- n. Plural form of musician.
“I think that as professional musicians first and foremost, they are used to the idea of corporations sponsoring gigs, giving them a chance to play (which is what all musicians want) and get paid for it (which is what all * professional musicians* want).”
“But Dave and I found “the pocket,” a term musicians use to describe when a song has a sweet feel and a good groove, and no one can pinpoint exactly why.”
“That's what you call musicians," he announced gravely.”
“Blu 7 is a term musicians used for time," Barela says.”
“Professors and musicians from the world over live, teach and perform here.”
“Chinese pop star Dadawa is behind an ambitious new project, working with musicians from the country's many ethnic minorities.”
“For that reason, it was one of our press contacts that introduced me to the sound of a small group of electro/synthpop musicians from the west of Ireland, thus sparking my musical affair with Dark Room Notes.”
“Your lack of respect for musicians is frightening, and if by chance you are a musician then we are all doomed.”
“The retirement age for "arduous" jobs, including hairdressers, radio announcers and musicians, is 55 for men and 50 for women.”
“And, we know as musicians, music uses all these things like discipline and rigor.”
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