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MacDowell

[muh k-dou-uh l] /məkˈdaʊ əl/
noun
1.
Edward Alexander, 1861–1908, U.S. composer and pianist.
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  • No one is a more earnest student of these effects than MacDowell.

  • But MacDowell has been reminded of Bayreuth very infrequently in this work.

  • The pair settled in Wiesbaden, and it was the happiest period of MacDowell's career.

    Unicorns James Huneker
  • Why should an artist like MacDowell have been forced into the shafts of dull routine?

    Unicorns James Huneker
  • There are poetic moods—MacDowell is always a poet—yet no path-breaker.

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  • MacDowell is very happy and his wife is braver than Nietzsche's sister.

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  • The suites were the first of MacDowell's works to appear in print.

    Edward MacDowell

    Lawrence Gilman
  • In the summer of that year MacDowell and his wife went abroad.

    Edward MacDowell

    Lawrence Gilman

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