| 'Play Along with the Masters' Series
By Sarah Lane
May 17, 2004, 12:45 PST
Play Along With the Symphony!
Do you have a love for music? Do you play an instrument? Have you ever dreamed of playing in a symphony orchestra? Well, grab your favorite string, wind, or percussion instrument and play along!
First, you must select from either the symphonic video and CD collection weve provided below (See Part I), or check the following program schedules for a symphony performance on television:
Bravo T.V. Schedule
A&E T.V. Listing
PBS T.V. Schedules
TLC Weekly T.V.
Then, select sheet music from below (See Part II) to correspond with the video/T.V program you chose to watch or the CD you chose to listen to.
Finally, set up your stand and play along with the pros!
A bit about the artist . . .
This particular page is devoted to Louis-Hector Berlioz. He was born at La Côte-St-André, Isère on December 11, 1803. He died in Paris on March 8, 1869. As a boy Berlioz learned to play the flute and guitar. He began his career as a medical student, but after two long years he abandoned the profession chosen by his father in order to study music. To learn more about the life and music of Louis-Hector Berlioz, visit these websites . . .
Explore the early life of Berlioz, his education, passions, music, and more. Read his bibliography, listen to music excerpts, and get links to further resources.
Source: Caltech Mu 123 Class Project
Classical Music Pages
Get detailed information on the life and musical career of Hector Berlioz here.
Source: Matt Boynick
Part I - Watch or Listen to Louis-Hector Berlioz
Part II - Play Along With Sheet Music
||Hymne a la France, Op. 20/2 - full score By Hector Berlioz. For mixed chorus, full orchestra: 2, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 2+2, 3, 1, timpani, percussion, strings, mixed choir. This edition: full score. French, National Anth/Patriotic: Romantic. Composed 1844. Duration 5 minutes. Published by Brandus, Louis. (A4219-FSC)
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