Chaminade

[sha-mee-nad]
noun
  1. Cé·cile Louise Sté·pha·nie [sey-seel lweez stey-fa-nee] /seɪˈsil lwiz steɪ faˈni/, 1857–1944, French pianist and composer.
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Examples from the Web for chaminade

Historical Examples of chaminade

  • None of their definitions seems to apply to the Toccata by Chaminade.

    Piano Playing

    Josef Hofmann

  • I have no doubt that the Toccata by Chaminade, which I do not know, is written on similar lines.

    Piano Playing

    Josef Hofmann

  • It's Chaminade, the same kind that you were using before, but this is fresher.

    The Sixth Sense

    Stephen McKenna

  • I'd as soon recite Shakespeare to a metronome as play Chaminade.

    A Fortunate Term

    Angela Brazil

  • For all that she really knew, they might want her to play Chaminade and Moskowsky.

    The Brimming Cup

    Dorothy Canfield Fisher