Definition of Gounod
1. Noun. French composer best remembered for his operas (1818-1893).
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Literary usage of Gounod
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1. Music (1895)
"IN the Revue de Path for June 1st, July 1st, and August 1st, are contained the memoirs of Charles Gounod. In spite of the fact that they are broken off at ..."
2. Encyclopaedia Britannica, a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"The non-success of this work proved a great disappointment to Gounod, who, however, set to work again, and this time with better results, Mireille, ..."
3. The Musical World (1872)
"If M. Gounod thinks the price he himself fixed inadequate, ... Now that M. Gounod has become his own publisher he will probably find the profits not so ..."
4. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by Anna Lorraine Guthrie, Marion A. Knight, H.W. Wilson Company, Estella E. Painter (1920)
"Soc Hygiene 2:191-205 Ap '16 Gounod, Charles François Six lettres inédites ... R Polit et I.itt 57:317-50 My 31 '19 Le centenaire de Gounod. ..."