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noun as in musician

noun as in player

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First, all the instrumentalists and vocalists recorded themselves playing or singing to Jamshied’s midi file.

It’s a solo performance, which is extraordinary, for an instrumentalist who carries an entire performance as a soloist on the stage with no one else there.

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In keeping with the tradition of his predecessors, his group has become a platform for the next generation of this music’s players and instrumentalists.

At not even 25 years old, Mansur Brown is an exceptionally gifted multi-instrumentalist and producer from Brixton, London.

Performed on the stage in Arlington to a house shuttered to all but the singers, instrumentalists, technicians and crew, the numbers do all the work.

He might have had an extraordinary instinct, but he was unabashedly instrumentalist.

“[Our fans are] mostly gap-year public-school girls,” said the band's multi-instrumentalist Ben Lovett.

The brainy singer and instrumentalist has been wooing fans for years.

The star accompanist aspires to the same mastery when he plays for a famous singer or instrumentalist.

Now Jim was by no means a poor instrumentalist, and in addition was one of those fortunate individuals gifted with a fair voice.

At any rate no instrumentalist of taste would play the above song staccato.

The critic discusses the Premier both as vocalist and instrumentalist, and in both capacities finds him sadly wanting.

In this concert without a conductor, each instrumentalist played what he liked, confusing his own score with his neighbour's.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to instrumentalist, such as: artist, composer, conductor, entertainer, performer, and player.

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