Definition of Lehar
1. Noun. Hungarian composer of light operas (1870-1948).
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Literary usage of Lehar
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Dramatic Index for ...: Covering Articles and Illustrations Concerning edited by Anne C. Sutherland, Frederick Winthrop Faxon, Mary Estella Bates (1918)
"... Willard G., manager, 1858-1917. Obituary. Dram. Mir. 77: Mr.31.47. 10 (4). Star gazer. The, musical comedy by C. Hamilton, M. Woodward and F. Lehar ..."
2. The Aeolian Pipe-organ and Its Music by Aeolian Company (1919)
"... Meditation Frysinger 79 Melcombe—Hymn 872 Merry Widow Lehar 44 Offertory on two Christmas Hymns Guilmant 106 Offertory on two Christmas Hymns with ..."
3. Official Report of the Calcutta International Exhibition, 1883-84: Compiled (1885)
"Design lehar (zig-zag). Used as border edan Chiefs for trousers and jackets and for flags on white ground. ..."
4. Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians by Theodore Baker (1919)
"Lehar 2 and 3; 1678); Echi di riverenza (14 cantatas for solo voice; 1679); ... Lehar [la'hahr], Franz, born Komorn (Komarom), Hungary, Apr. 30,1870. ..."