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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How to use Dussek in a sentence
The fashionable pianoforte composers at that time were Clementi, Steibelt, Dussek, and some others.
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.
In conclusion, Herr Dussek played a new quintett he had composed in Hamburgh, which was praised to the skies.Louis Spohr's Autobiography | Louis Spohr