[ koo-be-leek; English koob-uh-lik ]
/ ˈkʊ bɛ lik; English ˈkʊb ə lɪk /
Jan [yahn], /yɑn/, 1880–1940, Czech violinist and composer in Hungary. his son, (Je·ro·nym) Ra·fa·el [ye-raw-nim rah-fah-el], /ˈyɛ rɔ nɪm ˈrɑ fɑ ɛl/, 1914–1996, Czech conductor.
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How to use Kubelík in a sentence
Yet the rosin used by Paganini and Kubelik has probably been developed in Conifers to keep away sawflies and other enemies.
Sevčik was able to develop Kubelik's left hand work to the last degree of perfection—but not his bowing.
Kubelik spent the live-long day before the concert practicing Sevčik exercises.
I went to hear Kubelik play the concerto, and he played it well; but then, so did I, when my turn came.
British Dictionary definitions for Kubelík
Raphael (ˈraːfaɛl). 1914–96, Czech conductor and composer
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