Discography

Below are all the records of Pierre Arvay, arranged in six genres which can be selected from the menu above. The ‘Orchestrations and arrangements' genre presents records only containing music from other composers, orchestrated and arranged by Pierre Arvay.

  • You can listen to all of the pieces composed and/or orchestrated and arranged by Pierre Arvay (in full or extracts depending on the genre). Music that has not been recorded on disc (having been offered to professionals on audio tape only) is available in the MUSIC section;
  • Records are not necessarily presented in chronological order during the course of a given year, except for those of the same label as sales references make it possible to identify the order of issue.
    In order to date discs where the original media gave no indication of a date, the date of registration of copyright at the Bibliothèque nationale de France was crosschecked against the Sacem catalogue, the Arvay family's files and/or other references such as press publications or information from editors;
  • The 2-track singles versions of a record, as well as the foreign pressings issued by the same label, are cited on its fact sheet.
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    Instrumental music

Orchestral moods n° 2

(De Wolfe Music DW/LP 3175 — 1970)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Images symphoniques

(De Wolfe Music DW/LP 3178 — 1970)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Song

Hélène Martin chante Jean Giono

(Disques du Cavalier LM 960 — 1971)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Song

Chanson de Paris, 2 - 1925

(Nippon Columbia XM-170-CM — 1971)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

The Bomber uncle

(Técipress-In Editions, Sonomag LPL 3044 — 1971)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Fourth dimension

(De Wolfe Music, Hudson DWH/EP 101 — 1971)
45 RPM (7 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Parasélène

(De Wolfe Music, Hudson DWH/EP 102 — 1971)
45 RPM (7 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Harpsirock

(De Wolfe Music, Hudson DWH/EP 111 — 1971)
45 RPM (7 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Comedy close‑up n° 2

(De Wolfe Music DW/LP 3187 — 1971)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Sea music

(De Wolfe Music DW/LP 3189 — 1971)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Promenades musicales, solo instruments

(De Wolfe Music DW/LP 3218 — 1971)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Classical colours

(De Wolfe Music, Hudson HMC/LP 504 — 1971)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Promotional record

Classical colours

(CBS 8252 — 1972)
45 RPM (7 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Classical colours

(CBS 8252 — 1972)
45 RPM (7 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Pulse of power, orchestral industrial music

(De Wolfe Music DW/LP 3236 — 1972)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Orchestration and arrangements for other composers

Танго и Чарльстон

(Russian records / Disques russes 032175-032176 — 1972)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Eye level, The Simon Park Orchestra

(EMI TWOX 1009 / TC-TWOX 1009 / 8X-TWOX 1009 / 2C 062‑94850 — 1973)
33 RPM (12 inch) & cassette Details
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    Instrumental music

Cross through yesterday and present day, Chronoscopie sonore

(CBS 65 588 — 1973)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Music for tuned percussions

(De Wolfe Music DW/LP 3260 — 1973)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Instrumental music

Illustrations n° 10

(De Wolfe Music DW/LP 3266 — 1973)
33 RPM (12 inch) Details
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    Publicity record

Sounds beautiful, Judith Chalmers and David Jacobs introduce you to the GEC Soundeck 2816

(Without label / Sans label — GEC 2816 — 1974)
33 RPM (7 inch) Details
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    Publicity record

Sounds beautiful, Judith Chalmers and David Jacobs introduce you to the GEC Music centre 2817

(Without label / Sans label — GEC 2817 — 1974)
33 RPM (7 inch) Details
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    Publicity record

Sounds beautiful, Judith Chalmers and David Jacobs introduce you to the GEC hi fi 2819

(Without label / Sans label — GEC 2819 — 1974)
33 RPM (7 inch) Details
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    Publicity record

Sounds beautiful, Judith Chalmers and David Jacobs introduce you to the GEC Soundeck 2821

(Without label / Sans label — GEC 2821 — 1974)
33 RPM (7 inch) Details