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  • n. Plural form of musician.


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  • 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.

    Live and Let Love

  • "That's what you call musicians," he announced gravely.


  • "Blu 7 is a term musicians used for time," Barela says.

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

  • Professors and musicians from the world over live, teach and perform here.

    Page 2

  • Chinese pop star Dadawa is behind an ambitious new project, working with musicians from the country's many ethnic minorities.

    Master Of The Leaf: Preserving China's Music

  • 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.

    Band Spotlight: Irish Electro-Rock/Synthpop Band Dark Room Notes | Fandomania

  • Your lack of respect for musicians is frightening, and if by chance you are a musician then we are all doomed.

    In the ballpark

  • The retirement age for "arduous" jobs, including hairdressers, radio announcers and musicians, is 55 for men and 50 for women.

    Revolt of the Accountants

  • And, we know as musicians, music uses all these things like discipline and rigor.

    Helping Soldiers Cope With Trauma

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