Definition of Giacomo meyerbeer
1. Noun. German composer of operas in a style that influenced Richard Wagner (1791-1864).
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1. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1912)
"He was their eldest son, and was called Jacob Meyer Beer, a name he afterward contracted and Italianized into giacomo meyerbeer. His genius showed itself ..."
2. Modern Music and Musicians by Louis Charles Elson (1918)
"DINORAH Comic Opera in three acts by giacomo meyerbeer. Text by Barbier and Carré. DINORAH, the heroine, is a poor peasant girl and the betrothed of a ..."
3. Young People's Story of Music by Ida Prentice Whitcomb (1908)
"XLII giacomo meyerbeer, 1791-1864 JOHANNES BRAHMS, 1833-189? ... For our first, we select giacomo meyerbeer, because he is so noted for his historical ..."
4. Eminent Israelites of the Nineteenth Century: A Series of Biographical Sketches by Henry Samuel Morais (1879)
"giacomo meyerbeer. Years of study would be required to write understandingly ... giacomo meyerbeer (properly Jakob Meyer Beer) was born at Berlin, Prussia, ..."
5. The Harmonicon (1825)
"... AN HEROIC OPERA IN TWO ACTS, WRITTEN BY ROSSI,—COMPOSED BY giacomo meyerbeer. THIS opera was first produced in the Grand Teatro la Fenice ..."
6. Co-operative Bulletin. by Brooklyn Public Library, Pratt Institute Free Library (1901)
"giacomo meyerbeer. (See Century library of music 1900-01. v. 3. p. 61-74. ... giacomo meyerbeer. (See Famous composers and their works. [C1891.1 v. 2. p. ..."