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Tschaikovsky

or Tschai·kow·sky, Chai·kov·ski

[chahy-kawf-skee, -kof-; Russian chyee-kawf-skyee]
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noun
  1. Peter Il·yich [il-yich] /ˈɪl yɪtʃ/. Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilyich.
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Historical Examples

  • In 1877 Tschaikovsky made a similar agreement with the woman he married.

    The Merry-Go-Round

    Carl Van Vechten

  • She had so loved Tschaikovsky's music, and this piece especially.

    The Reason Why

    Elinor Glyn

  • It was a bit from Tschaikovsky's Pathetic Symphony—the adagio movement.

    The Halo

    Bettina von Hutten

  • He played the Tschaikovsky concerto, and he played it wonderfully.

    Violin Mastery

    Frederick H. Martens

  • I think that Tschaikovsky made the deepest appeal, though he said that the Russian's music sounded better than it was.

    Unicorns

    James Huneker