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/ oʊˈbɛr /
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Da·niel Fran·çois Es·prit [da-nyelfrahn-swaes-pree], /daˈnyɛl frɑ̃ˈswa ɛsˈpri/, 1782–1871, French composer.
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How to use Auber in a sentence
These two men, Auber and Rossini, were masters of the art of writing effectively for the theatre.
Bellini's, Auber's and Spontini's scores are thin compared with his; even Auber's grandest ensembles lack his sham magnificence.
Of the French composers, Auber has had more pieces travestied in this country than has any one of his fellows.A Book of Burlesque|Willam Davenport Adams
It is a brilliant orchestral piece, somewhat in the style of Auber.Masters of French Music|Arthur Hervey
Things were passing at the home of the Meyrins less worthily and less poetically than in the Rue Auber.Artist and Model|Ren de Pont-Jest
British Dictionary definitions for Auber
/ (French obɛr) /
Daniel François Esprit (danjɛl frɑ̃swa ɛspri). 1782–1871, French composer, who was prominent in development of opéra comique. His works include 48 operas
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