Anton Berlyn Sheet Music

  • Born
    21st May 1817
  • Died
    16th January 1870
  • Birthplace
    Amsterdam, Netherland

Anton Berlyn was a Conductor and composer; born at Amsterdam May 21, 1817; died there Jan. 16, 1870. He wrote nine operas, seven ballets, an oratorio ("Moses auf Nebo"), a symphony, a cantata, a mass, several overtures, chamber-music, etc. Of these his symphony, performed by Spohr at Cassel, 1857, is undoubtedly his best work. Berlijn was a skilful contrapuntist, and his compositions are distinguished by grace and brilliancy, though their popularity was confined principally to Holland.

Title Form Instrument
Nocturne, Op.161 Nocturne Solo Instrument and Piano
Douce rêverie, Op.162 Piano piece Piano
String Quartet No.2, Op.112 Quartet String Quartet