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  • noun

Synonyms for cornetist

a musician who plays the trumpet or cornet

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However, Rollini's claim on immortality rests above all on a handful of recordings made in October 1927 with the great cornetist Bix Beiderbecke.
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.
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.
The festival, in its tenth year, began with Marsden Silver Prize Band conductor Glyn Williams performing a concert with guest soloist, Black Dyke's principal cornetist, Richard Marshall.
In his quiet and unassuming way, Denver-area trumpeter, cornetist, and composer Ron Miles has always been something of a jazz maverick.
Later on Saturday there were enjoyable sets from Gordon Whitworth's band which paid tribute to the legendary cornetist Bix Beiderbecke, and West Rhythm Kings who benefited in no small way from the presence of Keith Nichols guesting on piano.
Among the honor roll he calls are drummer Paul Barbarin, clarinetist Alphonse Picou, trombonist Kid Ory and (always) cornetist Joe Oliver.
But a young man who listened very closely to their records, and in particular to the playing of their leader and cornetist Nick La Rocca, went on to achieve a more permanent place in the annals of popular music, despite the fact that his creative career was finished well before his drink-related death at the age of 28.
and cornetist Jim Cullum, owner of The Landing Jazz Club in San Antonio.
Traditional Jazz Society of Oregon - Cornetist Bert Barr will be the featured guest musician when the Traditional Jazz Society of Oregon meets at 1 p.