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Michał Bergson

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4 Mazurkas, Op.1Chant du troubadour, Op.41Concert Aria, Op.86Concert symphonique, Op.62Danse des paysans, Op.56Genève, Op.64Grand duo brillant, Op.10Grand duo dramatique, Op.40Grand morceau de salon, Op.5I zingari, Op.42Impromptu-mazurka, Op.35Les caractéristiques, Op.60PoloniaScène des buveurs, Op.43Scène italienne, Op.36Sous les platanes, Op.63Vénitienne, Op.55

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Grande polonaise héroique précédée d'un air slave, Op.72Im Norden im Süden, Op.82Scene und Arie, Op.82

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Concert symphonique, Op.62
Michał Bergson (Bergsohn), or Michel Bergson (20 May 1820 – 9 March 1898) was a Polish composer and pianist, promoter of Frédéric Chopin.
Born in Warsaw, Bergson was the son of Gabriel Bereksohn, grandson of Berek and Temerl Bergson, and great-grandson of Samuel Zbytkower. His children included the influential French philosopher Henri Bergson and artist and occultist Moina Mathers, wife of Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers.
He learned from Friedrich Schneider, Carl Friedrich Rungenhagen, and Wilhelm Taubert and worked mainly in Italy and Switzerland. In 1863 Michal Bergson became professor at the Conservatory in Geneva, and later was its head. Bergson had by that time married a native of Yorkshire, Katherine Levison, they lived in London, England and France, finally settled there. He died in London.