[koo -be-leek; English koo b-uh-lik]
- Jan [yahn] /yɑn/, 1880–1940, Czech violinist and composer in Hungary.
- his son(Je·ro·nym) Ra·fa·el [ye-raw-nim rah-fah-el] /ˈyɛ rɔ nɪm ˈrɑ fɑ ɛl/, 1914–1996, Czech conductor.
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Examples from the Web for kubelik
Mr. Kreisler's style is in sharp contrast with Mr. Kubelik's.Musical Criticisms
In the blue drawing-room, Kubelik had just arrived and was beginning to play.The Soul Stealer
Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
Grace was going to hear Kubelik that evening, dining first with the Halwards.The New Gulliver and Other Stories
Ole Bull and Kubelik had made great successes, he said; and so, why not he?Ashton-Kirk, Investigator
John T. McIntyre
But Kubelik is a boy, and he has 'violin hands'—fingers a kilomètre long.The Halo
Bettina von Hutten
- Raphael (ˈraːfaɛl). 1914–96, Czech conductor and composer
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