As a boy Benjamin Godard was a celebrated violin prodigy, but later turned to composition as his life's work. With the notable exception of the ever-popular Berceuse from the opera Jocelyn, the most of Godard's works have fallen out of the repertoire.
1) Concerto No. 2 for Violin and Orchestra Op. 131
2) Concerto Romantique for Violin and Orchestra Op. 35
3) Scã¨Nes Poetiques for Orchestra Op. 46