instrumentalist

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instrumentalist

1. a person who plays a musical instrument
2. Philosophy a person who believes in the doctrines of instrumentalism
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Femail tunes into a few sensational instrumentalists who reveal their dream, aspirations and passion for music.
There are two categories - solo instrumentalist and solo vocalist.
It is always delightful to see that the instrumentalists are totally involved.
We've managed to attract an exciting mix of accomplished artists and instrumentalists to complete an attractive concert series.
The competition is open to singers and instrumentalists aged from eight to 21.
com, as well as local speciality toy and bookstores, Tall And Small is award-winning independent children's recording artist Rebecca Frezza's third studio CD and is specifically intended to entertain preschool aged children with fourteen brand new songs performed by Rebecca and enhanced by precision backup singers and instrumentalists.
She stood out as one of the few female instrumentalists, a composer of piano music before George Winston and Windham Hill.
And as she traced a melting path around her instrumentalists, she resembled a Byronic creature temporarily immersed in a swirl of tradition and bravery.
A gallery of acoustic instrumentalists, drawn from Nashville's famous music scene and assembled by Mr.
This dilemma dissolves when we understand what question neo-Humean instrumentalists are addressing.
Experienced classical-music conductors wield their batons like master anglers, pulling musical keepers out of an orchestra's pool of instrumentalists.
Paramount's Great America is looking to hire more than 100 singers, dancers, actors, instrumentalists, technical crew members, creative variety artists and people interested in performing as walk-around characters, escorts and ushers.