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Villanelle (Poulenc)

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Chamber music by Francis Poulenc
CatalogueFP 74
Composed1934 (1934)
  • recorder
  • piano

Villanelle, FP 74, by Francis Poulenc is a piece of chamber music composed in 1934. It was written for recorder and piano. The execution time is about 2 minutes.


The work was commissioned by the Australian Louise Hanson-Dyer, who inserted it into a collection of pieces for piano and recorder (entitled Pipeau).[M 1]

Reception and legacy

Because of its modesty, this piece is rarely performed. The instrument for which it is written, the recorder, deprives it of a real notoriety.[M 1] It is not mentioned in the catalog of works of the composer established by the biographer Henri Hell.[H 1]


  • Hell, Henri (1978). Francis Poulenc (in French). Fayard. p. 388. ISBN 2-213-00670-9..
  1. ^ p. 364–365
  1. ^ a b p. 92


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