- percussion + -ist (Wiktionary)
“Nance remembers one particular night when another percussionist was a little off the groove.”
“Irving performed with a bassist, a bongo player and a "percussionist" who mostly just banged a couple of drumsticks together, but hey, who were we to kvetch?”
“Tour: Rockapella rolls through Korea CONCERT Rockapella: This five-man group, which performs a cappella but with a vocal "percussionist," got its break at home in the U.S. from TV ads for coffee and the theme song to a popular TV show for kids.”
“And then there was blissed-out, autistic Hambone, our "percussionist" who whacked things together, more-or-less on the beat.”
“Young talents such as percussionist Calixto Oviedo, who backed all sorts of touring stars from James Brown to Sting, wanted to sign on.”
“Others, such as percussionist Calixto Oviedo, have backed international stars from”
“His new sextet reflects that credo; trumpeter Michael Rodriguez, pianist Osmany Paredes and percussionist Luisito Quintero have also played on Mr. Bona's recordings.”
“His name was Hofesh Shechter, and he had trained as a dancer in Jerusalem and as a percussionist in Tel Aviv and Paris.”
“Earlier in the week's celebration, percussionist Ricky Gordon brought onto the stage an enormous blue bell—an unusual part of the percussion kit if ever there was one.”
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