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Telemann

[tey-luh-mahn]
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noun
  1. Ge·org Phi·lipp [gey-awrk fee-lip, fil-ip] /geɪˌɔrk ˈfi lɪp, ˈfɪl ɪp/, 1681–1767, German composer.
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Examples from the Web for telemann

Historical Examples

  • A guess may be hazarded that he obtained them through his old friend Telemann at Hamburg.

    Handel

    Edward J. Dent

  • Later on it was set to music again by two of Handel's former friends, first by Telemann, and then by Mattheson.

    Handel

    Edward J. Dent

  • Telemann appears to have been a keen gardener, and had evidently asked Handel to send him some rare plants.

    Handel

    Edward J. Dent

  • About this time he became conductor of the Musical Union, which had been founded by Telemann, but even here troubles arose.

    Bach

    Charles Francis Abdy Williams

  • Telemann was, even more than Handel, a painter in music, and was more celebrated than Handel for his realistic effects.

    Handel

    Romain Rolland


British Dictionary definitions for telemann

Telemann

noun
  1. Georg Philipp (ˈɡeːɔrk ˈfiːlɪp). 1681–1767, German composer, noted for his prolific output
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