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Romberg

[rom-burg]
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noun
  1. Sig·mund [sig-muh nd] /ˈsɪg mənd/, 1887–1951, Hungarian composer of light opera, in the U.S. after 1913.
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Examples from the Web for romberg

Historical Examples

  • Here he heard Romberg, with advantage for the pursuit of his studies.

    The Violoncello and Its History</p>

    Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski

  • "Mesmer was to be distinguished by a cloak of a particular color," said Romberg.

    The Road to Paris

    Robert Neilson Stephens

  • "There is a ruined abbey, at the head of that short lane," said Romberg.

    The Road to Paris

    Robert Neilson Stephens

  • If Romberg's phosphorus, which is fused CaCl2, is rubbed on the sleeve, it glows with a greenish light.

  • It is noteworthy that Romberg advocated a simplified notation for violoncello music.

    The Violoncello and Its History</p>

    Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski


British Dictionary definitions for romberg

Romberg

noun
  1. Sigmund . 1887–1951, US composer of operettas, born in Hungary. He wrote The Student Prince (1924) and The Desert Song (1926)
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