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Albert Grisar (born in Antwerp on December 26, 1808 – died in Asnières on June 15, 1869) was a Belgian composer. Grisar's family had intended for him to pursue a trademan's career, but he defied their wishes to devote himself to music. He studied in Antwerp with Joseph Janssens, in Paris under Anton Reicha, and in the mid-1840s in Naples with Saverio Mercadante. Grisar was a successful comic opera composer, first winning success in Brussels in 1833 and in Paris later in the decade. He collaborated with Flotow on L'eau merveilleuse (1839) and with François-Adrien Boieldieu on L'opéra à la cour (1840). When he received a grant from the Belgian government in 1840 to study music of Belgian composers in Italy, he instead used his time in Rome and Naples to study compositional techniques of the

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  • Albert Grisar (* 26. Dezember 1808 in Antwerpen; † 15. Juni 1869 in Asnières-sur-Seine, Frankreich) war ein belgischer Komponist.
  • Albert Grisar (Amberes, 26 de diciembre de 1808 - Asnières, 15 de junio de 1869) fue un compositor belga. Grisar estudió en su ciudad natal Amberes, en París donde tuvo como profesor de composición a Anton Reicha, y a mediados de la década de 1840, en Nápoles junto al compositor italiano Saverio Mercadante. Destacó especialmente en la ópera cómica, cosechando sus primeros grandes éxitos en el año 1833 en la ciudad de Bruselas y posteriormente en París.
  • Albert Grisar (Antwerpen, 26 december 1808 – Asnières, 15 juni 1869) was een Belgische componist. Tegen de wensen van zijn familie in besloot Grisar om zijn leven aan compositie te wijden in plaats van winkelier te worden. Hij studeerde in Antwerpen bij Joseph Janssens, in Parijs bij Anton Reicha en rond 1845 in Napels bij Saverio Mercadante. Grisar werd een succesvol componist van opera buffa. In 1833 kende hij zijn eerste Brusselse succes; deze werd in 1836 opgevolgd in Parijs. Samen met Friedrich von Flotow schreef hij L'eau merveilleuse (1839) en met François-Adrien Boieldieu werkte hij aan L'opéra à la cour (1840). In 1840 kreeg hij een beurs van de Belgische overheid om muziek van Belgische componisten in Italië te gaan bestuderen, maar daar besteedde hij zijn tijd liever aan de stud
  • Albert Grisar (born in Antwerp on December 26, 1808 – died in Asnières on June 15, 1869) was a Belgian composer. Grisar's family had intended for him to pursue a trademan's career, but he defied their wishes to devote himself to music. He studied in Antwerp with Joseph Janssens, in Paris under Anton Reicha, and in the mid-1840s in Naples with Saverio Mercadante. Grisar was a successful comic opera composer, first winning success in Brussels in 1833 and in Paris later in the decade. He collaborated with Flotow on L'eau merveilleuse (1839) and with François-Adrien Boieldieu on L'opéra à la cour (1840). When he received a grant from the Belgian government in 1840 to study music of Belgian composers in Italy, he instead used his time in Rome and Naples to study compositional techniques of the
  • Albert GrisarFichier:Albert Grisar.jpg Albert Grisar, ca. 1850 Albert Grisar est un compositeur belge né le 26 décembre 1808 à Anvers et mort le 15 juin 1869 à Asnières. Il étudie à Paris sous le tutorat d'Antoine Reicha. Ses premiers opéras sont Le mariage impossible, représenté en 1833 à Bruxelles, suivi de Sarah en 1836, L'an mil en 1837, La Suisse à Trianon en 1838, Les travestissements en 1839 ; certaines de ces œuvres sont réalisées avec la collaboration de François-Adrien Boieldieu. Il est inhumé au cimetière du Père-Lachaise (71e division).
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