Seghers

[zey-guhrs]
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noun

An·na [ah-nah] /ˈɑ nɑ/, Netty Radvanyi, 1900–1983, German novelist.

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  • For some years he worked side by side with Snyders and Seghers.

    Van Dyck

    Percy M. Turner

  • This is sufficient indication of the esteem in which Liszt held Seghers.

    Musical Memories

    Camille Saint-Sans

  • By these refusals Seghers was deprived of the support of two powerful protectors.

    Musical Memories

    Camille Saint-Sans

  • If Seghers had been adaptable, he might have secured resources, but that was not his forte.

    Musical Memories

    Camille Saint-Sans

  • Seghers was a member of the Société des Concerts at the Conservatoire.

    Musical Memories

    Camille Saint-Sans