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Synonyms for trumpeter

a musician who plays the trumpet or cornet

(formal) a person who announces important news


large gregarious crane-like bird of the forests of South America having glossy black plumage and a loud prolonged cry

large pure white wild swan of western North America having a sonorous cry

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For his gig in Huddersfield on Saturday, September 12, Bruce, who also plays the trumpeter Adams flugelhorn, will be accompanied by the Andy Cholerton Trio, comprising Andy, one of the North's most respected jazz pianists, bass player Steve Berry and drummer Caroline Boaden.
Other performers include Cuban-born trumpeter Arturo Sandoval, the band Snarky Puppy, composer and orchestra leader Maria Schneider and 11-year old Indonesian piano prodigy Joey Alexander.
Can't mistake the call," said the Trumpeter tall, "When my trumpet goes a-speakin'.
Mayor of South Tyneside, Coun Fay Cunningham, said: "While we recognise that Tommy the Trumpeter is a hard act to follow, this is a new era for the Summer Festival.
For 23 of those years, he was a saxophone player in the Indian government band and in 2003 began working as a trumpeter in Bahrain Police Band.
In the meantime, next Thursday's more imminent Midland gig features the trumpeter leading a trio, but the big advantage is that entrance is free, as part of the regular foyer 5pm sets at the Bramall Music Building at the University Of Birmingham.
The project "Illusions" by Ibrahim Maalouf, a Paris trumpeter of Lebanese descent, and his 8-member band were part of the program as well.
Trumpeter and composer Reuben Fowler, born in Wakefield, educated at the Royal Academy in London, has not only assembled a fine large band of young players (it includes Percy Pursglove from Birmingham), he has also attracted some special guests - US trumpeter Tom Harrell, saxophonist Stan Sulzmann and vibes player Jim Hart - and has Guy Barker to conduct the whole thing.
Tommy the Trumpeter, who has been entertaining audiences since the late 1980s, will be hanging up his hat later this summer following one final series of children's parties as part of the South Tyneside Summer Festival 2013.
Last stop, Carnegie Hall; New York Philharmonic trumpeter William Vacchiano.
Kevin Vogeli capitalised on two goalkeeping errors by Neil Page to seize the early initiative but the introduction of second half substitute Ryan Trumpeter changed the game.
The sixth character, the trumpeter Andrew Lammie, has until now been known only from the ballad and its accompanying traditions.
American bassist Janisch was joined by Scots drummer Andrew Bain, pianist Steve Hamilton and Canadian trumpeter Jay Phelps for a driving set of original compositions and standards.
Specifically, the Audubon Society award recognized the Consumers Energy Hydro Generation Department's successful reintroduction of native trumpeter swans near its hydroelectric generating dams along the Au Sable River.
Since 1999, more than 2,100 trumpeter swans in northwest Washington and southwest British Columbia have died--about 15 percent of the birds that winter in this region.