[ley-hahr; Hungarian le-hahr]
- Franz [frahnts] /frɑnts/, 1870–1948, Hungarian composer of operettas.
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We never dreamed your name had ever been anything else but Lehar!
Of course there was quite a stir about it and he changed his name and took his grandmother's maiden name, which was Lehar.
"No one knows that my real name isn't Lehar, outside of my uncle's family, and you," said Veronica lightly.
When you girls reached home after this party last night was Miss Lehar there?
I also remember with distinctness of detail a chorusman who took part in a new Lehar opera, there in Berlin.Europe Revised
Irvin S. Cobb
- Franz (frants). 1870–1948, Hungarian composer of operettas, esp The Merry Widow (1905)