Organ Sheet Music
Compositions by Hector Berlioz
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Biography of Hector Berlioz
Berlioz, Louis Hector. Legion of Honour (1839). Studied medicine at the Paris Medical School, 1821; music at the Paris Conservatory, 1823-30; in Italy after gaining the Prix de Rome, 1830. Journalist with the “Revne Euroéenne”; the “Courrier de l’Europe, Journal des Débats”; the “Gazette Musicale de Paris”, 1834-; toured Germany, 1840; Russia, 1867; member of the Académie; librarian of the Paris Conservatory, 1852-69. Composed operas, symphonies, a requiem, oratorios, and overtures. Wrote a “treaties on Instrumentation”. b. Côte-Saint-André, near Grenoble, France, Dec. 11th, 1803; d. Paris, Mar. 8th, 1869.
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|Berlioz, Louis Hector (1803-1869)|
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