Schirmer

[shur-mer]
noun
  1. Gus·tav [goo s-tahf] /ˈgʊs tɑf/, 1829–93, born in Germany, and his sons Rudolph Edward, 1859–1919, and Gustave, 1864–1907, U.S. music publishers.
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Contemporary Examples of schirmer

  • For most of his professional life, 62-year-old Arthur Burton “A.B.” Schirmer has been a man of God.

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    The Pastor's Disappearing Wives

    Steve Huff

    September 15, 2010

Historical Examples of schirmer

  • He was sent to take baths in May, 1874, by his physician, Dr. Schirmer.

    The Electric Bath

    George M. Schweig

  • Schirmer begged to be allowed to publish some of my compositions.

  • There's Maples and Schirmer and a couple o' fellows on the Kinsey business.

    The Turmoil

    Booth Tarkington

  • There were also the laborious theses of Berlioux and of Schirmer.

    Atlantida

    Pierre Benoit

  • Professor Schirmer has a European reputation; he wears blue spectacles and a maroon wig.

    Malbone

    Thomas Wentworth Higginson