus beau des mensonges..." version for soprano voice and vibraphone (2009) - 5'
On a text by Alain Carre.
Premiere planned in May 2010 by Kiyoko Okada (voice) and Philippe Spiesser (vibraphone), Festival le Son MiRe in Fabrezan, France.

"Kulungalinpa" for mezzo-soprano voice, trombone and string quartet (1998). - 12'50

Premiered in Apr. 1999 by Marie Kobayashi (voice), François Lemonnier (trombone), Lucie Bessière, Marie-Agnès Letellier (violins), Arnaud Limonaire (viola), Paul Broutin (cello) and Didier Latroupe (conductor), in Saint Cloud, France.


"Jetez-vous sur l'avenir" for female voice, flute and piano (1996). - 8'20

On a poem by Jean- Pierre Rosnay.
Premiered in Nov. 1996 by Marie Kobayashi (voice), Mie Ogura (flute) and Fuminori Tanada (piano) in Toulouse, France.


"En Quete" for narrator, mezzo-soprano voice, violin and piano (1996). - 10'30

On photographs by Guy Bompais and poems by Jean-Pierre Rosnay.
Recording for exhibitions in Paris ("Mois Off de la Photographie" Festival) in Nov. 1996, Iasi (Romania, French Cultural Center) in June 1997, Adelaide (Australia, Adelaide Fringe Festival) in Feb. 1998.
Premiered in concert in Apr. 1999 by Marie Kobayashi (voice), Marcelle Rosnay (narrator), Lucie Bessiere (violin), Fuminori Tanada (piano) and Didier Latroupe (conductor) in Saint Cloud, France.


"Trois melodies" for female voice and string trio (1991). - 9'

On poems by Jules Supervielle.
Premiered in Oct. 1992 by the ensemble Triton II in Toulouse, France.


With choir or vocal ensemble:


"O Sapientia" for five female voices (2013). - 11'

On texts by Hildegard von Bingen.
Premiere planned in 2014 by Mora Vocis ensemble.


"Il pleut des voix de femmes..." for women choir and piano (2011). - 10'

On a poem by Guillaume Apollinaire.
Premiered in Jan. 2012 by Appoggiature choir and Dimitri Gelas (piano), conductor Eliette Roche, at la Garde Adhemar, France.


"Marco Polo", opera for choir and ensemble (2011). - 50'

Choreography: Sabine Novel
Libretto: Alain Carre
Directing actors: Lise Ardaillon
Choir conductor: Nataliya Desandre
Premiered in May 2011 by students and teachers of the Centre de Pratique Musicale in Annecy, conductor Marie-Laure Bonnet des Claustres.


"Calligrammes", for solo baritone, choir and saxophone quartet (2010). - 12'

Premiered in March 2011 by Jean-François Rouchon (baritone), two choirs and one saxophone quartet of Cergy-Pontoise CRR, conductor Caroline Gaulon - 10e Rencontres Internationales de Composition Musicale de Cergy Pontoise, in Pontoise, France.


"Le voyage de Marco Polo" for soprano, violin and children choir (2010). - 35'

Production and libretto: Alain Carre.
Premiered in June 2010 by Mireille Berrod (voice), Christian Zagaria (violin) and children of les Allobroges secondary school in la Roche sur Foron, France.


"Les planetes" for flute, violin, viola, cello, children choir and small percussions (2009). - 15'

Premiere planned in May 2009 by musicians of the Orchestre National de Lyon (France Verrot, flute; Sandrine Haffner, violin; Catherine Bernold, viola; Stephen Eliason, cello), and children of Jean Racine primary school in Lyon, France.


"Le petit roi Jeannot" for soprano voice, flute, string trio and children choir (2008). - 20'

Premiere in June 2008 by Marie-Cecile Calmelet (voice), Flornece Semichon (flute), Arnaud Lehmann (violon), Sabine Brun (alto), Jérémie Maillard (violoncelle), and the children of Jean-Jaures and Guy Moquet primary schools in le Blanc Mesnil, France. Production: Aurelie Reybier.


"Musique de la mer" for clarinet, bassoon, string quartet, children choir and percussions ensemble (2006). - 18'

On poems by Victor Hugo and Jean-Pierre Rosnay.
Premiered in June 2007 by Micael Lubin (clarinet), Regis Roy (bassoon), Benaim String Quartet, and the children of Saint Merry primary school in Fontainebleau, Rencontres Musicales ProQuartet de Fontainebleau, France.


"Les quatre elements" concerto for flute(s), children choir and percussion ensemble (2005). - 15'

Premiered in Apr. 2006 by Pierre-Yves Artaud (flutes) and children of primary schools of Vic-en-Bigorre and Sarrouilles (Hautes Pyrenees) in Ibos, France.


"Oceans" for children - voices and percussion instruments -, flute, bassoon, violin, viola and double-bass (2005). - 15'

Premiered in May 2005 by 50 children of Fulchiron Primary School and musicians of the orchestra National de Lyon (France Verrot, flute ; François Apap, bassoon ; Claudie Boisselier, violin ; Vincint Hugon, voila and Daniel Billon, double-bass) in Lyon, France.


"Messe de Nostre Dame" for eight female voices and percussion instruments (2003). - 14'

Premiered in Nov. 2003 by " Aujourd'hui Musiques " vocal and instrumental ensemble, conductor Daniel Tosi, Aujourd'hui Musiques Festival in Perpignan, France.


"Fauvette" for women's choir (2003). - 3'

On a poem by Jean-Pierre Rosnay.
Premiered in July 2010 by the choir Calliope, conductor Regine Theodoresco, in Caluire et Cuire, France.


"Ave Maris Stella" for choir (2002). - 3'

Prize-winner at the International Competition organized for the Celebrations of Santa Brigida in Roma, Italy.


"Messe de Nostre Dame" for eight voices (2001). - 14'


"Le Becut" for children - voices and percussion instruments -, wind instrument and didgeridoo (1998-1999). - 18'

On a Pyrenean tale.
Premiered in June 1999 by the children of Lapacca and Parc Suzanne Primary Schools (Lourdes and Argeles-Gazost) , Phillip Peris (didgeridoo) and Mie Ogura (flute), in Lourdes, France.


Music for theatre or film:


"Le Petit Prince" for Martenot waves, flute and string trio (2008). - 30'

For Antoine de Saint Exupery's Petit Prince, in a production by Alain Carré.
Music recorded by Ingrid Pricaz-Vadot, flute; Marie-Laure Bonnet des Claustres, violin; Marie-Laure Brieugne, viola; Véronique Barraco, cello; Nadia Ratsimandresy, Martenot waves.


"L'enfance de Catherine" for flute and string trio (2002). - 8'

For "L'enfance de Catherine" by Anne Baudry.
Music has been performed by the ensemble Helios.


"Sarajevo sur Seine" for soprano, flute and cello (1994). - 5'

For "Sarajevo sur Seine" by Jose Ogab.
Music has been performed by Aino Lund (voice), Chiharu Tachibana (flute) and Ladislav Szathmary (cello).


Pedagogical works:


"Sons-Jeux" for clarinet and piano (2003). - 3'20

Level: 4 or 5 years of clarinet.
Premiered in June 2003 by the students of Chateaudun School of Music, France. Editions Alphonse Leduc.


"Pour six flutes" for 6 flutes (2002). - 5'

Premiere planned by students of the Conservatoire National de Region in Versailles, France.


"Une histoire de Kappa" for children - voices and percussion instruments - (1996-1997). - 14'

On a Japanese tale.
Premiered in June 1997 by the children of Vic in Bigorre, Camales and Tostat Primary School in Camales, Quinzaine des Arts de l'Academie de Toulouse, France.


"Le mariage de Roland" for soprano voice, cello, piano and children audience (1994). - 5'

On a text by Victor Hugo.
Premiered in Feb. 1994 by the ensemble Triton II and children of primary schools in the Hautes Pyrenees, le Parvis in Ibos, France.