2015

Danse polyptote, version for accordion and alto saxophone (ca. 9’)

Als Gregor und Griselda, canon for six voices (possibly amateurs) (ca. 5′)

2014

Danse polyptote, version for accordion and clarinet (ca. 9’)

A tue-tête, for nine spatialized Windinstruments -without conductor- (ca. 15′)

2012

Danse polyptote, original version for accordion and cello (ca. 9’)

Towards the door we never opened, for saxophone quartet (ca.11’)

Après tout, for six singers and six musicians (ca. 45′)

2010

A peu près de, for 2 Trumpets (ca. 13’)

2008

Sonneries de Cantenac, for 4 Windinstruments with same register (free duration)

A propos, for flute, clarinet, violin, Cello & piano (ca. 21’)

Pour Orchestre, for big orchestra –unfinished- (ca. 17′)

2007

Lexèmes hirsutes & Anaphores, for cello solo (ca. 13′)

Querwüchsig, for 13 musicians (ca. 12′)

2006

Tre volti del volubile Ares, for wind orchestra -version 48 musicians- (ca. 23′)

Tre volti del volubile Ares, for wind orchestra -version 27 musiciens- (2003 red.2011, ca. 23′)

Où niche l’hibou?, pedagogical pieces for a teacher and his/her pupil (version for two clarinets)

2004

Les murmures d’une orchidée solitaire, for three Chinese instruments and four Western instruments (ca. 10′) -unfinished piece-

2003

[cml_media_alt id='2148'] Risâla fî-l-hob wa fî'lm al-handasa[/cml_media_alt] (small treatise for love and geometrie) for flute, clarinet, tenor sax (or euphonium ad lib.), violin & cello (2003, ca.12’)

2002

Soliloque sur (X, X, X et X), Commentaries from a computer about a misunderstood concert

2001

Hérédo-ribotes, for solo viola and 51 orchestra musicians (ca. 18′)

Où niche l’hibou?, pedagogical pieces for a teacher and his/her pupil (version for two flutes)

1999

Coïncidences, for ensemble of 35 musicians (ca. 11′)

Où niche l’hibou?, pedagogical pieces for a teacher and his/her pupil (version for two saxophons)

1998

Durch, in memoriam Gérard Grisey, for saxophone quartet (ca. 8′)

1997

L’ air d’ailleurs – Bicinium, for saxophone and tape (8’50)

1996

Les deux ampoules d’un sablier peu à peu se comprennent, for solo and harpe (amplified) (ca. 8’30)

Dr. B., for bariton and bassoon, (ca. 16′) – after the Chess Player by Stefan Zweig