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Czerny

[cher-nee]
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noun
  1. Carl,1791–1857, Austrian composer, especially of exercises in piano technique.
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Historical Examples

  • That was Ruth's home, I said, and this fellow was one of Czerny's yacht hands.

    The House Under the Sea</p>

    Sir Max Pemberton

  • "Czerny has more than a hundred men," said he, after some reflection.

  • It may mean much to Mme. Czerny to have such a friend as you.

  • If Czerny had read his book, he would know of it; but he hasn't.

  • Follow through to the end of it, and you are in Czerny's house.


British Dictionary definitions for czerny

Czerny

noun
  1. Karl (karl). 1791–1857, Austrian pianist, composer, and teacher, noted for his studies
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