Among Binet's works are four pieces for orchestra, Evocation (1948), Danse (1949), Un Canadien à Paris (1951) and L'Amour endormi with soprano (no date), as well as some chamber music, including a Trio for violin, cello and piano (1945) and a Suite for flute, piano, and strings (1946). In addition to several songs, she wrote, for solo voice, female choir, and piano, a Petite Suite vocale (1945, words by Jean-Henri Fabre, dedicated to Champagne,.the manuscript of which is deposited with the CMM), and Nocturne (1946). Her works have been performed on radio and in concert in Brazil, Canada, and France, in particular by the Canadian Trio (1948), which consisted of Gilles Lefebvre, Colombe Pelletier and Rafael Masella, and also by Gérard Souzay who sang her Cycle de mélodies on seven poems by Paul Éluard.in a 1955 recital program Her papers are held at the ANQ in Quebec City.
Author Gilles Potvin
Lessard, Rénald. 'Témoin de la vie musicale québécoise du 20e siècle: le fonds Jocelyne Binet,' Cap-aux-diamants, vol 5, Summer 1989