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Louise-Angélique Bertin (Les Roches, Essonne, 15 January 1805 – Paris, 26 April 1877) was a French composer and poet. Louise Bertin lived her entire life in France. Her father, Louis-François Bertin, and also her brother later on, were the editors of Journal des débats, an influential newspaper. As encouraged by her family, Bertin pursued music. She received lessons from François-Joseph Fétis, who directed a private family performance of Guy Mannering, Bertin's first opera, in 1825. This opera, never formally produced, took its story line from the book of the same name, written by Sir Walter Scott. Two years later, Bertin's second opera, Le Loup-garou, was produced at the Opéra-Comique.

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  • Louise Angélique Bertin (Les Roches (Essonne), 15 de febrero de 1805 – París, 26 de abril de 1877) fue una compositora y poetisa francesa. Louise Bertin vivió toda su vida en Francia. Louise Bertin era parte de una familia que prospero en las artes. Su padre, Louis François Bertin y su hermano fueron los editores de un influyente periódico francés, El Journal des débats. Recibió lecciones de François Joseph Fétis. A sus 21 años de edad comenzó a trabajar en una ópera sobre la base de la historia de Fausto de Goethe.
  • Louise-Angélique Bertin (* 15. Februar 1805 in Les Roches bei Paris; † 26. April 1877 in Paris) war eine französische Komponistin und Dichterin. Sie war Tochter Louis-François Bertins des Älteren (1766–1841) (Direktors des Journal des débats). Sie war eine Schülerin von François-Joseph Fétis. Man schreibt ihr mehrere Opern zu: * Guy Mannering (1825) * Le Loup-garou („Der Werwolf“), eine komische Oper aus dem Jahre 1827 * Fausto (1831) * Esmeralda, nach einem Buch Victor Hugos (1836)
  • Louise-Angélique Bertin (Les Roches, Essonne, 15 January 1805 – Paris, 26 April 1877) was a French composer and poet. Louise Bertin lived her entire life in France. Her father, Louis-François Bertin, and also her brother later on, were the editors of Journal des débats, an influential newspaper. As encouraged by her family, Bertin pursued music. She received lessons from François-Joseph Fétis, who directed a private family performance of Guy Mannering, Bertin's first opera, in 1825. This opera, never formally produced, took its story line from the book of the same name, written by Sir Walter Scott. Two years later, Bertin's second opera, Le Loup-garou, was produced at the Opéra-Comique.
  • Louise-Angélique Bertin est une poétesse et compositrice française, née aux Roches le 15 février 1805 et morte à Paris le 26 avril 1877.
  • Луиза Бертен (фр. Louise-Angélique Bertin, 15 февраля 1805, Рош, Эссонна — 26 апреля 1877, Париж) — французский композитор и поэтесса. Дружила с Виктором Гюго.
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