vibist


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Synonyms for vibist

a musician who plays the vibraphone

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(22) Indeed, when vibist Mike Mainieri called Sidran asking to play on the album, he was told it was "just for the 'brothers.'" (By using the word "brother" Sidran is both identifying himself with African Americans and asserting a kind of exclusive ethnic Jewish identity.) He was allowed to participate only when he convinced Sidran that his great-great-great-grandfather was Jewish but had changed his name in the face of prejudice.
Originally from upstate New York, Wainapel studied at Berklee College of Music for two years, during which time he recorded and performed at Carnegie Hall with vibist Gary Burton.
will mix local artists with some visiting performers including Sarah Jane Morris, Jazz Jamaica, jazz vibist Orphy Robionson and tango king Teddy Peiro.