Jacques Leguerney - Chronological Works List

Chronological Works List

  • 1928 "D'une fontaine" Philippe Desportes, in "Poèmes de la Pléiade, 8ème Recueil," Editions Max Eschig, 1988.
  • 1928 "Le Tombeau de Ronsard" Pierre de Ronsard,in "Poèmes de la Pléiade, 8ème Recueil," Editions Max Eschig, 1988.
  • 1928 "Sur la mort de Diane" Philippe Desportes, in "Poèmes de la Pléiade, 8ème Recueil," Editions Max Eschig, 1988.
  • 1929 "Avril" Rémy Belleau, in "Poèmes de la Pléiade, 8ème Recueil," Editions Max Eschig, 1988.
  • 1930 "Nuit d'été" Albert Samain, in "Quatre Mélodies," Editions Max Eschig, 1988.
  • 1942 "Ma douce jouvence est passée" Pierre de Ronsard," in "Poèmes de la Pléiade, 2ème Recueil," Editions Salabert, 1950 and1989.
  • 1942 "Nous ne tenons" Pierre de Ronsard, in "Poèmes de la Pléiade, 7ème Recueil," Editions Max Eschig, 1989.
  • 1943 "Au sommeil" Philippe Desportes, in "Poèmes dela Pléiade, 1er Recueil," Editions Salabert, 1950 and 1989.
  • 1943 "Genièvres hérissés" Pierre de Ronsard, in "Poèmes de la Pléiade, 1er Recueil," Editions Salabert, 1950 and 1989.
  • 1943 "Je me lamente" Pierre de Ronsard, in "Poèmes de la Pléiade, 1er Recueil," Editions Salabert, 1950 and 1989.
  • 1943 "Je vous envoie" Pierre de Ronsard, in "Poèmes de la Pléiade, 1er Recueil," Editions Salabert, 1950 and 1989.
  • 1943-1947 "Poèmes de la Pléiade", song cycle to texts by Pierre de Ronsard (1524–1585)
  • 1948 String Quartet in D
  • 1951 "La Solitude", four songs to texts by Théophile de Viau (1590–1626)
  • 1952 "Le Carnaval", three songs to texts by Antoine Girard de Saint-Amant (1594–1661)

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