See also: Albert
Albert begins at the 14 years age to the Théâtre from Gaîté, then it is engaged with the Opéra of Paris in 1808, on the recommendations of Jean-François Coulon and Auguste Vestris. Put at the variation by the ballet master Pierre Gardel, Albert divides itself then between Paris and London, where it gives all the measurement of his talent. Évincé of the Opera in 1831, with the profit of Jean Coralli and Filippo Taglioni, it works with London, Naples and Marseilles.
Of return to Paris in 1841, it composes the entertainments for the opera Favorite the of Donizetti and for some other parts of the type-setter.
He is also the author of a handbook of dance, the art of the dance at the city and the court (Paris, in the author, 1834).
- the Seducer of the village (Paris 1818)
- Cinderella (Paris 1823)
- Daphnis and Céphise (Vienna 1830)
- the Corsair (London 1837, Brussels 1839)
- One day of Naples (Brussels 1839)
- Arsene, or the Magic wand (Brussels 1839)
- the Castle of Kenilworth (Brussels 1840)
- the Pretty girl of Ghent (Paris 1842)
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