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Landowska

[ lan-dawf-skuh, -dof-; Polish lahn-dawf-skah ]
/ lænˈdɔf skə, -ˈdɒf-; Polish lɑnˈdɔf skɑ /
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noun

Wan·da [won-duh; Polish vahn-dah], /ˈwɒn də; Polish ˈvɑn dɑ/, 1879–1959, Polish harpsichordist, in the U.S. after 1940.

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Landowska
/ (Polish lanˈdɔfska) /

noun

Wanda (ˈvanda). 1877–1959, US harpsichordist, born in Poland
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