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d'Indy

[dan-dee] /dɛ̃ˈdi/
noun
1.
Vincent
[van-sahn] /vɛ̃ˈsɑ̃/ (Show IPA),
Indy, d'.

Indy, d'

[dan-dee] /dɛ̃ˈdi/
noun
1.
Vincent
[van-sahn] /vɛ̃ˈsɑ̃/ (Show IPA),
1851–1931, French composer.
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  • Another follower, much less truly distinguished than d'Indy but better known in this country, is Gabriel Faur.

    Musical Criticisms Arthur Johnstone
  • d'Indy's compositions, as in the case of Franck, are not numerous, but finely wrought and of distinct and varied individuality.

    Music: An Art and a Language Walter Raymond Spalding
  • All these works contain certain salient characteristics proceeding directly from d'Indy's imagination and intellect.

    Music: An Art and a Language Walter Raymond Spalding
  • d'Indy is also a thoroughly modern composer in that he is an artist in words as well as in notes.

    Music: An Art and a Language Walter Raymond Spalding
  • According to d'Indy it is more truly pathetic than the entire so-called Pathetic Sonata.

    Music: An Art and a Language Walter Raymond Spalding
British Dictionary definitions for d'Indy

d'Indy

/French dɛ̃di/
noun
1.
(Paul Marie Theodore) Vincent (vɛ̃sɔ̃). 1851–1931, French composer. His works include operas, chamber music, and the Symphony on a French Mountaineer's Song (1866)
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