Camille saint-saëns - hélène bouvier samson et dalila


In 1848, he entered the Paris Conservatory and studied organ and composition, the latter with Halévy. By his early twenties, following the composition of two symphonies, he had won the admiration and support of Berlioz , Liszt , Gounod , Rossini , and other notable figures. From 1853 to 1876, he held church organist posts; he also taught at the École Niedermeyer (1861-1865). He composed much throughout his early years, turning out the 1853 Symphony in F ("Urbs Roma"), a Mass (1855) and several concertos, including the popular second, for piano (1868).

He soon came to the notice - and earned the admiration of - such eminent composers as Charles Gounod , Gioacchino Rossini , Hector Berlioz , and Franz Liszt . He was appointed organist at the… read more


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