Seznam děl

    * 1, Piano Sonata movement (1888), lost
    * 2, Variations on a Theme of Grieg (Death of Ase) for piano (1888)
    * 3, Variations on a Theme of Schumann (Choral "Freu dich, o meine Seele" from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68) for piano (1888)
    * 4, Ballade de la reine morte d'aimer, song with piano after Roland de Marès (1893)
    * 5, Sérénade grotesque for piano (1892-93)
    * 6, Un grand sommeil noir, song for deep voice and piano after Paul Verlaine (1895)
    * 7, Menuet antique for piano (1895), orchestra (1929)
    * 8, Habanera for two pianos (1895)
    * 9, Sainte, song with piano after Stéphane Mallarmé (1896)
    * 10, D'Anne jouant l'espinette, song with harpsichord or piano after Clément Marot (1896)
    * 11, La parade for piano (1896)
    * 12, Sonate # 1 pour piano et violon, Violin Sonata No. 1 (1897, posthume, one-movement)
          o Allegro
    * 13, Entre cloches for two pianos (1897)
    * 14, Valse in D for piano (1898)
    * 15, Chanson de rouet, song with piano after Leconte de Lisle (1898)
    * 16, Si morne!, song with piano after Émile Verhaeren (1898)
    * 17, Shéhérazade, ouverture de féerie for orchestra (1898)
    * 18, Olympia, opera after E. T. A. Hoffmann's The Sandman (1898-99), sketches destroyed except for a Symphonie horlogère incorporated into the opening of no. 52 L'heure espagnole
    * 19, Pavane pour une infante défunte for piano (1899), orchestra (1910)
    * 20, Fugue for piano (1899), lost
    * 21, D'Anne qui me jecta de la neige, song with piano after Clément Marot (1899)
    * 22, Callerhoe, cantata (1900), lost
    * 23, Fugue in D for piano (1900)
    * 24, Fugue à quatre voix on a theme of Reber in F for piano (1900)
    * 25, Les Bayadères for soprano, mixed choir, and orchestra (1900)
    * 26, Prélude and Fugue for piano (1900)
    * 27, Fugue in F for piano (1900)
    * 28, Tout est lumière for soprano, mixed choir, and orchestra (1900)
    * 29, Myrrha, cantata for soprano, tenor, baritone, and orchestra (1901)
    * 30, Jeux d'eau for piano (1901)
    * 31, Semiramis, cantata (1902), lost
    * 32, Fugue in E flat for piano (1902)
    * 33, La nuit for soprano, mixed choir, and orchestra (1902)
    * 34, Alcyone for soprano, alto, tenor, and orchestra (1902)
    * 35, String Quartet in F (1902-03)
          o Allegro moderato
          o Assez vif, très rythmé
          o Très lent
          o Vif et agité
    * 36, Fugue in E minor for piano (1903)
    * 37, Matinée en Provence for soprano, mixed choir, and orchestra (1903)
    * 38, Alyssa, cantata for soprano, tenor, baritone, and orchestra (1903)
    * 39, Manteau des fleurs, song with piano after Paul Gravollet (1903)
    * 40, Sonatine for piano (1903-05)
          o Modéré
          o Mouvement de menuet
          o Animé
    * 41, Shéhérazade, song cycle for soprano or tenor, and orchestra, after Tristan Klingsor (1903)
          o Asie
          o La fl‎ûte enchantée
          o L'indifférent
    * 42, Menuet in C sharp minor for piano (1904)
    * 43, Miroirs for piano (1904-05)
          o Noctuelles
          o Oiseaux tristes
          o Une barque sur l'océan (orchestrated 1906)
          o Alborada del gracioso (orchestrated 1918)
          o La vallée des cloches
    * 44, Fugue in C for piano (1905)
    * 45, L'aurore, for tenor, mixed choir, and orchestra (1905)
    * 46, Introduction and Allegro for harp, flute, clarinet, two violins, viola, and cello (1905)
    * 47, Noël des jouets, song with piano (1905) and with orchestra (1906)
    * 48, Les grand vents d'outre-mer, song with piano after Henri de Régnier (1906)
    * 49, La cloche engloutie, planned opera (1906-12), destroyed by Ravel
    * 50, Histoires naturelles, song cycle for medium voice and piano after Jules Renard (1906)
          o Le paon
          o Le grillon
          o Le cygne
          o Le martin-pêcheur
          o La pintade
    * 51, Vocalise-étude en forme de habanera, song for deep voice and piano (1907)
    * 52, L'heure espagnole, opera with libretto by Franc-Nohain (1907)
    * 53, Sur l'herbe, song with piano after Paul Verlaine (1907)
    * 54, Rapsodie espagnole for orchestra (1907)
          o Prélude à la nuit
          o Malaguena
          o Habanera (orch. version of the 1895 Habanera for two pianos)
          o Feria""
    * 55, Gaspard de la nuit for piano after Aloysius Bertrand (1908)
          o Ondine
          o Le gibet
          o Scarbo
    * 56, Pavane de la Belle au bois dormant for piano four hands, inspired by Charles Perrault (1908)
    * 57, Daphnis et Chloé, ballet (1909-12)
    * 57a, Daphnis et Chloé Suite No. 1 for orchestra (1911)
          o Nocturne avec choeur a capella ou orchestration seulement
          o Interlude
          o Danse guerrière
    * 57b, Daphnis et Chloé Suite No. 2 for orchestra (1912)
          o Lever du jour
          o Pantomime
          o Danse générale
    * 57c, Danse gracieuse de Daphnis, suite for piano (1913)
          o Nocturne
          o Interlude et Danse guerrière
          o Scène de Daphnis et Chloé
    * 58, Menuet sur le nom de Haydn for piano (1909)
    * 59, Saint François d'Assise for soloists, choir, and orchestra (1909-10), lost
    * 60, Ma Mère l'Oie, pieces for piano four hands after the tales of Perrault and Mme. d'Aulnoy (1908-10), orchestrated (1911)
          o Pavane de la belle au bois dormant
          o Petit poucet
          o Laideronnette, impératrice des pagodes
          o Les entretiens de la belle et de la bête
          o Le jardin féerique
    * 61, Valses nobles et sentimentales for piano (1911), orchestra (1912)
    * 62, Ma Mère l'Oie, ballet orchestrated from suite of piano duets no. 60 (1911-12) with two pieces added
    * 63, À la manière de... for piano (1912-13)
          o Borodine
          o Chabrier
    * 64, Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé, song cycle for voice and piccolo, two flutes, clarinets, basset clarinet, two violins, viola, cello, and piano (1913), also transcribed for voice and piano (1913)
          o Soupir
          o Placet futile
          o Surgi de la croupe et du bond
    * 65, Prélude for piano (1913)
    * 66, Zaspiak-Bat, sketches on Basque themes for piano and orchestra (1913-14)
    * 67, Piano Trio in A minor (1914)
          o Modéré
          o Pantoum. Assez vite
          o Passacaille. Très large
          o Final. Animé
    * 68, Le Tombeau de Couperin for piano (1914-17)
          o Prélude
          o Fugue
          o Forlane
          o Rigaudon
          o Menuet
          o Toccata
    * 68a, Le Tombeau de Couperin, orchestration of selected pieces from no. 68 (1919)
          o Prélude
          o Forlane
          o Menuet
          o Rigaudon
    * 69, Three Songs for Unaccompanied Mixed Choir, lyrics by Ravel (1914-15), also transcribed for medium voice and piano (1915)
          o Nicolette
          o Trois beaux oiseaux du paradis
          o Ronde
    * 70, Frontispiece for two pianos, five hands (1918)
    * 71, L'enfant et les sortilèges, lyric fantasy after Colette with 21 roles for sopranos, mezzos, tenors, and basses, mixed and children's choirs, and orchestra
    * 72, La Valse, choreographic poem for orchestra (1919-20)
    * 73, Sonate pour violon et violoncelle, Sonata for violin and cello (1920-22)
          o Allegro (la mineur)
          o Très vif (la mineur)
          o Lent (la mineur)
          o Vif, avec entrain (do majeur)
    * 74, Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré for violin and piano (1922)
    * 75, Ronsard à son âme, song with piano after Douzain de Ronsard (1923-24), orchestrated (1935)
    * 76, Tzigane, rhapsody for violin and piano/orchestra (1924)
    * 77, Sonate # 2 pour violon et piano, Violin Sonata No. 2 (1923-27)
          o Allegretto (sol majeur)
          o Blues. Moderato (la bémol majeur)
          o Perpetuum mobile. Allegro (sol majeur)
    * 78, Chansons madécasses, song cycle for soprano, flute, cello, and piano after Evariste-Désiré Parny de Forges (1925-26)
          o Nahandove
          o Aoua
          o Il est doux
    * 79, Rêves, song with piano after Léon-Paul Fargue (1927)
    * 80, Fanfare (1927; he was one of the ten French composers who each contributed a dance for the children's ballet L'Éventail de Jeanne).

    * 81, Boléro, ballet (1928), transcribed for piano four hands (1929)
    * 82, Piano Concerto in D for the Left Hand (1929-30)
    * 83, Piano Concerto in G (1929-31)
    * 84, Don Quichotte à Dulcinée, song cycle for baritone and orchestra after Paul Morand (1932-33)
          o Chanson romanesque
          o Chanson épique
          o Chanson à boire
    * 85, Morgiane, oratorio-ballet for soloists, choir, and orchestra (1932), sketches only

    By genre

    Stage

    * 18, Olympia, opera after E. T. A. Hoffmann's The Sandman (1898-99), sketches destroyed except for a Symphonie horlogère incorporated into the opening of L'heure espagnole
    * 49, La cloche engloutie, planned opera (1906-12), destroyed by Ravel
    * 52, L'heure espagnole, opera with libretto by Franc-Nohain (1907)
    * 57, Daphnis et Chloé, ballet (1909-12)
    * 62, Ma Mère l'Oie, ballet expanded from orchestral suite no. 60 (1911-12), with two pieces and interludes added
    * 71, L'enfant et les sortilèges, lyric fantasy after Colette with 21 roles for sopranos, mezzos, tenors, and basses, mixed and children's choirs, and orchestra
    * 80, Fanfare, from the collaborative ballet L'Éventail de Jeanne (1927)
    * 85, Morgiane, oratorio-ballet for soloists, choir, and orchestra (1932), sketches only

    Orchestral

    * 7, Menuet antique for orchestra (1929)
    * 17, Shéhérazade, ouverture de féerie for orchestra (1898)
    * 19, Pavane pour une infante défunte for orchestra (1910)
    * 54, Rapsodie espagnole for orchestra (1907)
          o Prélude à la nuit
          o Malaguena
          o Habanera (orch. version of the 1895 Habanera for two pianos)
          o Feria""
    * 57a, Daphnis et Chloé Suite No. 1 for orchestra (1911)
          o Nocturne avec choeur a capella ou orchestration seulement
          o Interlude
          o Danse guerrière
    * 57b, Daphnis et Chloé Suite No. 2 for orchestra (1912)
          o Lever du jour
          o Pantomime
          o Danse générale
    * 60, Ma Mère l'Oie, after the tales of Perrault and Mme. d'Aulnoy, orchestral version (1911)
          o Pavane de la belle au bois dormant
          o Petit poucet
          o Laideronnette, impératrice des pagodes
          o Les entretiens de la belle et de la bête
          o Le jardin féerique
    * 61, Valses nobles et sentimentales for orchestra (1912)
    * 68a, Le Tombeau de Couperin, orchestration of selected pieces from no. 68 (1919)
          o Prélude
          o Forlane
          o Menuet
          o Rigaudon
    * 72, La Valse, choreographic poem for orchestra (1919-20)
    * Pictures at an Exhibition, orchestration of Mussorgsky's piano suite (1922)
    * 81, Boléro for orchestra (1928)

    Concertante

    * 66, Zaspiak-Bat, sketches on Basque themes for piano and orchestra (1913-14)
    * 76, Tzigane, rhapsody for violin and orchestra (1924)
    * 82, Piano Concerto in D for the Left Hand (1929-30)
    * 83, Piano Concerto in G (1929-31)
         
 Vocal Orchestral

    * 22, Callerhoe, cantata (1900), lost
    * 25, Les Bayadères for soprano, mixed choir, and orchestra (1900)
    * 28, Tout est lumière for soprano, mixed choir, and orchestra (1900)
    * 29, Myrrha, cantata for soprano, tenor, baritone, and orchestra (1901)
    * 31, Semiramis, cantata (1902), lost
    * 33, La nuit for soprano, mixed choir, and orchestra (1902)
    * 34, Alcyone for soprano, alto, tenor, and orchestra (1902)
    * 37, Matinée en Provence for soprano, mixed choir, and orchestra (1903)
    * 38, Alyssa, cantata for soprano, tenor, baritone, and orchestra (1903)
    * 41, Shéhérazade, song cycle for soprano or tenor, and orchestra, after Tristan Klingsor (1903)
          o Asie
          o La fl‎ûte enchantée
          o L'indifférent
    * 45, L'aurore, for tenor, mixed choir, and orchestra (1905)
    * 47, Noël des jouets, song with orchestra (1906)
    * 59, Saint François d'Assise for soloists, choir, and orchestra (1909-10), lost
    * 75, Ronsard à son âme, after Douzain de Ronsard, orchestral version (1935)
    * 84, Don Quichotte à Dulcinée, song cycle for baritone and orchestra after Paul Morand (1932-33)
          o Chanson romanesque
          o Chanson épique
          o Chanson à boire

      Chamber

    * 12, Sonate # 1 pour piano et violon, Violin Sonata No. 1 (1897, one-movement, posthumously published)
          o Allegro
    * 35, String Quartet in F (1902-03)
          o Allegro moderato
          o Assez vif, très rythmé
          o Très lent
          o Vif et agité
    * 46, Introduction and Allegro for harp, flute, clarinet, two violins, viola, and cello (1905)
    * 67, Piano Trio in A minor (1914)
          o Modéré
          o Pantoum. Assez vite
          o Passacaille. Très large
          o Final. Animé
    * 73, Sonate pour violon et violoncelle, Sonata for violin and cello (1920-22)
          o Allegro (la mineur)
          o Très vif (la mineur)
          o Lent (la mineur)
          o Vif, avec entrain (do majeur)
    * 74, Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré for violin and piano (1922)
    * 76, Tzigane, rhapsody for violin and piano (1924)
    * 77, Sonate # 2 pour violon et piano, Violin Sonata No. 2 (1923-27)
          o Allegretto (sol majeur)
          o Blues. Moderato (la bémol majeur)
          o Perpetuum mobile. Allegro (sol majeur)
       
    Piano(s)

       Main article: List of solo piano compositions by Maurice Ravel

      Vocal Instrumental

    * 4, Ballade de la reine morte d'aimer, song with piano after Roland de Marès (1893)
    * 6, Un grand sommeil noir, song for deep voice and piano after Paul Verlaine (1895)
    * 9, Sainte, song with piano after Stéphane Mallarmé (1896)
    * 10, D'Anne jouant l'espinette, song with harpsichord or piano after Clément Marot (1896)
    * 15, Chanson de rouet, song with piano after Leconte de Lisle (1898)
    * 16, Si morne!, song with piano after Émile Verhaeren (1898)
    * 21, D'Anne qui me jecta de la neige, song with piano after Clément Marot (1899)
    * 39, Manteau des fleurs, song with piano after Paul Gravollet (1903)
    * 47, Noël des jouets, song with piano (1905)
    * 48, Les grand vents d'outre-mer, song with piano after Henri de Régnier (1906)
    * 50, Histoires naturelles, song cycle for medium voice and piano after Jules Renard (1906)
          o Le paon
          o Le grillon
          o Le cygne
          o Le martin-pêcheur
          o La pintade
    * 51, Vocalise-étude en forme de habanera, song for deep voice and piano (1907)
    * 53, Sur l'herbe, song with piano after Paul Verlaine (1907)
    * 64, Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé, song cycle for voice and piccolo, two flutes, clarinets, basset clarinet, two violins, viola, cello, and piano (1913), also transcribed for voice and piano (1913)
          o Soupir
          o Placet futile
          o Surgi de la croupe et du bond
    * 69, Three Songs, lyrics by Ravel (1914-15), originally for unaccompanied mixed choir, transcribed for medium voice and piano (1915)
          o Nicolette
          o Trois beaux oiseaux du paradis
          o Ronde
    * 75, Ronsard à son âme, song with piano after Douzain de Ronsard (1923-24)
    * 78, Chansons madécasses, song cycle for soprano, flute, cello, and piano after Evariste-Désiré Parny de Forges (1925-26)
          o Nahandove
          o Aoua
          o Il est doux
    * 79, Rêves, song with piano after Léon-Paul Fargue (1927)

     Choral


    * 69, Three Songs for Unaccompanied Mixed Choir, lyrics by Ravel (1914-15)
          o Nicolette
          o Trois beaux oiseaux du paradis
          o Ronde

    * The Marnat catalogue of the works of Maurice Ravel (in French)
 

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