Definition of Offenbach, Jacques in English:

Offenbach, Jacques

Syllabification: Of·fen·bach, Jacques
Pronunciation: /ˈôfənˌbäk, ˈäf-
 
/
( 1819–80), German composer, a resident of France from 1833; born Jacob Offenbach. He contributed to the rise of the operetta with such works as Orpheus in the Underworld (1858) and The Tales of Hoffmann (1881).

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