Fantasia sobre motivos Heterogeneos Bolero Hector Berlioz - Berlioz is famous as a classical orchestral composer with a unique style, but not as a guitarist. In actuality, guitar and flute were the only instruments he could play. Berlioz initially made his living as a guitarist, and he published a few pieces for guitar during the first quarter of the 19th century.
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Go to: Distributed Proofreaders. Introduction Chronology Berlioz and Wagner: Liszt, Wagner and Berlioz: The ‘music of the future’: The ‘school of mayhem’: Louis-Hector Berlioz (/ ˈ b ɛər l i oʊ z /; French: [ɛktɔʁ bɛʁljoz]; 11 December – 8 March ) was a French Romantic composer.
His output includes orchestral works such as the Symphonie fantastique and Harold in Italy, choral pieces including the Requiem and L'enfance du Christ, his three operas Benvenuto Cellini, Les Troyens and Béatrice et Bénédict, and works of hybrid.