Berlioz


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Berlioz

Hector (Louis) . 1803--69, French composer, regarded as a pioneer of modern orchestration. His works include the cantata La Damnation de Faust (1846), the operas Les Troyens (1856--59) and Béatrice et Bénédict (1860--62), the Symphonie fantastique (1830), and the oratorio L'Enfance du Christ (1854)
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A travers chants ("Through fields of song") was a homophone waiting to be borne; you had to be Berlioz to bear it.
Undoubtedly the layout of audience, choir and main orchestra imposed restrictions, but Berlioz, typically grandiose, did ask for his extra four brass bands to be stationed at the corners of the auditorium.
Al escribir sobre este hecho supe que la obra seria coral -declaro Berlioz, autor tambien de los versos que cantan la solista y el coro-, Pero la palabra no es la rectora de la
They later separated, although Berlioz continued to support her.
And what I'm really looking forward to, being ensconced in a very different Berlioz world than we might first expect when we see his name in the programme," Fischer adds.
In 1950, the publication of Jacques Barzun's Berlioz and the Romantic Century paved the way for revisionist studies both of Berlioz and romanticism, the latter still suffering from its early twentieth-century purgatory.
Works of the "private" Berlioz suggest a predisposition for the voice, avoidance of the sonata form, a more pronounced degree of literary inspiration, and a more extended development of musical and literary themes.
His fourteen dancers rushed and swooped along to an eclectic soundtrack that combined hums, throbs, and whistles with saucy shards of retro-techno Berlioz.
76)-- a traves de la interpretacion cada vez unica de La damnation de Faust de Hector Berlioz.
On the one hand, I felt that it was too long: the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries provide Bate with irresistible episodes, yet in the end stories such as those of Fuseli and Berlioz and Scott tend to blur into one another, losing their force.
Enrique and the Loder-trained Berlioz will dominate betting on the seven- furlong event, which has attracted a five-runner field and is shown live on Channel 4.
The selection of Berlioz letters prepared by Hugh Macdonald and translated by Roger Nichols aims to provide 'a continuous narrative' of the composer's life, 'recording events large and small and offering as broad a sample of his views and thoughts as possible' (pp.