Simple aveu, Op.25 (Thomé, Francis)
Paris: Durand, Schoenewerk et Cie., n.d.(ca.1877?). Plate D. S. et Cie. 2459.
This first edition was entitled L'aveu. The work was the subject of many arrangements all seemingly entitled Simple aveu.
First edition (reprint)
Paris: Durand, Schoenewerk et Cie., n.d. (ca.1877). Plate D. S. 2459.
Re-engraved by Durand-Schoenewek sometime between 1886 and 1891 and re-printed by A. Durand et Fils between 1891 and 1909.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Small Orchestra
Paris: A. Durand et Fils, n.d. Plates D. & F. 7647, 4222
For Violin or Cello and Piano (Composer? and Jacquard)
For Viola and Piano
For Cello and Piano (Borch)
For Flute and Piano (Jacquet)
- See: Flute Classics No.14
For 2 Pianos 4 hands (Roques)
|Work Title||Simple aveu|
|Alternative Title||Simple Confession|
Romance sans paroles
|External Links||(as Simple treu, a clear typo.)|
Appears in the Bibliographie de la France in 1881 (and perhaps earlier as just L'Aveu); this is indeed an arrangement, however. The original version of ca.1877 does not seem to have registered in the Bibliographie or elsewhere.
There is also a voice and piano arrangement with words by L. (Luigi, one assumes) Bordèse (apparently authorized by Thomé or even possibly in consultation with him?) published by Durand in 1892/early 1893.