Ma·ri·a Lu·i·gi Car·lo Ze·no·bio Sal·va·to·re [mah-ree-ah loo-ee-jee kahr-law dze-naw-byaw sahl-vah-taw-re], /mɑˈri ɑ luˈi dʒi ˈkɑr lɔ dzɛˈnɔ byɔ ˌsɑl vɑˈtɔ rɛ/, 1760–1842, Italian composer, especially of opera; in France after 1788.
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How to use Cherubini in a sentence
Cherubini, who towers above all of them, was indeed the high-priest of the art, the grand-master of the craft.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician | Frederick Niecks
As evidence of the younger master's respect for the older one may be adduced a copy made by Chopin of one of Cherubini's fugues.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician | Frederick Niecks
I took some of my exercise books under my arm, to give Cherubini some notion of what Reicha had taught me.
Cherubini offered to take him as a pupil, but his father preferred to bring him up in the musical atmosphere of his own home.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year | Edwin Emerson
At dinner, at the suggestion of the same garrulous talker, the company drink the healths of Goethe and Cherubini.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3) | Alexander Wheelock Thayer
British Dictionary definitions for Cherubini
(Maria) Luigi (Carlo Zenobio Salvatore) (luˈiːdʒi). 1760–1842, Italian composer, noted particularly for his church music and his operas.
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