Czerny


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Czer·ny

 (chĕr′nē), Karl 1791-1857.
Austrian pianist and composer. A student of Beethoven and the teacher of Liszt, he wrote several volumes of piano exercises that remain in wide use.
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Czerny

(German ˈtʃɛrni)
n
(Biography) Karl (karl). 1791–1857, Austrian pianist, composer, and teacher, noted for his studies
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Czer•ny

(ˈtʃɛr ni)

n.
Carl, 1791–1857, Austrian pianist and composer.
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Noun1.Czerny - Austrian virtuoso pianist and composer of many works for the piano; studied with Beethoven and was a teacher of Liszt (1791-1857)
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