Jan La·di·slav [yahn lah-dyi-slahf] /yɑn ˈlɑ dyɪ slɑf/, 1760–1812, Czech pianist and composer.

Also Du·šek [doo-shek] /ˈdʊ ʃɛk/.
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Historical Examples of dussek

  • Then Dussek entered and made away with the lot, leaving but the bones!

    The Merry-Go-Round

    Carl Van Vechten

  • Dussek, it may be mentioned, does not ever appear to have returned to London.

  • Dussek was fond of ease and pleasure, and never developed his powers to the full.

  • Those of Clementi and Dussek seem destined to perennial life.

  • The third, in C, is still different from the other two, and was fashioned apparently after some composition of Clementi or Dussek.