Lélio, Berlioz’s dramatic sequel to the Symphonie fantastique, is never going to command wide popularity, but it is well worth hearing for the charming music he. This double-disc release features Berlioz’s thrilling Symphonie fantastique with its sequel Lélio ou le retour à la vie. The concerts took place in. Berlioz wrote Lélio as the “conclusion and complement” of his Symphonie fantastique—the resolution of the earlier work’s tortured tale, a.

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He then leads an orchestra to a successful performance of one of his new compositions and the story ends peacefully. Period Romantic Piece Style Romantic Instrumentation Narrator, Tenor, Baritone soli, Mixed Chorus, Orchestra 2 flutes 2nd also piccolo2 oboes 2nd also English horn2 clarinets, 4 bassoons 4 horns, 2 trumpets, 2 cornets, 3 trombones, beroioz timpani, percussion, harp, piano 2 and 4 handstrings.

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Narrator, Tenor, Baritone soli, Mixed Chorus, Orchestra 2 flutes 2nd also piccolo2 oboes 2nd also English horn2 clarinets, 4 bassoons 4 horns, 2 trumpets, 2 cornets, 3 trombones, ophecleide timpani, percussion, lrlio, piano 2 and 4 handstrings. The symphony uses programme music to describe a despairing artist trying to kill himself with an overdose of opiumleading to a series of increasingly terrifying visions.

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Compositions by Hector Berlioz compositions Compositions with a narrator Choral compositions Compositions for symphony orchestra. It is written for a narrator, solo voices, chorus, and an orchestra including pianos. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. He decides that if he can’t put this unrequited love out of his head, he will immerse himself in music. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page.

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Editor Charles Malherbe — Felix Weingartner — For the Italian theologian, see Lelio Sozzini. It was revised for a performance in Weimar at the request of Franz Liszt in and published the following year. The actor’s dramatic monologues explain the meaning leli the music in the life of the artist.