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 (krī′slər), Fritz 1875-1962.
Austrian-born American violinist and composer of violin works and the operetta Apple Blossoms (1919).


(German ˈkraislər)
(Biography) Fritz (frɪts). 1875–1962, US violinist, born in Austria


(ˈkraɪs lər)

Fritz, 1875–1962, Austrian violinist and composer in the U.S.
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Noun1.Kreisler - United States violinist (born in Austria) (1875-1962)
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