Camille Chevillard

Camille Chevillard Music Recordings and Sheet Music

  • Born
    14th October 1859
  • Died
    30th May 1923
  • Birthplace
    Paris, France

Paul Alexandre Camille Chevillard was a French composer and conductor. He was born in Paris, France. He led the Orchestre Lamoureux in the premieres of Claude Debussy's Nocturnes (1900 and 1901) and La mer (1905), and promoted the music of Albéric Magnard.[2] He was the son-in-law of conductor Charles Lamoureux. He died in Chatou. His pupils included Suzanne Chaigneau, Clotilde Coulombe, Sophie Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté, Yvonne Hubert, Eugeniusz Morawski, and Robert Soetens.

Title Form Instrument Ratings
Ballade symphonique, Op.6 Ballade Orchestra
4 Pieces for Viola and Piano, Op.4 Duet Solo Instrument and Piano
Allegro, Op.18 Duet Solo Instrument and Piano
Fantaisie symphonique, Op.10 Fantasy Orchestra
Zacharie, Op.19 Piano piece Piano
String Quartet, Op.16 Quartet String Quartet
Piano Quintet, Op.1 Quintet Chamber group
Piano Trio, Op.3 Quintet Chamber group
Cello Sonata, Op.15 Sonata Solo Instrument and Piano
Violin Sonata, Op.8 Sonata Solo Instrument and Piano
Thème et variations, Op.5 Theme and Variations Piano