Stanislas Verroust Sheet Music

  • Born
    10th May 1814
  • Died
    9th April 1863
  • Birthplace
    Hazebrouck, France

Louis Stanislas Xavier Verroust was a French composer and oboist. Verroust was born May 10, 1814 in Hazebrouck. He received 2nd prize in Gustave Vogt's class in oboe in 1833, then first prize the next year. Also a fine violinist, he became 2nd violinist in the orchestra of the Palais-Royal in 1831. He taught oboe at the Conservatoire de Paris from 1853 to 1860, succeeding Gustave Vogt in this position and preceding Charles Triébert.

Title Form Instrument
Caprice pour Hautbois et Piano, Op.15 Caprice Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.1, Op.73 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.2, Op.74 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.3, Op.76 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.4, Op.77 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.5, Op.78 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.6, Op.79 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.7, Op.81 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.8, Op.82 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.9, Op.83 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.10, Op.84 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.11, Op.85 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
Solo de concert No.12, Op.86 Concerto Solo Instrument and Piano
24 Études melodiques, Op.65 Etude Oboe
Fantaisie et Variations sur 'Il Corsaro', Op.54 Fantasy Solo Instrument and Piano
Fantaisie, Op.1 Fantasy Solo Instrument and Piano
Fantaisie sur 'Le Planteur de Monpou', Op.12 Fantasy Solo Instrument and Piano
Variations on a Theme by Hummel, Op.26 Theme and Variations Solo Instrument and Piano
Variations on a Theme by Bellini, Op.22 Variable Solo Instrument and Piano
Grande valse pour hautbois et piano, Op.66 Waltz Solo Instrument and Piano