Ber·li·oz(bĕr′lē-ōz′, -ōs′), (Louis) Hector 1803-1869.
French composer and leading representative of romanticism in French music. His works include Symphonie fantastique (1830), Romeo and Juliet (1839), and the opera The Trojans (1858).
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