Georges Auric  

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Georges Auric (15 February 1899 – 23 July 1983) was a French composer. He was considered one of Les Six, a group of artists informally associated with Jean Cocteau and Erik Satie. Before he turned 20 he had orchestrated and written incidental music for several ballets and stage productions. He also had a long and distinguished career as a film composer, amongst others Therese and Isabelle (1968).


  • Trois Interludes for piano and voice (1914)
  • Huit Poèmes de Jean Cocteau for piano and voice (1918)
  • Adieu, New-York! for piano (1919)
  • Prélude for piano (1919)
  • Les joues en feu for piano and voice (1920)
  • Ouverture and Ritournelle from Les Mariés de la Tour Eiffel for orchestra (1920)
  • Pastorales for piano (1920)
  • Sonatine for piano (1922)
  • Les Fâcheux (Ballet) (1923)
  • Cinq Bagatelles for piano 4 hands (1925)
  • Les Matelots (Ballet) (1925)

Selected filmography

A more complete list is in the French Wikipedia article on Georges Auric Template:In lang.

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