[ dal-bert; German dahl-bert; French dal-ber ]
/ ˈdæl bərt; German ˈdɑl bɛrt; French dalˈbɛr /
Eu·gen [German oi-geyn] /German ɔɪˈgeɪn/or Eu·gène [French œ-zhen] /French œˈʒɛn/Francis Charles,1864–1932, German-French pianist and composer, born in Scotland.
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[ dal-bert; German dahl-bert ]
/ ˈdæl bərt; German ˈdɑl bɛrt /
Eu·gen [oi-geyn] /ɔɪˈgeɪn/ (or Eugene) Francis Charles. Albert, d', Eugen (or Eugene) Francis Charles.
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