[ dy-ka ]
/ düˈka /
Paul (Ab·ra·ham) [pawl a-bra-am] /pɔl a braˈam/,1865–1935, French composer.
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Example sentences from the Web for dukas
Of the modern French we are loth to omit the symphonies of Chausson and of Dukas.
Dukas uses them later in divided violins, violas and cellos, having thus a triad of harmonics doubled in the octave.
British Dictionary definitions for dukas
/ (French dykɑ) /
Paul (pɔl). 1865–1935, French composer best known for the orchestral scherzo The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1897)
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