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Zemlinsky

[ zem-lin-skee ]
/ zɛmˈlɪn ski /
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noun
Alexander von, 1871–1942, Austrian composer and conductor.
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  • His first instruction was received from his brother-in-law, Alexander von Zemlinsky.

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Zemlinsky
/ (zɛmˈlɪnskɪ) /

noun
Alexander. 1871–1942, Austrian composer, living in the US from 1938. His works include the operas Es war einmal (1900) and Eine florentische Tragödie (1917) and the Lyric Symphony (1923)
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