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   Roger CORNELIS (Bruxelles 1933)

ROGER CORNELISRoger Cornelis was born in Brussels on 3rd November, 1933. He studied music at the Brussels Royal Conservatory of Music, where he worked specifically under Maitre André Souris and Jacques Leduc.

Over the years, his musical activities have diversified to cover composition ; musical critique with the newspaper, La Libre Belgique ; teaching harmony at the Braine-l'Alleud Academy ; author of a well received treatise on musical analysis, and the orchestra conducting, with the late Maitre René Defossez.

Although his works may be considered as néo-tonal, they are open to all tendancies. However, one constant dominates his conception : the search for colour and atmosphere lend a chromatic vision and modality to his works.

Translation : Karen Dehaes