Definition of Bedrich smetana
1. Noun. Czech composer (1824-1884).
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1. Music (1896)
"bedrich smetana was born on the 2nd of March, 1824. He was the first son of his father, he had been preceded by six daughters, Anna, Klara, Zofie, Marie, ..."
2. Variations by James Huneker (1921)
"Mr. Urban devoted special sections to the chief composers of Bohemia — Bedrich Smetana, Antonin Dvorak, Zdenko Fibich, Vitezslav Novak, and Josef Suk. ..."
3. Bohemia: A Brief Evaluation of Bohemia's Contribution to Civilizationby Jaroslav Joseph Zmrhal, Vojta Beneš by Jaroslav Joseph Zmrhal, Vojta Beneš (1917)
"bedrich smetana, the founder of the modern Bohemian music, was born at Litomysl in eastern Bohemia on the 2nd of March, 1824. He made such rapid progress in ..."
4. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1922)
"bedrich smetana, whose symphonic works are given by good orchestras thruout the United States, and whose opera "The Bartered Bride" was produced at the ..."
5. Review of Reviews by Albert Shaw (1897)
"bedrich smetana.—IJJ Krai. Foster American Talent. LA Swalm. Musical Results of the Study of Ethnology. W. Wallaschek. ..."
6. New Cosmopolis: A Book of Images. Intimate New York. Certain European Cities by James Huneker (1915)
"For Dvorak there was a musical god, and he was bedrich smetana; Bohemia's greatest musician, the composer of ..."