Editions Antoine Ysaÿe, located in Brussels, was founded by Antoine Ysaÿe (1894-1979), the son of violinist-composer Eugène Ysaÿe. It appears to have been in business as early as 1921, though it is uncertain when it actually started.
The firm produced both original engravings and reprints of other French publishers, such as Schott Frères.
- Éditions Ysaÿe
- Éditions Antoine Ysaÿe & Cie.
|Ysaÿe||Au rouet, Op.13 (arr. for violin and piano - Reprint)||1921|
|A.Y. 3219||Ysaÿe||6 Sonatas for Solo Violin, Op.27 (No.1)||1924|
|A.Y. 3332||Ysaÿe||6 Sonatas for Solo Violin, Op.27 (No.3)||1924|
|A.Y. 3338||Ysaÿe||6 Sonatas for Solo Violin, Op.27 (No.4)||1924|
|A.Y. 3339||Ysaÿe||6 Sonatas for Solo Violin, Op.27 (No.2)||1924|
|A.Y. 3340||Ysaÿe||6 Sonatas for Solo Violin, Op.27 (No.5)||1924|
|A.Y. 3355||Ysaÿe||6 Sonatas for Solo Violin, Op.27 (No.6)||1924|
|A.Y. 3446||Ysaÿe||Amitié, Op.26 (arr. for 2 violins and piano)||1927|
|A.Y. 3447||Ysaÿe||Poème nocturne, Op.29 (arr. for piano trio)||1927|