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accompaniment

Music a subordinate part for an instrument, voices, or an orchestra

accompaniment

A decoration added to a building with the intention of enhancing its appearance.
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Accompanist for the afternoon will be Corinne Lord.
An accompanist will be available, but it's OK to use a compact disc, iPod or other musical recording.
Sally Aicheson, the choir's accompanist, is the new assistant musical director.
At the end of the questionnaire there was an additional sheet, where respondents were asked to write a free-form answer to the question: What are my personal expectations of the vocal pedagogue and the accompanist in psychological terms?
In 2009 he joined the accompanists team at the National Eisteddfod for the first time.
Mr Stubbs was also a tutor with Glamorgan Youth Choir, during which time he established a reputation as a competent accompanist.
5) These treatises detail numerous methods for inventive realizations and appropriate support for partners; many gems still applicable to the modern accompanist can be taken from these ancient instructionals.
Soprano Ashley Cunningham and piano accompanist Andrew Luse presented a delightful program of Broadway show tunes.
Synthonia Male Voice Choir is looking for an accompanist to replace Dr Gordon Angus who has worked with the choir for 20 years.
Ballet teacher Kathryn Sullivan says the class accompanist is "another teacher.
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Band and orchestra, trombone, four years; piano accompanist in Middle School Musical, four years; Ski Club; piano lessons.
1) Kaye sings atrociously, but with comic exuberance, and, 2) Corren (playing accompanist Cosmo McMoon) reacts in arch, bitchy horror.