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Dittersdorf

[ dit-erz-dawrf; German dit-uhrs-dawrf ]
/ ˈdɪt ərzˌdɔrf; German ˈdɪt ərsˌdɔrf /
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noun
Karl Dit·ters von [kahrl -dit-uhrs fuhn], /kɑrl ˈdɪt ərs fən/, 1739–99, Austrian violinist and composer.
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How to use Dittersdorf in a sentence

  • In 1794, Dittersdorf wrote the same number of like dances for the large hall, and Eybler for the small.

  • The name is not mentioned, but the general opinion is that Dittersdorf was the instructor.

    Haydn|J. Cuthbert Hadden
  • Mozart's victorious rival was Dittersdorf, whose comic operas were played in Berlin to crowded audiences.

  • Very different was the career of Dittersdorf, who came to Berlin in July of the same year.

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