Charles Albrecht

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For others with the same or similar name, see Carl Albrecht (disambiguation).

Charles Christian Albrecht (1817–1895) was a composer who wrote the music for "Hymne Monégasque," the national anthem of Monaco,[1] based on a previous version by Théophile Bellando de Castro. Lyrics were later added by Louis Notari.

Albrecht had previously served as conductor of the Cercle des Etrangers Orchestre.


  1. ^ Reed, William L., Bristow, M. J. (eds.) National Anthems of the World. Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2002, ISBN 0-304-36382-0