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  • n. Alternative spelling of accompanist.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. a person who provides musical accompaniment (usually on a piano).

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An accompanist.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a person who provides musical accompaniment (usually on a piano)

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Examples

  • Nature had cast this mild-eyed individual for the part of accompanyist in the comedy we call life; a _rĂ´le_ he sometimes varied as now, with the office of _claqueur_, when an uncommonly clever proof of madame's talent for business drew from him this noiseless tribute of applause.

    In and out of Three Normady Inns

  • I've told her she simply must come to Ruan, and bring the best accompanyist she can find.

    The Glimpses of the Moon

  • Since other gentlemen are not more obsequious in gallantry, I hereby tender myself for honour of accompanyist and _vade mecum_.

    Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.

  • Being in comfortable circumstances, highly educated, handsome, attractive, with a mezzo-soprano voice of rare beauty and great skill as a piano-forte accompanyist, she had not only suitors who took her rejection without bitterness, but hosts of friends.

    Mrs. Warren's Daughter A Story of the Woman's Movement

  • Luigi Carlo Zanobe Salvadore Maria Cherubini was born at Florence on September 14, 1700, the son of a harpsichord accompanyist at the Pergola Theatre.

    The Great Italian and French Composers

  • With him as her accompanyist, she sang as she could not sing without his aid.

    Run to Earth A Novel

  • The music, and the audience, and the accompanyist all together were delightful to him.

    Phoebe, Junior

  • Yet poor Clarence was not an accompanyist to be coveted.

    Phoebe, Junior

  • As Fagin stepped softly in, the professional gentleman, running over the keys by way of prelude, occasioned a general cry of order for a song; which having subsided, a young lady proceeded to entertain the company with a ballad in four verses, between each of which the accompanyist played the melody all through, as loud as he could.

    Oliver Twist

  • As Fagin stepped softly in, the professional gentleman, running over the keys by way of prelude, occasioned a general cry of order for a song, which, having subsided, a young lady proceeded to entertain the company with a ballad in four verses, between each of which the accompanyist played the melody all through, as loud as he could.

    Oliver Twist

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