Published orchestral, vocal, chamber and piano music. Piano music: Suite ‘Au pays Tourangeau’: Ouverture, Sarabande, Improvisation, Intermède, Berceuse, Rondo (1948); Pour ma mieux aimée: 10 pieces (1956); Toccata (1956); 10 Etudes de concert (1960); 3 Pieces: 1. Hommage à Scarlatti, 2. Bransle de touraine, 3. Tempo di gavotta (1960); 10 Esquisses (1961); Fantaisie de concert (1961); Partita: Prélude, Pavane, Toccata (1963); Contes de Nourrices: 14 pieces (1964); Arlequin et Pantalon (1964); Pour Anne: 3 pieces (1971); Sérénade ‘Pour les belles écouteuses’; Les Fous de Bassan: caprice canadien; Strepitose: 3. Toccata (1977). Further he wrote Divertimento for 2 piano’s (Ouverture, Sérénade, Vilanelle, Carnaval) as well as 3 concerts for piano and orchestra, and concerto italien for 2 piano’s and orchestra.
Studied clarinet, piano, organ and music theory at the Conservatory in Tours as well as piano and composition with Darius Milhaud at the Conservatory in Paris where he got the first price for piano (in 1951) and composition (in 1953). In 1955 he got the first Prix de Rome with his cantata ‘Rire de Gargantua’. He works as a professor for analysis at the Conservatory in Paris.