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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of schnabel

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of schnabel:
/ʃnæbəl/

Derived Form of schnabel

noun
plural: schnabels
Noun
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United States composer (born in Austria) and pianist noted for his interpretations of the works of Mozart and Beethoven and Schubert (1882-1951)
SynonymsSchnabel, Artur Schnabel,
Type ofcomposer, pianist, piano player,

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  1. The latter was a teacher of Anton Schnabels, and Schnabel was Leon Fleishers teacher and I was Fleishers pupil.
  2. Her most highly publicized relationship was with art dealer Vito Schnabel in 2012.
  3. by Julian Schnabel some years ago
  4. Chris heard that Jeff Schnabel,
  5. Narrator: THIS OFF SEASON, PARKER SCHNABEL AND HIS TEAM
  6. THAT, YOU KNOW, JOHN SCHNABEL WORKED ON DURING THE WAR.
  7. Narrator: AND PARKER SCHNABEL'S NEW FOREMEN...
  8. Narrator: PARKER SCHNABEL SPENT HALF A MILLION DOLLARS
  9. Narrator: PARKER SCHNABEL HAS ONLY ONE SEASON TO
  10. this amazing film by Julian Schnabel.
  11. So we went down to Julian Schnabel's house
  12. Georgi brought me this paper by Zoe Emily Schnabel,
  13. So we did this, we took Schnabel's method and we looked to see how many mRNAs
  14. which were actually inspired by Julian Schnabel's paintings.
  15. In 2014, Klum started dating art curator Vito Schnabel.
  16. Following the success of the Beethoven subscription series, and now won over to the benefits of recording, Schnabel decided to tackle the Schubert sonatas next. Schubert was even more in need of such treatment than Beethoven.
  17. Schnabel took advantage of a stay in London in December 1937 to record the A major sonata (D959) and the Moments musicaux at HMV's Abbey Road Studios.
  18. But the outbreak of war in 1939 got in the way of these regular trips to London and forced Schnabel to seek refuge elsewhere. Once peace had returned, he resumed his recording of the Impromptus.