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Tristan und Isolde

[ tris-tuhnuhnd i-sohld, ih-sohl-duh, -tan; German tris-tahnoont ee-zawl-duh ]
/ ˈtrɪs tən ənd ɪˈsoʊld, ɪˈsoʊl də, -tæn; German ˈtrɪs tɑn ʊnt iˈzɔl də /
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noun
a music drama (composed, 1857–59; première, 1865) by Richard Wagner.
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