Auguste Durand

Auguste Durand Music Recordings and Sheet Music

  • Born
    18th July 1830
  • Died
    31st May 1909
  • Birthplace
    Paris, France

Marie-Auguste Massacrié-Durand was a French organist, publisher, and composer of classical music. Durand studied at Paris Conservatoire with Cesar Franck and Camille Saint-Saëns. He started as an organist in 1849 in Saint-Ambroise, then at St. Genevieve, St. Roch and St. Vincent de Paul (1862-1874). During this time he begins to compose popular music, including sa chaconne and sa valse pour piano (waltz for piano).

Title Form Instrument Ratings
Pomponnette, Op.80 Aria / Arietta Piano
Chaconne, Op.62 Chaconne Organ
Annette et Lubin, Op.79 Gavotte Piano
Babillage, Op.81 Piano piece Piano
Le refrain du pays, Op.61 Piece Organ
Regrets, Op.60 Piece Organ
Méditation, Op.59 Quartet Chamber group
Ave Maria Sacred Mass Voice(s) and Piano
Messe solennelle No.2, Op.55 Sacred Mass Solo voice(s)
Sous les Bois, Op.78 Song Cycle Voice(s) and Piano
Valse no. 1, Op. 83 Waltz Piano
Valse No.2, Op.86 Waltz Piano
Valse No.3, Op.88 Waltz Piano
Valse No.4, Op.90 Waltz Piano
Valse No.5, Op.91 Waltz Piano
Valse No.6, Op.96 Waltz Piano