- Franz [frahnts] /frɑnts/, 1791–1872, Austrian poet and dramatist.
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Examples from the Web for grillparzer
Talk it over with Grillparzer; it will also be all one to him.
Grillparzer kept his promise to visit Beethoven at Hetzendorf, going thither with Schindler.
Brother Johann says: Grillparzer is coming to-morrow—that is no affair of yours.
Grillparzer has left us an account of his attempt to collaborate with Beethoven on an opera in his Erinnerungen an Beethoven.
The Count has also written to Grillparzer, and Beethoven, recalling that he is an old acquaintance, resolves to visit him.
- Franz (frants). 1791–1872, Austrian dramatist and poet, noted for his historical and classical tragedies, which include Sappho (1818), the trilogy The Golden Fleece (1819–22), and The Jewess of Toledo (1872)