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  • noun A player of the marimba.

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Examples

  • Ferguson, clarinetist Brent Besner, and marimbist Nick Tolle gave clean, collected performances of esprit rude/esprit doux I and II, dovetailed together, and here the conversation was even more voluble.

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  • Ferguson, clarinetist Brent Besner, and marimbist Nick Tolle gave clean, collected performances of esprit rude/esprit doux I and II, dovetailed together, and here the conversation was even more voluble.

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  • They range from pianists and violinists to bassists and even a marimbist.

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  • They range from pianists and violinists to bassists and even a marimbist.

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  • They range from pianists and violinists to bassists and even a marimbist.

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  • They range from pianists and violinists to bassists and even a marimbist.

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  • Osvaldo Golijov's Mariel from 1999 for cello and marimba, an arresting work that floats and shimmers and sighs and dances -- Maya Beiser was the fine cellist, Tomoya Aomori the effortless marimbist.

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  • "Of course we were unsure of how well we'd do, but we had a great product and mix of great players including the harpist, Drew Cryer," marimbist Rebecca Shirsat said.

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  • "Of course we were unsure of how well we'd do, but we had a great product and mix of great players including the harpist, Drew Cryer," marimbist Rebecca Shirsat said.

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  • "Of course we were unsure of how well we'd do, but we had a great product and mix of great players including the harpist, Drew Cryer," marimbist Rebecca Shirsat said.

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