[dam-rosh; for 1 also German dahm-rawsh]
- Le·o·pold [lee-uh-pohld; German ley-aw-pawlt] /ˈli əˌpoʊld; German ˈleɪ ɔˌpɔlt/1832–85, German conductor and violinist, in the U.S. after 1871.
- his sonWalter Jo·han·nes [joh-han-is] /dʒoʊˈhæn ɪs/, 1862–1950, U.S. conductor, born in Germany.
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Examples from the Web for damrosch
First I went to say good-bye to Damrosch, as he is going to Europe.
Damrosch(who was conducting without his coat) appeared very pleasant.
A year ago Damrosch married the daughter of a very rich and distinguished man.
Damrosch annoyed me very much by taking up the best of the time for himself and leaving the rest of the rehearsal to me.
Where, now, could be seen such an audience as Dr. Damrosch had gathered for his first season of German opera?The Three Black Pennys