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instrumentalists

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  • noun Plural form of instrumentalist.

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Examples

  • This week's episode features two multi-instrumentalists from the acclaimed Cheap Suit Serenders, Al Dodge and Robert Armstrong.

    Boing Boing

  • The congregation singing it this morning – not the best sound quality and half our instrumentalists were away sick, but sung with feeling:

    The Wings of the Morning « Anglican Samizdat

  • Note Steve Douglas on saxophone (one of Brian's main call instrumentalists in the 60s) and Eugene E. Landy on the titular "metal beach."

    WN.com - Business News

  • Note Steve Douglas on saxophone (one of Brian's main call instrumentalists in the 60s) and Eugene E. Landy on the titular "metal beach."

    WN.com - Business News

  • Note Steve Douglas on saxophone (one of Brian's main call instrumentalists in the 60s) and Eugene E. Landy on the titular "metal beach."

    WN.com - Business News

  • While the orchestra continued to host big-name instrumentalists and singers through last year, the number of concerts with such artists fell.

    Philly.com - Latest Videos

  • He places priority on a theory's power of explaining reality, as opposed to the "instrumentalists" who place the emphasis on a theory's ability to make correct predictions.

    ACM TechNews

  • Other ways to keep things interesting during the ceremony include using instrumentalists and vocalists in lieu of prerecorded music; and printing the text for your programs on a fan with a handle made of bamboo, birch, twig, or Lucite—whichever works best for your ceremony design.

    My Fair Wedding

  • Other ways to keep things interesting during the ceremony include using instrumentalists and vocalists in lieu of prerecorded music; and printing the text for your programs on a fan with a handle made of bamboo, birch, twig, or Lucite—whichever works best for your ceremony design.

    My Fair Wedding

  • The detainees, who included composers, instrumentalists, actors and visual artists, staged productions of "Carmen," "Turandot," "The Bartered Bride" and other operas to piano accompaniment.

    Still, the Music Played On

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