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Chaminade

[ sha-mee-nad ]

noun

  1. Cé·cile Louise Sté·pha·nie [sey-, seel, lweez stey-f, a, -, nee], 1857–1944, French pianist and composer.


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Chaminade, is distinctly popular to-day, but her work is not considered by critics to be strikingly original.

She commenced to play pastel-toned bits of Nevin and Chaminade, her clear eyes delighting in free vision.

As an example we may cite the works of Chaminade, which hold the very highest rank in their class.

I played something from Chaminade, as her fancies are always airy and agreeable and unmelancholy.

The life of Chaminade affords still another case of this opposition.

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