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Gottschalk

[got-shawk]
noun
  1. Louis Mo·reau [maw-roh, moh-] /mɔˈroʊ, moʊ-/, 1829–69, U.S. pianist and composer.
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Historical Examples of gottschalk

  • Gottschalk, who raised the storm, stated doctrines of Augustine.

    The Mediaeval Mind (Volume I of II)

    Henry Osborn Taylor

  • Upon his arrival Gottschalk played privately at a small party.

    From the Easy Chair, vol. 1

    George William Curtis

  • He makes me think of Gottschalk a little, for he is full of his airs.

  • Thalberg had the greater technique; Gottschalk the greater charm.

  • Thalberg's work was, if I may put it so, mental; Gottschalk's was temperamental.