[ ahl-ve-neeth; English ahl-bey-nees, al- ]
/ ɑlˈvɛ niθ; English ɑlˈbeɪ nis, æl- /
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I·sa·ac [ee-sah-ahk; English ahy-zuhk], /ˌi sɑˈɑk; English ˈaɪ zək/, 1860–1909, Spanish composer and pianist.
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Words nearby Albéniz
Albee, Albee, Edward, albeit, Albemarle, Albemarle Sound, Albéniz, albergo, Alberich, Alberoni, Albers, Albert
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How to use Albéniz in a sentence
The Spanish80 composers, Albeniz and Granados, frequently employ national dance rhythms in their pieces.Music: An Art and a Language|Walter Raymond Spalding
Mr. Rubinstein succeeded in making the Albeniz pieces not only poetical but lyrical.
Here begin the difficulties of understanding even Albeniz and Granados.
One composer stood out with unexpected prominence from Mr. Rubinstein's programme—Isaac Albeniz.
Yet he is modern, in the sense that he is intellectual and anti-sentimental, as compared with Albeniz.
British Dictionary definitions for Albéniz
/ (Spanish alˈβeniθ) /
Isaac (isaˈak). 1860–1909, Spanish composer; noted for piano pieces inspired by folk music, such as the suite Iberia
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