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== [[Hector Berlioz]] ==
{{citation bloc|lang=en|If all Bedlam were about to be let loose on earth, it does not seem as though any preparatory schock of foreboding could be more stupendous. What state of mind Berlioz was in when he conceived this music may never be known, but it may be imagined that if ever genius and insanity were found akin, it was at the time of the writing of ''La Damnation de Faust''.|''Home Journal'', Boston, 15 mai 1880}}
 
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{{Citation bloc|citation=Si tous les fous de Bedlam prenaient soudain d'assaut le monde entier, nous n'en verrions pas de meilleur signe annonciateur que dans cette œuvre. Dans quel état d'esprit se trouvait Berlioz lorsqu'il composa cette musique ? Nous ne le saurons probablement jamais. Cependant, si jamais le génie et la folie se sont confondus, ce fut lorsqu'il écrivit ''La Damnation de Faust''.|''Home Journal'', Boston, 15 mai 1880}}
{{citation bloc|langoriginal=en|If all Bedlam were about to be let loose on earth, it does not seem as though any preparatory schock of foreboding could be more stupendous. What state of mind Berlioz was in when he conceived this music may never be known, but it may be imagined that if ever genius and insanity were found akin, it was at the time of the writing of ''La Damnation de Faust''.|''Home Journal'', Boston, 15 mai 1880}}
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== [[Frédéric Chopin]] ==
{{citation bloc|lang=en|The entire works of Chopin present a motley surface of ranting hyperbole and excrutiating cacophony. When he is not ''thus'' singular, he is no better than Strauss or any other waltz compounder… There is an excuse at present for Chopin's deliquencies ; he is entrammeled in the enthralling bonds of that arch-enchantress, George Sand, celebrated equally for the number and excellence of her romances and her lovers ; not less we wonder how she, who once swayed the heart of the sublime and terrible religious democrat Lammenais, can be content to wanton away her dream-like existence with an artistical nonentity like Chopin.|''Musical World'', Londres, 28 octobre 1841}}