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Synonyms for cornetist

a musician who plays the trumpet or cornet

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Saxophonist Frankie Trumbauer and cornetist Bix Beiderbecke are notable musicians of this style.
But along the way we also catch glimpses of the greats: cornetist Keppard, bandleader James Reese Europe, saxophonist Sidney Bechet.
Cornetist Bix Beiderbecke, from Davenport, Iowa, grew up far from jazz meccas such as New Orleans or New York City; instead of watching and listening to jazz musicians live, he began his education by listening to the first commercial jazz recordings.
Cornetist Polcer and his jazz all-stars play a Jazz Club of Sarasota concert, at 7:30 p.
The California Ramblers is the band with which Rollini was most associated at the beginning of his career, but most of his recordings were made with various impromptu studio groups, like Red Nichols and his Five Pennies or Miff Mole and his Little Molers (effectively the same band, recording alternately under the names of cornetist Nichols or trombonist Mole).
To readers familiar with Ondaatje's writing, Gunesena's misfortune may recall the torture of Caravaggio, whose thumbs are cut off in The English Patient; or the obsession with fingers expressed by the young gunfighter-poet in The Collected Works of Billy the Kid; or the "[s]uicide of the hands" suffered by jazz cornetist, Buddy Bolden, in Coming Through Slaughter (49).
Tomorrow's day of jazz at The Stables sees John Dankworth with cornetist Digby Fairweather, followed by an amazing concentration of jazz guitar masters, featuring John Etheridge.
INSPIRED by the life of jazz cornetist BB who died in 1931 from alcohol- related problems at the age of 28, Young Man With A Horn (1950) starred Kirk Douglas as trumpet-player Rick Martin.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD - Jazz cornetist, trumpeter and band leader William Richard ``Bill'' Berry died of cancer Wednesday at UCLA Medical Center.
Musicians would come to hear for themselves and invariably be dumbfounded by the virtuosity of the young New Orleans cornetist.
Some of the book's readership have complained about the epigraphs heading each chapter, yet it is precisely the latent discussion of the band vis-a-vis seminal jazz cornetist Charles "Buddy" Bolden that rescues them from irrelevance.
In 1927 a young cornetist led his band into a meticulously hilarious version of a classic composition Jelly Roll Morton had made famous, "Twelfth Street Rag.
Josie's journey takes Place during the equinoctial storm in a series of connected reveries by which she passes her identity back and forth between the potent female figure of Cornella and the figure of the female cornetist.
Moreover, the first major commercializer of jazz, the Original Dixieland Jazz Band (ODJB), was an all-White group led by cornetist Nick La Rocca.