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  • noun Plural form of accompanyist.


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  • The boy had so carried away his accompanyists, the band of the Italian opera at Paris, by his performance of the solo in an orchestral piece, that when the moment came for them to strike in, one and all forgot to do so, but remained silent, petrified with amazement.

    Famous Women: George Sand

  • It doesn't hurt that her accompanyists include Oliver Nelson, Joe Newman and Phil Woods.

    There Stands the Glass


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