from M. Berlioz, [Paris], to Mons. Dietch [sic], rue du Melder 14 bis, [Paris],

Title
Letter : from M. Berlioz, [Paris], to Mons. Dietch [sic], rue du Melder 14 bis, [Paris], [1837 Jul.].
Author
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.

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Genre/Form
Letters.
Note
  • In pencil: 20 ; M Albrecht ; [Drexel].
Access (note)
  • Original in Locked Case with restricted access.
Additional Formats (note)
  • Photocopy available for public use.
Biography (note)
  • Hector Berlioz was a French composer. In 1837 the Minister of Fine Arts commissioned him to compose a Requiem Mass to be performed on the 7th anniversary of the heroes of July 28, 1830. He finished his Grande Messe des Morts on June 29, but days before the occasion, the bureaus cancelled the ceremony. The recipient, Pierre-Louis-Philippe Dietsch, was maitre de chapelle at St.-Eustache, and later at Ste.-Madeleine.
Language (note)
  • In French.
Publications (note)
  • Published: Les années romantiques, 1819-1842 : correspondence / Hector Berlioz ; publiée par Julien Tiersot. Paris : Calmann-Lévy, [1904]. Chapitre IV: IX (p. 345-346).
Processing Action (note)
  • Cataloged
Call Number
JOB 91-52 (Locked case)
Author
Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869.
Title
Letter : from M. Berlioz, [Paris], to Mons. Dietch [sic], rue du Melder 14 bis, [Paris], [1837 Jul.].
Access
Original in Locked Case with restricted access.
Summary
ALS. Berlioz tells his choral conductor Dietsch that the ceremony for which the Requiem is being rehearsed has been cancelled, and says not to bother to come to the Conservatory with his "gamins."
Additional Formats
Photocopy available for public use.
Biography
Hector Berlioz was a French composer. In 1837 the Minister of Fine Arts commissioned him to compose a Requiem Mass to be performed on the 7th anniversary of the heroes of July 28, 1830. He finished his Grande Messe des Morts on June 29, but days before the occasion, the bureaus cancelled the ceremony. The recipient, Pierre-Louis-Philippe Dietsch, was maitre de chapelle at St.-Eustache, and later at Ste.-Madeleine.
Language
In French.
Publications
Published: Les années romantiques, 1819-1842 : correspondence / Hector Berlioz ; publiée par Julien Tiersot. Paris : Calmann-Lévy, [1904]. Chapitre IV: IX (p. 345-346).
Occupation
Composers.
Added Author
Dietsch, Pierre Louis Philippe, 1808-1865.
New York Public Library. Music Division. Drexel Collection.
Research Call Number
JOB 91-52 (Locked case)
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