Hector Berlioz

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Hector Berlioz

Hector Berlioz (La Côte-Saint-André, 1803 – Paris, 1869) was a French composer, writer and critic; he was considered the greatest conductor of his era. In 1830 he won the Prix de Rome.

The Symphonie fantastique of 1830, an orchestral work that contains autobiographical elements, suggested new paths in composition. [1]

In 1865, his Memoirs were completed. A statue in Berlioz’s is in the Place Hector Berlioz at La Côte Saint-André in Paris.

Berlioz first married Harriet Smithson, and Marie Recio who would become his second wife.

Some Works

  • Symphonie fantastique
  • Le Dépit de la bergère
  • Amitié reprends ton empire
  • Toi qui l’aimas verse des pleurs
  • Scène héroïque (La Révolution grecque)
  • Grande Ouverture des Francs-Juges
  • Cléopâtre
  • Grande Messe des morts (Requiem)
  • Roméo et Juliette
  • Hymne à la France
  • Hymne des Marseillais
  • Marche troyenne
  • Tantum ergo
  • Invitation à louer Dieu
A complete listing of all Berlioz’s musical works

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