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Delsarte

[ del-sahrt; French del-sart ]

noun

  1. Fran·çois [fran-, swah, f, r, ah, n, -, swa], 1811–71, French musician and teacher.


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His hand moved in an airy circle as he inscribed a flowing cipher with a graceful Delsarte wave.

He was actor, lecturer, and playwright, and he taught the art of acting on lines laid down by Delsarte.

Monseigneur Sibour had great esteem and affection for Delsarte, and made him his frequent guest.

It was in the salon of this art-loving archbishop that Delsarte achieved one of his most brilliant triumphs.

After Delsarte had gathered so abundant a harvest of laurels, fate decided that he had lived long enough.

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