Berlioz

[ ber-lee-ohz; French ber-lyawz ]
/ ˈbɛr liˌoʊz; French bɛrˈlyɔz /

noun

Louis Hec·tor [lwee-ek-tawr], /lwi ɛkˈtɔr/, 1803–69, French composer.

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Berlioz
/ (ˈbɛəlɪˌəʊz, French bɛrljoz) /

noun

Hector (Louis) (ɛktɔr). 1803–69, French composer, regarded as a pioneer of modern orchestration. His works include the cantata La Damnation de Faust (1846), the operas Les Troyens (1856–59) and Béatrice et Bénédict (1860–62), the Symphonie fantastique (1830), and the oratorio L'Enfance du Christ (1854)
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