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Berlioz and Post-Christian Europe

In the 16th century, the Catholic Church largely collapsed with the Protestant Reformation. The schism and the century of war … Continue reading

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1837, vol. 5: Henselt, Bull, Berlioz

Adolf von Henselt was known as the Chopin of Germany. He was skilled enough a pianist and composer to deserve … Continue reading

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Berlioz’s Plot to Assassinate Pleyel

Early in 1831, just after Berlioz won the Prix de Rome and began his two years of study at the … Continue reading

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Matthew B. Tepper’s Berlioz Requiem Page

Hector Berlioz finished two of his most important compositions in 1837, one of them his immense and powerful Requiem. I … Continue reading

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