A panorama of music during the century of Romanticism, written in an inspiring way by the skilful pen of its flagship version. Hector Berlioz along with Victor Hugo and Delacroix consist the triad of the romantic art, according to Théophile Gautier. The Evenings of the Orchesta are the most important text collection of Hector Berlioz presented in a narration form that take place in the orchestra of an opera that gets bored by playing insignificant pieces almost every night. Through these spiritual and sharp texts is written the unmistakeable path towards a new artistic ideal that liberated the borders of free expression in music.
Translation – Selection: Michalis Vekiaris
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