percussionist


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percussionist

Music a person who plays any of several percussion instruments, esp in an orchestra
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based ensemble - whose musicians include percussionists, horn players, a turntablist and a rapper - has been surprising audiences with its multicultural musical styles and socially conscious lyrics for nearly a decade.
Efe Bes, a percussionist, claims that he is powered by his ancestors.
The Blue Riband may have been lost, but another tilt at Classic glory is on the cards for Percussionist because John Gosden intimated that a St Leger build-up is likely to be planned for a colt who, in the words of a proud trainer, "ran a great race".
Kilbert is among 11 horn players, percussionists and others from Canyon, Saugus and Hart high schools who made this year's Pasadena City College Honor Band.
Percussionist is a son of Sadler's Wells, the pre-eminent sire who was also bred by Sangster.
ODC Theater's newly appointed director, Lizz Roman, said, "You can't soundproof against bass," and local percussionist Shamou, who holds workshops and performs at ODC, proved her point by playing his drum both inside and outside the commission room doors.
Jamie is from Tulsa, and his list of accomplishments include percussionist on eleven Eric Clapton albums," Williams continues, "as well as performing with Bob Segar, on his 'Silver Bullet Tour' He also performed on Peter Frampton's 'Where I Should Be' album and toured with Frampton (another Tulsa native) for six years.
THE famous silks of the late Robert Sangster are set to grace Epsom again after Percussionist drummed some relevance into the season's Derby trials with an emphatic win at Lingfield yesterday.
Unfortunately, Reed chose to lead a band that employed electronic drums, and the overall effect would've been far more potent had a conventional percussionist been present.
While it is unlikely that Percussionist will prove himself an equine athlete of similar historic significance, his time performance in yesterday's Gallagher Group Derby Trial was underpinned by a similar principle.
Baobab offers a revolving-door policy regarding lead singers, with Balla Sabide taking the lion's share and percussionist Rudy Gomis lending an occasional hand.
Performers include: Joanne Polk, Cathy Campbell, Christina Kiss, Andre Liigand, Karen Littlefield and Bob Rodriguez, pianists; Sarah Carter, Peter Sanders, Darly Goldberg, cellists; Basia Danilow, violinist; John Littlefield, flutist; Nilson Matta, bassist; Ed Uribe, percussionist.