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In 1984, Editions ALphonse Leduc published the "Three sketches for flute and guitar". Recorded by Benoît Schlosberg and flautist Yannick Le Goff (ELYON record), these pieces are now a standard in the repertoire for flute and guitar. That same year, the piece in the form of a triptych "Triada" for guitar was published.
In 1986, the Festival "Les Journées du Violoncelle" in Poitiers commissioned a work for cello octet "Como uma lembrança" from him on the occasion of the commemoration of the centenary of Heitor Villa Lobos. This same year saw the writing of the "Seasons" (from 4 tangos by Astor Piazzolla) for guitar and string quartet and of the Eloge du Tango, for guitar, bandoneon and string quartet. These works will be premiered at the Automne musical de Nîmes and recorded with the complicity of Juan José Mosalini and the Enesco Quartet (ADDA/Musidisc record).

This music was chosen to illustrate Edgardo Cozarinsky's film "Boulevard du crépuscule" (ARTE 1992). 
In 1990, Benoît Schlosberg participated in Arnaud Dumond's Educational Directory, with the play "Merry go round" (Transatlantiques Editions).
From 1990 to 2002, the catalog will expand with pieces illustrating various fields. Creation in 1995 of "Jardin d'Añahata" for children's choir, orchestra and magnetic tape, commission from the Festival Banlieues Bleues for music for the Carnival parade (as part of the 1998 World Cup), creation of " Mediterranean shores" for jazz trio and oriental musicians  as well as the arrangement for harmony, string ensemble and ensemble of oriental musicians "Shota", with the collaboration of pianist Bojan'Z as part of the "Solstices" operation of Banlieues Bleues. Editions Combre, publish in the collection "the contemporary recorder" by Joseph Grau, the piece for 2 flutes ,"Blow in' da funk".
In 2002, the City of Gentilly commissioned a tribute to Roger Ossart and saw the creation "Ils ne passeront pas!" for choir and orchestra.


Printed scores

Trois esquisses pour flûte et guitare
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