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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One of the 'portions to remember' this season is 'Eat Bulaga's' 'Music Hero' tilt for solo instrumentalists.
The victorious Hade Edge Band and, inset: David |Smith (left), winner of the Best Instrumentalist prize and, right, musical director Jonathan Beatty (right)
This argument (much like type 2) also has instrumentalist foundations as our concern here is the consequences of X (being autonomous), which is making the right decisions.
Coventry Phoenix Rotary Club is seeking young instrumentalists and vocalists to take part in the Coventry stage of the Rotary Young Musician Competition.
This is where the first major difference lies between the instrumentalist and the vocalist.
Neo-Humean instrumentalist theories of reasons for acting have been presented with a dilemma: either they are normatively trivial and, hence, inadequate as a normative theory or they covertly commit themselves to a non-instrumentalist normative principle.
By carefully charting the activities of mainline black churches and identifying the rise of urban Pentecostalism with a vibrant black rural culture, Sernett exposes the limits of this overdrawn instrumentalist view of black religious history.
The first section of Madame Jazz gives the reader a sense of the complicated network of barriers and prejudices faced by the female instrumentalist.
Other participants examine vocal music for instrumental elements: Frank D'Accone discusses a Sienese publication of 1515 (where musical training as an instrumentalist or a singer seems to make little difference to compositional style), and Jacques Barbier considers onomatopoetic elements in hunting and battle songs (including how to train your hounds by musical signals).
He further explores the economic status of musicians in the fifteenth century, elevating the trade of the instrumentalist to the relatively stable middle class.
David Thornton, Principal Euphonium of B&R was awarded the outstanding Instrumentalist award, a huge achievement considering that over 600 instrumentalists competed in the contest.
Instrumentalist winner Chloe Chung, aged 12, of King Henry VIII School, and vocalist and overall winner, Bradley Gill, aged 16, of Bablake School, were invited to a rotary club meeting to receive their prizes from the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Coventry.