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- The period of creativeness (1921-1984)
- The period of discovery by a whole generation of new artists (from 1992 onwards)
Concert organizers interested in Journeau's music programming will find hereafter the names of interpreters having already played some of his works (as soloists or in chamber music).
The interpreters are classified according to their own instruments or instrumental ensembles.
Part I merely is historical. Yet it is interesting for musicology searchers. And also for the new present generation of interpreters who sometimes love to know about their predecessors.
- Maurice Journeau, 1898-1999, Chantal Virlet-Journeau, 2007
- Musique et Musiciens à Paris dans les années trente, Danièle Pistone, 2000
- French Cello Sonatas, Stephen Sensbach, 2001
- Dictionnaire encyclopédique de la musique de chambre, Walter Willson Cobbett, 2001
- Catalogue des oeuvres, Chantal Virlet-Journeau, 1996, 1998, 2003
- La Sonate française pour violon et piano (1868-1943). Identité d'un genre musical by Stéphanie Moraly. PhD in musicology (dir: Danièle Pistone), University of Paris-Sorbonne, 2014, 1025 p. (vol. 1: 808 p., vol. 2: "Catalogues": 217 p.). The two sonatas op. 6 and op. 24 by Maurice Journeau are among the listed works.
- 60 ans de vie musicale de 1945 à nos jours, Henri-Claude Fantapié, 2016.