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flautist

(US and Canadian), flutist
a player of the flute
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Flautist Millie Stonehouse beat hundreds of other young musicians to claim a place with the National Youth Wind Orchestra.
The Valley Flutes was formed by music teacher Carol Baxter to provide a group which would offer broader opportunities for flautists living in the area.
FLAUTIST Juliette Bausor will be on home territory for one of the highlights of a music festival in Warwickshire next month.
Fischer, himself a flautist, had an obvious rapport with Emily Beynon and the other flautists, Adam Walker and Juliette Hurel.
The event is open to flautists of all abilities and will focus on Egad
Flautist Rupert Widdows quit his job after admitting having underage sex with the teenager.
Each flautist played a movement in turn (leading to some bizarreries when one player had to leave us hanging on a join in order to make way for her successor), with not all of them displaying the confidence of bodylanguage they will surely acquire.
It wasn't the most demanding programme of music but then the audience had come to see the master flautist at work and he gave them exactly what they wanted - superb entertainment.
A TALENTED young flautist has beaten hundreds of young musicians to claim a place with the National Youth Wind Orchestra.
A YOUNG flautist will play for the Queen during the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
FLAUTIST Juliette Bausor returns to her Warwickshire roots on Sunday for two very different concerts.
For flautists (and there were many present, as Sir James soon established), his uniquely resonant, penetrating sound is hypnotically expressive - whether simply powerfully eloquent as in Schubert's Introduction and Variations on Ihr Blmlein, or richer, more vibrato-charged, in Franz Doppler's Hungarian Pastoral Fantasy.