This is a list of compositions by the French composer Emmanuel Chabrier (1841–1894)
Verlaine's sonnet À Emmanuel Chabrier (published in Amour, 1888) written just after the initial run of Le roi malgré lui is a tribute to their friendship.
Émile Waldteufel: España - Waltz after Chabrier, Op. 236 (quotes mainly from España but also a duo from Une éducation manquée).
Erik Satie: San Bernardo and Españaña (1913) quote España (dedicated to Claude Debussy's daughter, Chouchou [Emma-Claude]).
Maurice Ravel: A la manière de... Chabrier (1913); Siébel's air from Act 3 of Charles Gounod's Faust in the style of Chabrier.
The ballet Cotillon (Monte Carlo, 1932) with choreography by George Balanchine uses music by Chabrier: ‘La toilette’ is the Menuet pompeux orchestrated by Vittorio Rieti, and ‘Danse des chapeaux’, ‘Les mains du destin’ and ‘Grand rond’ are, respectively, the Scherzo-valse, Idylle and Danse villageoise in Chabrier’s own orchestrations. Suite fantasque 'Divertissement in five tableaux' (Paris, 16 January 1948) with choreography by Jean-Jacques Etchevery, was produced at the Opéra-Comique (incorporating La bourée Fantasque, premiered in 1946). Bar aux Folies-Bergère is a one-act ballet (London, 1934) with scenario and choreography by Ninette de Valois, designs by William Chappell after Manet and music consisting of piano works by Chabrier, selected and arranged by Constant Lambert.