[koo-be-leek; English koo b-uh-lik]
  1. Jan [yahn] /yɑn/, 1880–1940, Czech violinist and composer in Hungary.
  2. 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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Historical Examples of kubelik

  • Mr. Kreisler's style is in sharp contrast with Mr. Kubelik's.

    Musical Criticisms

    Arthur Johnstone

  • In the blue drawing-room, Kubelik had just arrived and was beginning to play.

    The Soul Stealer

    Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

  • Grace was going to hear Kubelik that evening, dining first with the Halwards.

  • Ole Bull and Kubelik had made great successes, he said; and so, why not he?

  • But Kubelik is a boy, and he has 'violin hands'—fingers a kilomètre long.

    The Halo

    Bettina von Hutten

British Dictionary definitions for kubelik


  1. Raphael (ˈraːfaɛl). 1914–96, Czech conductor and composer
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