Definition of Florenz Ziegfeld
1. Noun. United States theatrical producer noted for a series of extravagant revues known as the Ziegfeld Follies (1869-1932).
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Literary usage of Florenz Ziegfeld
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Theatre, the Drama, the Girls by George Jean Nathan (1921)
"§42 Florenz Ziegfeld.—The difference between Florenz Ziegfeld and his imitators is illuminatingly revealed in a comparison of one of the Ziegfeld roof ..."
2. Another Book on the Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1915)
"... success of Florenz Ziegfeld in the field of the music show is in marked degree due to the circumstance that he divides his primary appeal not between ..."
3. The Best Plays by Burns Mantle, Louis Kronenberger (1921)
""SALLY" A musical comedy in three acts; book by Guy Bolton, lyrics by Clifford Grey, music by Jerome Kern and Victor Herbert, produced by Florenz Ziegfeld, ..."
4. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians: Being the Sixth Volume of the by Charles Newell Boyd, Waldo Selden Pratt (1920)
"CHICAGO MUSICAL COLLEGE, THE, was founded in 1867 by Florenz Ziegfeld, becoming incorporated in 1877. He remained its active head ..."
5. American Jewish Year Book by American Jewish Committee, Jewish Publication Society of America (1904)
"Daughter of Jean Held and Emilie Estephe. Educated at Paris. Married Florenz Ziegfeld, Jr. Star Anna Held Opera Company for seven years, producing Smith and ..."
6. Where and how to Sell Manuscripts: A Directory for Writers by William Bloss McCourtie (1920)
"Florenz Ziegfeld, JR., 214 West 42d Street, New York. The producer of the well-known Ziegfeld "Follies"—a musical revue. Arranges for his material. ..."
7. Mr. George Jean Nathan Presents by George Jean Nathan (1917)
"as narrated in the Gospel of Florenz Ziegfeld. In testimony whereof I take the liberty of quoting the following affidavit culled from the- leading ..."