Ed·vard [ed-vahrd; Norwegian ed-vahrt], /ˈɛd vɑrd; Norwegian ˈɛd vɑrt/, 1843–1907, Norwegian composer.
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How to use Grieg in a sentence
This year, Finnish engine maker Wärtsilä teamed up with the Norwegian logistics giant Grieg to bet on carbon-free ammonia to propel future ships.
There is currently no update on when Grieg will return to the airwaves.
Like Grieg in having a Scotch strain in his blood, his work also shows a certain resemblance to that of the Norwegian.The Complete Club Book for Women | Caroline French Benton
Pugno took the advice, practised up the work, played it in the concert given by Grieg, and scored a success.Piano Mastery | Harriette Brower
We next took up the Grieg Concerto; the Peter's edition of this work has been corrected by the composer.Piano Mastery | Harriette Brower
In the music to this song Grieg has admirably depicted the character of Solveig: beautiful, tender, joyous, and full of hope.Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works | Edward Baxter Perry
In it Grieg has emphasized only the somber and tragical aspect of the situation, ignoring entirely its touches of ghastly humor.Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works | Edward Baxter Perry
British Dictionary definitions for Grieg
Edvard (Hagerup) (ˈɛdvard). 1843–1907, Norwegian composer. His works, often inspired by Norwegian folk music, include the incidental music for Peer Gynt (1876), a piano concerto, and many songs
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