Auguste Dupont was a Belgian composer He was educated at the Liege Conservatoire, and after several years spent in successful travel as a pianist was appointed in 1850 a professor of the Brussels Conservatoire. Auguste Dupont's works for the pianoforte were numerous, A Concertstück (Op. 42) and a concerto in F minor (Op. 49), both with orchestral accompaniment, are his most ambitious works. Among his solo pieces the best are Roman en dix pages (Op. 48), a set of short pieces showing the influence of Robert Schumann in their structure, and Contes du foyer (Op. 12). His younger brother, Joseph Dupont (1838-1899), attained great distinction as an operatic conductor.
|Piano Concerto, Op.49||Concerto||Piano and orchestra|
|3 Danses dans le style ancien, Op.37||Dance||Piano|
|Morgane||Opera / Operetta||Voice(s) and Orchestra|
|Suite en quintette||Quartet||String Quartet|
|Chanson Hongroise, Op.27||Song Cycle||Piano|