[wahyl; German vahyl]
- Kurt [kurt; German koo rt] /kɜrt; German kʊərt/, 1900–50, German composer, in the U.S. after 1935.
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Weill is the man that trustis in God; for God shalbe his trust.
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Weill opened the case on his lap, reached inside, and closed it again.
Weill hushed him urgently, pointing with his free hand to the recorder.
- Kurt (kʊrt). 1900–50, German composer, in the US from 1935. He wrote the music for Brecht's The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (1927) and The Threepenny Opera (1928)
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