Alexis Emmanuel
[uh-lek-sis i-man-yoo-uh l;; French a-lek-see e-ma-ny-el] /əˈlɛk sɪs ɪˈmæn yu əl;; French a lɛkˈsi ɛ ma nüˈɛl/ (Show IPA), 1841–94, French composer.
Historical Examples

For some reason, which I do not pretend to fathom, Chabrier has introduced a popular Irish melody into his score!
Masters of French Music Arthur Hervey

Chabrier is said to be at work upon an opera entitled “Briseis.”
Masters of French Music Arthur Hervey

Vast talents such as those of Bizet and Chabrier were making themselves felt.
Musical Portraits Paul Rosenfeld

Then she handed a hundred franc note to Mme. Chabrier ‘for the household.’
My Memoirs Marguerite Steinheil

At his funeral Chabrier said, “His family, his pupils, his immortal art: violà all his life!”
The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 2 Rupert Hughes

According to Chabrier, the wing has only one period of activity.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 5 Various

Mme. Chabrier (who had come down) was exceedingly alarmed, and said that Alexandre Wolff would perhaps come and kill them.
My Memoirs Marguerite Steinheil

He asked me therefore to write a letter in which I would certify that I (Chabrier) had myself opened the pocket-book.
My Memoirs Marguerite Steinheil

The intense admiration that Chabrier entertains towards Wagner has not obscured the individuality of his own musical ideas.
Masters of French Music Arthur Hervey

(Alexis) Emmanuel (emanɥɛl). 1841–94, French composer; noted esp for the orchestral rhapsody España (1883)

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