[ US /əˈkəmpənəst/ ]
[ UK /ɐkˈʌmpɐnˌɪst/ ]
  1. a person who provides musical accompaniment (usually on a piano)
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How To Use accompanist In A Sentence

  • Alan Strachan as director knits the whole show together neatly and Jonathan Cohen on piano is a suitably reticent accompanist.
  • Silverthorne and his accompanist, Jacobson, give dark, richly passionate accounts.
  • He began making recordings under his own name in the mid-'80s - around the time he was diagnosed with HIV - and for the better part of the next two decades, became known as a masterful interpreter and accompanist in his own right. NPR Topics: News
  • Rieger prefers being an accompanist to being a concert pianist.
  • We're in Walton-on-Thames in Surrey where Benedetti lodges with her accompanist and the latter's three young children in a trim cul-de-sac.
  • I work very closely with Thomas Pertel, who is the company's accompanist and répétiteur.
  • Anna, the contralto's step-daughter, was an impressive accompanist who played fluently with great stylistic command.
  • Woolfe is alone on stage, except for a mute accompanist called The Creepy Musician.
  • Again by an oversight the ‘Vocall Musick’ (to which Purcell seems to have acted as accompanist) received no official listing (or payment); they petitioned for arrears in 1693 but the matter was ‘to bee respited till the establishment is altered’. Archive 2009-05-01
  • I said,'Had any more thoughts on Mr Starlight and accompanist ? MR STARLIGHT
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