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Halévy

[ a-ley-vee ]
/ a leɪˈvi /
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noun
Fro·men·tal [fraw-mahn-tal], /frɔ mɑ̃ˈtal/, Jacques François Fromental Élie Lévy, 1790–1862, French composer, especially of operas.
his nephew, Lu·do·vic [ly-daw-veek], /lü dɔˈvik/, 1834–1908, French novelist and playwright: librettist in collaboration with Henri Meilhac.
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Halévy
/ (French alevi) /

noun
(Jacques François) Fromental (fromɛ̃tal), original name Elias Levy . 1799–1862, French composer, noted for his operas, which include La Juive (1835)
his nephew, Ludovic (lydɔvik). 1834–1908, French dramatist and novelist, who collaborated with Meilhac on opera libretti
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