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The great 19th century French composer Hector Berlioz holds a unique place in musical history.
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.
It is non-profit-making, does not receive sponsorship or financial support from any quarter, and does not accept any commercial advertising.
Through this site we hope to share and exchange information and news on Berlioz-related events with Berlioz’s admirers around the world.
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Berlioz: Voyage en Russie (1847) – Magasin des Demoiselles, XII, 1855-1856 (in the original French, with introduction in French and English) Treatise on Instrumentation and Orchestration (Extracts) The Conductor – Theory of his Art (complete text in the original French) Berlioz: Report on the Great Exhibition in London in 1851 Berlioz: Musical and Literary Works (bibliographical information on his musical and literary works) A Bibliography of Les Soirées de l’Orchestre A Bibliography of Les Grotesques de la Musique A Bibliography of À Travers Chants A Bibliography of the Mémoires Berlioz: Feuilletons – Journal des Débats 1834 - 1863 With built-in search function (Introduction in French and English, feuilletons in French) Contains the transcription of all the articles that Berlioz wrote for this journal from 1834 to 1863 (nearly 400 in all).
See also: List of Berlioz’s feuilletons transcribed on this site Berlioz: Feuilletons – Excerpts from the composer’s correspondence Berlioz: Feuilletons – Notices in the Journal des Débats Letters of the composer at the Hector Berlioz Museum - Chronological tables (in French, with introduction in English) Letters of the composer at the Hector Berlioz Museum - Dating (in French, with introduction in English) Index of letters of Berlioz cited on this site Autograph letters of Berlioz on this site: 16 June 1832 31 July 1852 ca.
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