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one who plays a musical instrument

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While Asian musicians have found a place in classical music--and, consequentlly, in audiences--Black and Latinos have not.
He said in the same way kids are swayed by the negative messages of other recording artists, they listen to what he has to say, simply because he's a musician.
Jazzwomen: Conversations With Twenty-One Musicians by Wayne Enstice and Janis Stockhouse Indiana University Press, June 2004 $39.
Fundamentally, the LBW (6) provides encouragement for the weekly celebration of Holy Communion and a greater parish emphasis on Holy Baptism, both of which profoundly affect the nature and leadership of worship by pastors and musicians.
53) The image of the German musician as a gifted and attractive man who knew how to express his feelings became a symbol for Germany's ubiquitous and attractive Kultur.
Ohm strives less to establish theoretical continuity than to demonstrate a web of influences; the liner notes, for example, consist of commentaries on each track written by other musicians.
Trumpeter Roy Campbell is another musician of note producing the music honestly and consistently "in the tradition," as Arthur Blythe probably would say.
Gainesville musician Alyson Carrel says, "Not only were the city and Department of Cultural Affairs unprepared for this type of turnout, but they were unprepared to answer even the basic questions raised.
I was working at Polydor Records in London as a secretary during the day and as a roadie and aspiring musician at night I had befriended an A&R person who saw my band at the time and, unbeknownst to me, had brought Robert Fripp to one of our shows.
There are five chapters about the following topics: the music, the self, the relationship between the musician and the audience, the world and the path.
She breaks Quotable Musician into 30 chapters, and each one deals with a particular topic such as rejection and failure, spirituality, business or the nature of music.
There are so many different styles of jazz that it has been easier to use recorded music--plus we find that for the jazz class, the kids respond to current pop musicians," says Marsden.
The musicians bring the chord back into dissonance, and the camera stops in front of a dark surface.
So I think every African American musician coming up today is politically aware, some more than others.
The help a budding musician gets from a bona fide teacher, however, is quite a different matter and the subject of numerous novels, such as George Du Maurier's Trilby, Robert Starer's The Music Teacher and Robert Tanenbaum's The Piano Teacher: The True Story of a Psychotic Killer.