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This page contains the works currently listed in Duo Lafitte repertoire. For each composer the list is divided in works for two pianos, works for piano duet and works for two pianos with orchestra or ensemble.


At the same time, the Duo Lafitte maintains a catalogue of works for two pianists and possibly other instrumentalits, pianists or not: two pianos, three pianos, two pianos and orchestra, two pianos and percussion, two pianos and voices, ...
The catalogue currently consists of more than 6000 works, among them for instance :

  • 3100 for two pianos soli
  • 2550 by living composers
  • 1550 for one piano, four hands
  • 1060 of North American music
  •   440 of Scandinavian or Baltic music
  •   340 for two pianos and orchestra
  •   208 for two pianos and choir
  •   192 for four pianos or two pianos, eight hands
  •   159 for two pianos and percussion
  •     37 for two pianos and wind instrument(s)
  •     20 for six pianos
  • ...

You will find in the catalogue part some excerpts of the catalogue. For more specific extractions, please do not hesitate to get in contact.

Bach, Johann Sebastian
Beethoven, Ludwig van
Beffa, Karol
Brahms, Johannes
Bruch, Max
Brust, Paul
Chabrier, Emmanuel
Challulau, Tristan-Patrice
Chasins, Abram
Chopin, Frederic
Chostakovitch, Dmitri
Debussy, Claude
Delplace, Stéphane
Dello Joio, Norman
Dutilleux, Henri
Falla, Manuel de
Gershwin, George
Grieg, Edvard
Holst, Gustav
Infante, Manuel
Lafitte, Isabelle
Ligeti, György
Liszt, Franz
Louvier, Alain
Lutosławski, Witold
MacPhee, Colin
Martin, Frank
Mendelssohn, Felix
Milhaud, Darius
Moszkowski, Moritz
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
Poulenc, Francis
Rachmaninov, Sergueï
Ravel, Maurice
Rimski-Korsakov, Nicolaï
Rodrigo, Joaquín
Saint-Saëns, Camille
Schubert, Franz
Schumann, Robert
Smetana, Bedřich
Soler, Padre Antonio
Stravinsky, Igor
Tailleferre, Germaine
Takemitsu, Toru
Turina, Joaquín
Vaughan Williams, Ralph
Zavaro, Pascal