| Composer, organist|
| 20 April 1858Dampierre-sur-Salon|
6 December 1933, Paris, France
Ronde, score for 2 female voices or children song. Durand & Cie
Tambourin, score for 2 female voices or children song. Durand & Cie
Le Chêne abattu, choir for three equal voices. Score for chant. Durand & Cie
Les Demoiselles de St. Cyr, musical comedy in four acts based on the play by Alexandre Dumas. Score chant and piano.
Poèmes d'amour, lyrics by de R. Darzens 1895
Enguerrande, lyrical drama in 4 acts and 5 tableaux, libretto by Victor Wilder after the poem by Émile Bergerat, created at the Opéra-Comique on 9 may 1892. Choudens 1892
Fantaisie concertante for double bass and piano. Durand 1907
Three pieces for piano: L'Aurore sur le lac ; Dans la montagne ; Rondes enfantines. Durand 1931
Auguste Chapuis Wikipedia
Auguste Chapuis (25 April 1858 – 6 December 1933) was a 19th/20th century French composer, organist, and professor. He was a student with César Franck. The rue Auguste-Chapuis in the 20th arrondissement of Paris was named after him when he died in 1933.
He was awarded the Prix Rossini in 1886 for Les Jardins d'Armide on a libretto by the playwright Émile Moreau.
In 1894, he succeeded Adolphe Danhauser as head of the municipal orphéon of Paris.