percussionist


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percussionist

Music a person who plays any of several percussion instruments, esp in an orchestra
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Between 10 and 12 percussionists are required to play "Foundry".
Percussionists Owen Gunnell and Olly Cox will present their performance East Meets West at Middlesbrough Town Hall on Monday.
A PAIR of percussionists from Birmingham beat the drum for the city in a special Jubilee performance for the Queen.
In addition to the solo percussionist on the timpani, it also offers opportunities for five other percussionists.
Fourth in the Derby for John Gosden in 2004, Percussionist was bought for 340,000gns by Graham Wylie and sent to Johnson, for whom he beat Sergeant Cecil three lengths in the 2006 Yorkshire Cup.
A violinist might take exception to Rothbrust's claims, but the percussionist's performance was expansive in sound, tone and style.
soprano saxophone performer Daniel Schnyder accompanied percussionist Burhan Ocal in the concert.
The rider is set to partner Howard Johnson's seven-year-old in the two-mile-two-furlong feature before teaming up Percussionist for the same trainer in the Irish Field St Leger on Saturday week.
Cellist Lloyd-Webber Grammy-winning percussionist Glennie w be star attractions at the North Wales International Music Festival.
PERCUSSIONIST kept the Yorkshire Cup in the North yesterday when ploughing a furrow through the Knavesmire mud under Darryll Holland.