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British Dictionary definitions for dolmetsch


  1. Arnold. 1858–1940, British musician, born in France. He contributed greatly to the revival of interest in early music and instruments
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  • But Dolmetsch is not one of those men who say no, and he read me the score.

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    Max Beerbohm

  • She's a woman I met at a studio somewhere, and I went with her to one of those Dolmetsch concerts.

  • She took the pitch from certain notes which she had written down, and which she struck on Mr. Dolmetsch's psaltery.

  • I remember his exact words, because they seemed to me at the time to be the sort of thing that only Dolmetsch could have said.

  • And I swear to you that such a moment came to me while Dolmetsch mumbled the last two bars of that Mass.