Mélodie Sheet Music

The term mélodie refers to a genre of art-songs that appeared in France during the 19th century. It is usually compared with the Lied, its German equivalent, and contrasted with the chanson, a French form of folksongs. Though the Lied was already popular in the early 1800's, the mélodie grew independently, strongly influenced by the romance (a form of less serious art-song). The most popular composers to write in mélodies were Berlioz, Massenet, Fauré, Duparc, Debussy, Ravel, and Roussel.

Title Composer Instrument Period
3 Chansons de France Claude Debussy Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
À deux pleurer Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Aimons-nous et dormons Claude Debussy Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Âmes obscures Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Amoureuse Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Amoureux appel Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Amours bénis Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Apparition Claude Debussy Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Au delà du rêve Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Au très aimé Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Aubade Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Romantic
Aube païenne Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Early 20th Century
Ave Margarita! Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Avec toi! Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Aveu Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Avril est amoureux Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Avril est là! Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Beau soir Claude Debussy Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Beaux yeux que j'aime Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
Ce que disent les cloches Jules Massenet Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century