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Hector Berlioz

The Romantic Visionary

Passionate and imaginative. Pioneered program music and expanded the possibilities of orchestration.

Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately, it kills all its pupils.



Hector Berlioz was a French composer and conductor. He was a key figure in the Romantic movement, known for his innovative compositions and groundbreaking orchestration techniques.

Famous pieces:

Symphonie fantastique, "Symphonie funèbre et triomphale," "Harold in Italy"


March 8, 1869



December 11, 1803

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