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 (kôrn′gōld′, -gôlt′), Erich Wolfgang 1897-1957.
Austrian-born American composer and pianist whose works include operas, such as Die tote Stadt (1920), orchestral and chamber music, and film scores, including Anthony Adverse (1936).
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(ˈkɔrnˌgoʊld; Ger. ˈkɔrnˌgɔlt)
Erich Wolfgang, 1897–1957, Austrian composer, conductor, and pianist in the U.S.
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