Albert Bertelin

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Grave at Père Lachaise Cemetery

Albert Bertelin (26 July 1872 – 19 July 1951) was a French composer.

Life[edit]

Born in Paris, Bertelin studied at the Conservatoire de Paris where he was a pupil of Théodore Dubois, Raoul Pugno, Charles-Marie Widor and Jules Massenet. In 1902 he received a 2nd prize for composition at the Prix de Rome, alongside Aymé Kunc and Jean Roger-Ducasse. He then taught counterpoint and fugue at the École César Franck.

Bertelin composed one symphony, one opera, two Oratorios, eine Mass, motets, a cello, a violin and a piano concerto and chamber music works. He also published music reviews and several musicological works and was a member of the examination jury of the Conservatoire de Paris.

Bertelin died in Paris in 1951 and was buried at Père Lachaise Cemetery (31st division)

Works[edit]

  • Goïtza, Opera
  • Légende de Loreley for Choir and Orchestra
  • Choral for Orchestra, 1902
  • Sub umbra Crucis, Oratorio, 1917
  • In nativitate Domini, Oratorio, 1922
  • Sonate en mi mineur for cello and piano, 1933
  • Sonate for violin and piano, 1937

Publications[edit]

  • Traité de composition musicale, 4 volumes, 1931–34
  • Traité de contrepoint modal et tonal, 1951
  • Les Bases de l’harmonie

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