violinist

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violinist

a person who plays the violin
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There are three photos together, Nathan Milstein is alongside another fiddle player Jascha Heifetz who is my complete hero in every way and another fiddle player called Hugh Bean, who used to lead the Philharmonia Orchestra when I was in it," Nick says.
Aside from rare cases such as the James Madison Carpenter collection, most of the extant field recordings of twentieth-century fiddle players were made when they were well past their prime, out of practice, or otherwise not at their best.
For John's 40 year career as a fiddle player is all thanks to Boyzone's Shane Lynch.
Harmonica and melodeon player Ted Crum will be the guest at Warwick Folk Club on Monday, while keyboards man Andrew Sharpe takes the stage with singer and fiddle player Harriet Guy at Stratford Folk Club on Wednesday.
It was in 2009 that Sam Sweeney, fiddle player with folk band Bellowhead, bought a violin in Oxford.
A talented fiddle player as well as a guitarist, Faulkner has recorded three albums with Keane, two solo releases, and written the music for 18 documentaries, movies and television shows.
Led by Scots–born Julian "Pye" Hastings, the only original member left, the band was completed by four more recent additions, including fiddle player and "new boy" Geoffrey Richardson, who joined in 1972.
Founding member Miles Hunt and fiddle player Erica Nockalls will perform Wonder Stuff classics such as Unbearable, The Size of a Cow and On the Ropes, as well as other tracks from their back catalogue.
Scott and fiddle player Steve Wickham dance around like Pagans in the summer solstice.
Fiddle player Swarbrick, meanwhile, was one of the most sought after musicians in folk projects in the 60s, and Fairport Convention''s leading player in the 70s.
BACK in the 1990s, fiddle player and singer Eliza Carthy spearheaded a folk revival - imbuing what was perceived as a style of music only enjoyed by elderly, bearded gentlemen and women in flowery dresses with a newfound energy and life.
FiDDlE player Daithi O Dronai is in with a second shot at stardom after being chosen for the final 15 in Sky's Must Be The Music show.