Casals

[kuh-salz, -sahlz, kah-sahlz; Spanish kah-sahls]
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noun

Pa·blo [pah-bloh; Spanish pah-vlaw] /ˈpɑ bloʊ; Spanish ˈpɑ vlɔ/, 1876–1973, Spanish cellist, conductor, and composer; in France after 1936; in Puerto Rico after 1956.

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Examples from the Web for casals

  • Mr. Casals described the effect of the whole band as moving and exciting in a high degree.

    Rustic Sounds|Francis Darwin
  • The dance p. 101which Mr. Casals—himself a Catalan—described to me, is a round dance of some complexity.

    Rustic Sounds|Francis Darwin


British Dictionary definitions for casals

Casals

noun

Pablo (ˈpaβlo). 1876–1973, Spanish cellist and composer, noted for his interpretation of J. S. Bach's cello suites
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