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  • n. Plural form of flautist.

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Examples

  • Anyhow, 500,000 YouTube viewers can't be wrong, so here is the Rage medley being performed at an actual basketball game, by clarinetists and flautists and trombonists in actual Green Machine uniforms.

    George Mason's band plays Rage, in the stands

  • The hallmarks of an AMC show are breadth of knowledge, imagination and a touch of wit: they put on jazz concerts featuring Bengali flautists alongside Texan guitarists; they unleash Rajasthani dancers in Kensington Gardens; and when Prince Charles turns up to a performance they greet him with a camel.

    In praise of … the Asian Music Circuit | Editorial

  • Shari and fellow flautists receive group lessons from retired band director Bruce Brown and professional flautist Lauren Sileo, a 2002 James Madison High School graduate who attended the Juilliard School.

    Vienna band camp has kept Fairfax County youths in tune for more than 30 years

  • During sectional coaching, Shari and about 13 other middle-school flautists are taught proper posture and fingering for their instruments, to count rhythms and to produce a good sound from their instruments.

    Vienna band camp has kept Fairfax County youths in tune for more than 30 years

  • Are we all EU autists now, and if the Conservatives get into power, is this as useful as a band of one-armed flautists?

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • In the field of wind instruments, one must mention clarinetists Sharon Kam, Avigail Arnheim (b. 1957) and Orit Orbach (b. 1966), oboist Gabriela Bikovsky, trumpeter Ariela Hibovsky and flautists Iris Gofer, Avigail Dolan, Ruth Ron and Ronit Berman.

    Music: Palestine and Israel.

  • Two more flautists, originally from the United States, deserve mention: Wendy Eisler-Kashi and Sharona Tel-Oren.

    Music: Palestine and Israel.

  • Huh? This head-spinning cultural jumbo, this haphazard collage of cultures is standard in Panama: “Hey Jude” at Tocumen Airport, Peruvian flautists playing “Titanic” at an American-style mall teeming with American-style bored teenagers and over-priced watches, pain-stakingly hand-painted portraits of Tupac, Pamela Anderson and Jesus on the side of a school bus originally from Middlebury, MA.

    Welcome, Conquistadors!

  • When I was organizing street art exhibitions in New Paltz years ago, I managed to get a bunch of people [from celloists and flautists to professional djun djun players] to play on the streets downtown.

    One World, Out On the Street

  • She'd never landed higher than fourth chair before there are currently eight flautists, although there were ten at the beginning of the year.

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