instrumentalist

[ in-struh-men-tl-ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF instrumentalist
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His musical director was not only an instrumentalist but a composer as well.

How much every instrumentalist can learn from the art of singing!

The extraordinary career of Paganini has received more attention than the life of any other instrumentalist.

From an instrumentalist in Colonne's orchestra he had attained the rank of assistant conductor.

Rossini, then, at once vocalist and instrumentalist, began his career in both characters at a very early age.

Watch the instrumentalist—till you make sure it is the male who is wooing Katy with his persistent guitar.

At another place the musicianship of one instrumentalist was truly appalling.

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

Mr. Williams, as an instrumentalist, devotes himself especially to the violin and the cornet.

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

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INSTRUMENTALIST

musician

nounperson who performs music
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