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Weyse

[vey-suh] /ˈveɪ sə/
noun
1.
Christoph Ernst Friedrich, 1774–1842, Danish organist and composer.
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  • I opposed this at the beginning; but afterwards I yielded, and the piece was really half-created by Weyse.

    The True Story of My Life Hans Christian Andersen
  • "It is the Professor Weyse," said the servant, and Otto opened the door softly, without knocking.

    O. T. Hans Christian Andersen
  • I wished to give it up; but Weyse consoled me, and encouraged me to proceed.

    The True Story of My Life Hans Christian Andersen
  • The works of Hartmann and Weyse are not known beyond the boundaries of Denmark.

    The Opera R.A. Streatfeild

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