Les troyens

Louis-Hector Berlioz

Les troyens

H133, H133a, Op. 29 • “The Troyans”

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"It was Virgil who first found the way to my heart and opened my budding imagination, by speaking to me of epic passions for which instinct had prepared me," Berlioz confided in his Memoirs. But only near the end of his career did the doomed city of Troy and the inexorable passion of Dido and Aeneas take hold. On a qui... read more

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