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  1. Evenings with the Orchestra by Hector Berlioz, 1999-05-15
  2. The Memoirs of Hector Berlioz (Everyman's Library (Cloth)) by Hector Berlioz, David Cairns, 2002-03-19
  3. Hector Berlioz: Les Troyens (Cambridge Opera Handbooks) by Ian Kemp, 1989-01-27
  4. Treatise on Instrumentation by Hector Berlioz, Richard Strauss, 1991-11-08
  5. Memoirs of Hector Berlioz: From 1803 to 1865 comprising his travels in Germany, Italy, Russia and England by Ernest Newman, 1966-01-01
  6. Berlioz: Volume Two: Servitude and Greatness, 1832-1869 by David Cairns, 2003-10-01
  7. Hector Berlioz an Illustrated Biography by Victor Seroff, 1967-01-01
  8. Romeo and Juliet, Op. 17 (Schott)
  9. The Life and Times of Hector Berlioz (Masters of Music) by Jim Whiting, 2004-08
  10. Hector Berlioz (German Edition) by Rudolf Louis, 2010-02-11
  11. Memoirs of Hector Berlioz from 1803 to 1865 (Music Book Index Series) by Hector Berlioz, 1992-10
  12. Famous Composers: Schubert. Louis Spohr. Meyerbeer. Mendelssohn. Schumann. Frédéric François Chopin. Mikhaïl Ivánovitch Glinka. Hector Berlioz. Franz Liszt. Richard Wagner by Nathan Haskell Dole, 2010-01-11
  13. Berlioz (Master Musicians Series) by Hugh Macdonald, 2001-02-22
  14. Hector Berlioz: -1884 by Joseph Bennett, 2009-07-24

1. Hector Berlioz - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Hector Berlioz
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Jump to: navigation search Lithograph of Berlioz by August Prinzhofer, Vienna . Berlioz considered this to be a good likeness. Louis Hector Berlioz December 11 March 8 ) was a French Romantic composer , best known for his compositions Symphonie fantastique and Grande Messe des morts Requiem Berlioz made great contributions to the modern orchestra with his Treatise on Instrumentation and by utilizing huge orchestral forces for his works, sometimes calling for over 1,000 performers. At the other extreme, he also composed around 50 songs for voice and piano

2. The Symphony - Hector Berlioz
Hector Berlioz was born in the French province of Isere in 1803. His father, a provincial doctor, was an atheist, while his mother was a staunch Catholic.
Hector Berlioz (1803 - 1869)

Hector Berlioz was born in the French province of Isere in 1803. His father, a provincial doctor, was an atheist, while his mother was a staunch Catholic. He showed an early liking for music, and at age 13 he began learning the flute, flageolet, and guitar, but not the piano.
Early experience
His father enrolled him in a Paris medical school in 1821, but after a year his attentions turned to music. In 1822, he applied for music lessons, and began to compose an opera. He gave up medicine in 1824, with a macabre visit to a dissecting-room, vividly described in his superb Memoirs, possibly providing an incentive. In 1825, Berlioz's father agreed to keep up his allowance, but due to his mother's disapproval of his lifestyle, it was cut off in 1826. In that year, he entered the Paris Conservatoire, and studied under Jean-Francois le Sueur.
First passions
In 1827, he worked as a chorus singer to earn money. In September that year, he saw Shakespeare's Hamlet for the first time. He instantly fell in love with Harriet Smithson, the Irish actress who played Ophelia, but his passion was at first unreciprocated - she thought he was just a madman.
In 1828, he took lessons in English so he could read Shakespeare, and in the same year began writing music criticism. During the revolution of 1830, his most famous work, the Symphonie Fantastique, was completed. Subtitled 'Episodes in the Life of an Artist', it is a

3. Hector Berlioz - Wikipedia, La Enciclopedia Libre
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Saltar a navegaci³n bºsqueda Retrato de Berlioz por Signol, 1832 Louis Hector Berlioz 11 de diciembre de 8 de marzo de compositor franc©s y figura destacada en el desarrollo del romanticismo , es muy conocido por su Sinfon­a fant¡stica , estrenada en , el R©quiem , estrenado en , y su extraordinaria utilizaci³n de la orquesta sinf³nica que inclu­a cuatro grupos de metales antifonales
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Berlioz naci³ en Francia en La C´te-Saint-Andr©, entre Lyon y Grenoble . Su padre era m©dico y envi³ al joven Hector a Par­s a estudiar medicina . Berlioz qued³ horrorizado por el proceso de disecci³n y a pesar de la desaprobaci³n de su padre, abandon³ la carrera para estudiar mºsica. Asisti³ al Conservatorio de Par­s, donde estudi³ composici³n y ³pera.
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4. Hector Berlioz - Wikipédia
Translate this page Hector Berlioz est un compositeur, un écrivain et un critique français, né le 11 décembre 1803 à La Côte-Saint-André en Isère, mort le 8 mars 1869 à Paris,
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5. Hector Berlioz - Wikipedia
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Wechseln zu: Navigation Suche Louis Hector Berlioz, Fotograf Karl Reutlinger Hector Berlioz Hector Berlioz Grabmal auf dem Friedhof Montmartre Hector Berlioz Louis Hector Berlioz 11. Dezember in La C´te-Saint-Andr© , D©partement Is¨re 8. M¤rz in Paris ) war ein franz¶sischer Komponist und Musikkritiker Berlioz gilt als der wichtigste Vertreter der Romantik in Frankreich , obwohl er selbst dem Begriff "Romantik" nichts abgewinnen konnte (er verstand sich als klassischer Komponist). Er gilt als Begr¼nder der sinfonischen Programmmusik und der modernen Orchesterinstrumentation . Seine f¼r die damalige Zeit revolution¤ren Kompositionen wurden kaum verstanden und trugen ihm mehr Kritik als Lob ein. Deshalb musste er seinen Lebensunterhalt zus¤tzlich als Musikkritiker bestreiten. Obwohl seine Werke bis auf "B©atrice et B©n©dict" (1862 in Baden-Baden) ausnahmslos in Paris uraufgef¼hrt wurden, erfuhr er in Frankreich erst lange nach seinem Tod Anerkennung. Er war jedoch ein groŸes Vorbild f¼r viele der jungen Romantiker, und entscheidend war sein Einfluss auf Franz Liszt Richard Wagner Richard Strauss und viele russische Komponisten. 1869 reiste er eigens nach

6. Hector Berlioz --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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died March 8, 1869, Paris Hector Berlioz. The Bettmann Archive in full Louis-Hector Berlioz French composer, critic, and conductor of the Romantic period, known largely for his Symphonie fantastique (1830), the choral symphony (1839), and the dramatic piece La Damnation de Faust (1846). His last years were marked by fame abroad and hostility at home. Berlioz, Hector... (75 of 2988 words) To read the full article, activate your FREE Trial

7. HyperMusic -- History Of Classical Music: Berlioz
Hector Berlioz Berlioz was a French composer. Berlioz had a son, two sisters, two wives and Hector Berlioz was born in La CateSt-Andre, Isere in 1803.
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Romantic Period Composers Berlioz was a French composer. Berlioz had a son, two sisters, two wives and many friends. He had lots of people close to him die. Berlioz was a very good friend to everybody. As a musician he went to Italy, Germany, and France. Hector Berlioz was born in La Cate-St-Andre, Isere in 1803. Berlioz died on March 8th 1869 in Paris. Berlioz died possibly because he was heart broken about the failure of his opera Les Troyens His father wanted him to follow a medical career. Berlioz learned some of his music by himself. As a boy Berlioz learned the flute and guitar from books alone. When he was 12 he was producing compositions for the local assemblies, some of them based on the extraordinary kind of melody that was his native gift. Beethoven influenced him to write music. Berlioz was admired as a critic and for writing different music. Berlioz worked for the Paris Conservatory. Berlioz was an undisciplined young man. Berlioz wrote operas, symphonies and other large works. Some of Berlioz' most famous pieces are

8. Hector Berlioz
Hector Berlioz was the first of the great Romantics, and it is Romanticism that animates his music and runs riot throughout his life.
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Hector Berlioz was the first of the great Romantics, and it is Romanticism that animates his music and runs riot throughout his life. Above all, he was a man of passion. What he hated, he grasped firmly by the hair; what he loved, he almost crushed in his fervor. The supreme romance in his life stimulated the creation of his first major composition, the autobiographical Symphonie Fantastique. And the story it tells is of his obsessive romance with the Irish actress Harriet Smithson. To simply say that he fell in love would be like saying that the ocean has some water in it. Rather, it was a force of nature that all but drove him out of his mind. Source: Hector Berlioz was considered to be the father of French Romanticism in music. His music was always extremely original and grand in scale. As a result of his extreme ideas, he was often viewed as a crazy lunatic by many of his contemporaries. Fortunately, many of his great works survived. These days, some of his most famous works, including Symphonie Fantastique, The Damnation of Faust, and The Requiem, are periodically performed in concert halls. Source:

9. Hector Berlioz - Simple English Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Hector Berlioz (born La CôteSt-André, Isère December 11 1803; died Paris March 8 1869) was a French composer. He was one of the greatest composers of the
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Jump to: navigation search Berlioz, by Alphonse Legros Hector Berlioz (born La C´te-St-Andr©, Is¨re December 11 ; died Paris March 8 ) was a French composer . He was one of the greatest composers of the 19th century . His music is typical of the Romantic period: full of passion and often based on ideas outside music. He was not particularly good at playing any instrument , but he was brilliant at writing for the orchestra . Some of his most famous works include several orchestral overtures , the Symphonie Fantastique , the opera Les Troyens The Trojans ), the requiem Grande messe des morts and the song cycle Les nuits d’©t© (Summer Nights). He was very original as a composer, and his music was not fully appreciated until many years after his death.

10. Hector Berlioz - ChoralWiki
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11. Hector Berlioz
The first important composer in history who wasn t either a prodigy or a gifted child, Berlioz was the first of music s fulltime Romantics. Berlioz

12. The Hector Berlioz Website - Devoted To Berlioz’s Life And Works
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The great 19 th century French composer Hector Berlioz holds a unique place in musical history. Far ahead of his time, he was one of the most original of great composers, but also an innovator as a practical musician, and a writer and critic whose literary achievement is hardly less significant than his musical output. Few musicians have ever excelled in all these different fields at once.
Available in English and French, this personal site is devoted to the music, life and works of this great figure. Created, funded and authored by two British academics, the site gives a panoramic view of Berlioz’s life and art, and seeks to recreate the context in which he worked. It also presents regularly updated news on everything which concerns Berlioz: performances of his music world-wide, bibliography, discography, reviews of live performances and contributions from regular visitors to the site. The table below maps out the contents of the site in detail. A separate page provides a short history of the site
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13. Hector Berlioz
berlioz s 15 months in Italy (18312) were significant more for his absorption of warmth, vivacity and local colour than for the official works he wrote
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Introduction As a boy he learnt the flute, guitar and, from treatises alone, harmony (he never studied the piano); his first compositions were romances and small chamber pieces. After two unhappy years as a medical student in Paris (1821-3) he abandoned the career chosen for him by his father and turned decisively to music, attending Le Sueur's composition class at the Conservatoire. He entered for the Prix de Rome four times (1827-30) and finally won. Among the most powerful influences on him were Shakespeare, whose plays were to inspire three major works, and the actress Harriet Smithson, whom he idolized. pursued and, after a bizarre courtship, eventually married (1833). Beethoven 's symphonies too made a strong impact, along with Goethe's Faust and the works of Moore, Scott and Byron. The most important product of this time was his startlingly original, five movement Symphonie fantastique Berlioz's 15 months in Italy (1831-2) were significant more for his absorption of warmth, vivacity and local colour than for the official works he wrote there: he moved out of Rome as often as possible and worked on a sequel to the

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    Died: Paris, March 8, 1869 Sent to Paris by his father to study medicine, Berlioz instead studied music, supporting himself by writing about music and giving lessons. Berlioz may well have been the first great composer to not be able to play a musical instrument, nor to have shown any musical talent at an early age. But he perservered, and became interested in the vast possibilities of orchestration and the different combinations of instrumental sounds. In 1844, he wrote a book on orchestration (Traite de l'Instrumentation - Treatise on Orchestration) , which is still widely regarded as one of the best in the field. Berlioz' advances in this area contributed greatly to the growth and development of the modern symphony orchestra.

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Orchestral Music The Symphonie fantastique of 1830, an orchestral work that contains autobiographical elements, suggested new paths in composition. This was followed four years later by Harold in Italy, for viola and orchestra, with a narrative programme of literary origin, written for but never performed by the great violinist Paganini. Concert overtures include a Shakespearean King Lear and two overtures based on the work of Sir Walter Scott, Waverley and Rob Roy. The overture Le carnaval romain (Roman Carnival) was derived from his opera Benvenuto Cellini, while Le corsaire has at least Byronic overtones. His interest in Shakespeare, increased by his love affair and later unsuccessful marriage with the Shakespearian actress Harriet Smithson, had a further result in the dramatic symphony Romeo and Juliet. Choral Works Other important works by Berlioz include the Eight Scenes from Faust, later revised as The Damnation of Faust, one of the most original of a number compositions based on Goethe's drama. The Christmas oratorio L'enfance du Christ (The Childhood of Christ) is a significant and characteristic work, with the remarkable and extravagantly orchestrated Grande Messe des morts (Requiem) with its brass bands and massed choirs.

16. The Hector Berlioz Page
There are more places for berlioz material in English on the World Wide Web! Pride of place must, of course, go to The hector berlioz Website.
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Scan of the 1867 Gustave Courbet portrait of Berlioz supplied by some guy too modest to take the credit. Photo of Berlioz' tomb at Montmartre by James C. Morris III, M.D. ; to both of these gentlemen, much thanks! Welcome to Le feuilleton fantastique d'Hector Berlioz ! This site is devoted to this misunderstood French composer. The main attraction here is still that my 1983 Master's Thesis is on the Web! Click here for the Foreword , which will then give you a link to the rest of the thesis. Any and all comments will be appreciated. For now, however, I'm leading off with an overview of currently-available recordings of the work, heavily sprinkled with my opinions. This text was freely adapted from various posts I've made on the CompuServe MUSICA Forum, but I keep adding to it and revising it from time to time.
Which Berlioz Requiem Recording Should I Buy?
Of the 51 recordings that I now own of Berlioz' Grande Messe des morts, my favorite in some ways is the one with Jean Fournet conducting the Grand Orchestra of Radio-Paris and the Emile Passani Choir, recorded in occupied Paris more than 50 years ago, in September 1943. This recording, the first to be made, was issued on 78s in Britain and the U.S. sometime around 1948, and later issued on LPs. The sound is rather dim and the closely-miked choir is short of men (understandable given the tough times in France), and there is a slight cut in the Sanctus (essentially, the omission of a written-out repeat). Nevertheless, it is a very passionate reading. Interestingly, it was recorded at St. Eustache, where Berlioz himself had led some performances back in the 1840s. It received a fresh transfer from carefully-preserved original 78 RPM pressings and was reissued in 1998 as Dante-Lys 319-321 in a 3-CD box with Fournet's 1942 recording of

17. Music Of Hector Berlioz
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Died Monday, March 8, 1869, at Paris, aged 65yr 2m 25d English version Instant but possibly unreliable translation into French! Born in 1803, Berlioz won early success by winning the Prix de Rome in 1830 and with the first performance of his Symphonie Fantastique Benvenuto Cellini Berlioz was therefore forced to concentrate on symphonic, concert, and choral music, and to write newspaper reviews to support himself financially, eventually becoming embittered by the enforced servitude and failure to be accepted by the musical public of Paris. His greatest opera, The Trojans Berlioz stands virtually on his own, since aside from friendships with many of the German romantic composers of his era, such as Liszt, Mendelssohn and Wagner, he shared little in common with them, and wrote music completely unlike any of his contemporaries in France; he had few pupils, and founded no school of composers writing in his style, as it was too individual to easily be assimilated, although the Russian Five, Mussorgsky especially, used Berlioz as a model for orchestration.
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18. Homepage For Mu123 - Hector Berlioz
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Hector Berlioz was considered to be the father of French Romanticism in music. His music was always extremely original and grand in scale. As a result of his extreme ideas, he was often viewed as a crazy lunatic by many of his contemporaries. Fortunately, many of his great works survived. These days, some of his most famous works, including Symphonie Fantastique The Damnation of Faust , and The Requiem , are periodically performed in concert halls.
This homepage is the result of a project as part of a sacred music course, Mu 123, taught by Professor Thomas Neenan at the California Institute of Technology. Certain topics pertinent to Berlioz's life have been included. The center of this project is Berlioz's major sacred work, The Requiem . Other information has been included, such as the composer's early life, education, and other important works.
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