[ker-oo-bee-nee; Italian ke-roo-bee-nee]
- Ma·ri·a Lu·i·gi Car·lo Ze·no·bio Sal·va·to·re [mah-ree-ah loo-ee-jee kahr-law dze-naw-byaw sahl-vah-taw-re] /mɑˈri ɑ luˈi dʒi ˈkɑr lɔ dzɛˈnɔ byɔ ˌsɑl vɑˈtɔ rɛ/, 1760–1842, Italian composer, especially of opera; in France after 1788.
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Examples from the Web for cherubini
The slight he had received from Cherubini aroused popular sympathy for him.The Standard Oratorios
George P. Upton
In 1825 his father took him to Paris to consult Cherubini, as to his future.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year
Neither would he confer upon Cherubini the honor refused by Mehnl.The Empress Josephine
A French translation of this letter was sent to Cherubini, but he returned no answer.Life of Beethoven
He was received with great kindness by every one, but especially by Cherubini.A Short History of English Music
- (Maria) Luigi (Carlo Zenobio Salvatore) (luˈiːdʒi). 1760–1842, Italian composer, noted particularly for his church music and his operas.
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