Prior to the trip I went to this website (www.findagrave.com) to jot down where these masters were. Some of the graves were very hard to find. For Saint-Saens and Ravel, nice gentlemen helped me locate them. The funny story was that an admin gentleman at Cimetière de Levallois-Perret came to me and said something in French, said Ravel once or twice so I went "Umm... oui" then he took me there. I couldn't find Lalo's grave at Cimetière Père Lachaise. I walked around the division where he is supposed to be buried but it was just getting creepy so I gave up. Sorry Mr.Lalo... I will pay my visit next time!
So here are some photos of my trips to cemeteries.
Cemetière Montmartre (Berlioz; he lived in Montmartre, I saw a painting of his house by Maurice Utrillo at d'Orangerie)
a small trivia; in “Les Misérables”, Jean Val-Jean gets buried in Père Lachaise.
I also found Alexandre Dumas' (an author of the Three Musketeers) grave at Cimetière Montmartre