Definition of Schnabel

1. Noun. United States composer (born in Austria) and pianist noted for his interpretations of the works of Mozart and Beethoven and Schubert (1882-1951).

Exact synonyms: Artur Schnabel
Generic synonyms: Composer, Pianist, Piano Player



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schnabel

Schmidt
Schmidt's syndrome
Schmidt-Lanterman clefts
Schmidt-Lanterman incisures
Schmidt-Thannhauser method
Schmidt camera
Schmidt diet
Schmidt telescope
Schmidtian
Schmorl's bacillus
Schmorl's ferric-ferricyanide reduction stain
Schmorl's jaundice
Schmorl's nodule
Schmorl's picrothionin stain
Schnabel
Schneider's first rank symptoms
Schneiderian
Schneidersitz
Schnoodle
Schnoodles
Schoenberg
Scholander apparatus
Scholesy
Scholz' disease
Schomburgk's deer
Schomburgkia
Schonbein
Schonbein's operation
Schonbein's test

Literary usage of Schnabel

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1. The Metallurgy of Lead & Silver by Henry Francis Collins (1899)
"The schnabel Process.t—This involves roasting the ore at a cherry-red heat, with the object of converting the zinc into oxide, which is then dissolved by a ..."

2. History of the American Pianoforte: Its Technical Development, and the Trade by Daniel Spillane (1890)
"The practical member of this firm was Mr. Edmund schnabel, a very expert and eminently qualified member of the craft. I find that their first pianos created ..."

3. History of the American Pianoforte: Its Technical Development, and the Trade by Daniel Spillane (1890)
"The practical member of this firm was Mr. Edmund schnabel, a very expert and eminently qualified member of the craft. I find that their first pianos created ..."

4. A System of Mineralogy: Descriptive Mineralogy, Comprising the Most Recent by James Dwight Dana, George Jarvis Brush (1868)
"25-98 8b 2-i4=100 schnabel 28-08= 100-75 schnabel 19-08 43-14 9-82 2499, Sb 1-04, Cu 2-36, gangue 0-52=100 75 Heil The analyses of supposed cobaltite by ..."

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