Paul Vidal

Paul Vidal Sheet Music

  • Born
    16th June 1863
  • Died
    9th April 1931
  • Birthplace
    France

Paul Antonin Vidal was a French composer, conductor and music teacher mainly active in Paris. Paul Vidal was born in Toulouse, and studied at the conservatoires there and in Paris, under Jules Massenet at the latter. He won the Prix de Rome in 1883, one year before Claude Debussy. On 8 January 1886, in Rome, Vidal and Debussy performed Franz Liszt's Faust Symphony at two pianos for Liszt himself, an after-dinner performance that Liszt apparently slept through. The following day they played Emmanuel Chabrier's Trois valses romantiques for Liszt.

Title Form Instrument
La maladetta Ballet Orchestra
Barcarolle Barcarolle Piano
Noël Cantata Choir and Orchestra
10 Mélodies pour chant et piano Compilation Voice(s) and Piano
Concertino Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Vague tristesse Melodrama Voice(s) and Piano
Eros Opera / Operetta Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
Guernica Opera / Operetta Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
La Burgonde Opera / Operetta Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
Deux pages d'album Piano piece Piano
Sur l'eau Piano piece Piano 4 hands
Le joueur de sabot Piece Voice(s) and Piano
Printemps nouveau Piece Voice(s) and Piano
Tes yeux Piece Voice(s) and Piano
Cantique Sacred Mass Voice(s) and Piano
Saint-Georges Theatrical / Incidental Voice(s) and Orchestra
Air des folies d'Espagne Theme and Variations Guitar