Renaud de Vilbac Music Recordings and Sheet Music

  • Born
    3rd June 1829
  • Died
    19th March 1884
  • Birthplace
    Montpellier, France

Renaud Vilbac (or Charles Renaud Vilbac), born in Montpellier, France, June 3, 1829, and died in Ixelles (near Brussels) Belgium, March 19, 1884, was a French organist and composer. He entered the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique in Paris at age of 13 to study the organ there with François Benoist and composition with Halévy. Two years later, he won the first two Grand Prix of Rome with his cantata The Renegade Tangier on a Pastoret text in 1844.

Title Form Instrument Ratings
École complète et progressive du piano Books Piano
12 Duos Pittoresques Compilation Chamber group
La neige Mazurka Piano
Les pages du Roy Minuet Piano
Minuetto gracieuse Minuet Piano
La Maîtrise Catholique Motet Voice(s) and Piano
Styrienne No.2 Piano piece Piano
Échos de l'enfance Piece Piano
L'orgue moderne Piece Organ
Perles de l'harmonium Piece Organ
Prière du matin Piece Organ
Polonaise No.1 Polonaise Piano
L'instituteur organiste Prelude Organ
L'Organiste Catholique Sacred Mass Organ
Les arabesques, Op.32 Theme and Variations Piano
Trios dramatiques Trio Chamber group