[mahy-er-beer; German mahy-uh r-beyr]
Gia·co·mo [jah-kaw-maw] /ˈdʒɑ kɔ mɔ/, Jakob Liebmann Beer, 1791–1864, German composer.
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Historical Examples of meyerbeer
Meyerbeer's influence, about 1830 to 1840, was supreme upon the stage.
In 1843 his "Rienzi" was accepted at Dresden, through the influence of Meyerbeer.
In Paris, in July, 1870, the war was brought out like an opera of Meyerbeer.
The Abbot was a famous musician and organist, the teacher of Meyerbeer.
Meyerbeer, it is said, was also weak in counterpoint and fugue.
British Dictionary definitions for meyerbeer
Giacomo (ˈdʒaːkomo), real name Jakob Liebmann Beer. 1791–1864, German composer, esp of operas, such as Robert le diable (1831) and Les Huguenots (1836)
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