lutanist


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Synonyms for lutanist

a musician who plays the lute

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Woolf portrays Addison as "a lutanist," a transparent, benignly timid man whose misogyny stemmed from fear.
But suddenly the lutanist has no place in Henry's new Machiavellian world of naked power politics.
It was the lutanist who recognised him first - and immediately set up a plangent twanging.
The authors' categories include musician, singer, opera performer [ = chorister], ballad singer, whistler, sibilist, instrumentalist, violinist, fiddler, violist, violoncellist, double bass player, bass viol player, flutist, recorder player, piper, fifer, union pipe player, oboist, bassoonist, clarinetist, basset horn player, bagpiper, trumpeter, horn player, trombonist, drummer, kettledrummer, harpsichordist, player on the virginal, organist, pianist, dulcimer player, player on musical glasses, harpist, lutanist, theorbo player, guitarist, mandolin player, jew's harp player, trumpet marine player, bell ringer, handbell ringer, conductor, musical director, opera director, and bandleader.
At the end of the 16th century, the English lutanist and songwriter John Dowland (1563?