Thesaurus / accompanist
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She would have liked to, but her accompanist was coming at half-past ten.
EVELYN INNESGEORGE MOORE
Weckerlin directed the choruses and I acted as the accompanist at the rehearsals.
MUSICAL MEMORIESCAMILLE SAINT-SANS
Above all the violinist should play with an accompanist who is used to accompanying him.
VIOLIN MASTERYFREDERICK H. MARTENS
Gustave Scott was the accompanist that evening, and it proved to be the choice number of the concert.
SIXTY YEARS OF CALIFORNIA SONGMARGARET BLAKE-ALVERSON
The double-bass chanced upon the janitor's little boy in the corridor, and asked him if he knew where our accompanist could be.
It is through nervousness that singers have "wobbled" off the stage after their solo, before the accompanist has finished.
After the concert we made her sing for us and our accompanist played for her.
Mrs. Kearney had to stand aside to allow the baritone and his accompanist to pass up to the platform.
DUBLINERSJAMES JOYCE
His father was accompanist (Maestro al Cembalo) at the Pergola theatre.
At the appointed hour I was at the pavilion with Mrs. J.M. Case, my accompanist.
SIXTY YEARS OF CALIFORNIA SONGMARGARET BLAKE-ALVERSON

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.