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[ US /ˌɪnstɹəˈmɛnəɫɪst, ˌɪnstɹəˈmɛntəɫɪst/ ]
[ UK /ˌɪnstɹəmˈɛntəlˌɪst/ ]
  1. someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
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How To Use instrumentalist In A Sentence

  • That he is a superior instrumentalist, a thoughtful musician, a questing spirit, and a great charmer, no one doubts.
  • Is it any wonder that the stereotype of choral singers is that we have less musical skill than instrumentalists?
  • It is a tradition where instrumentalists apart from organists are apt to seem like a different breed of musician altogether.
  • This does not diminish the lifetime achievements of a legendary lyricist, song stylist, or magnificent instrumentalist.
  • Training in different genres, and an ability to play -- and improvise -- nonclassical music makes an instrumentalist more employable. Classical Musicians Learn to Improvise
  • Unlike the empiricist, the instrumentalist does not maintain that the only valid concepts are those reducible to sense data.
  • And it's taken the flamboyant, folktronica multi-instrumentalist three albums for people to sit up and notice. The Sun
  • Utilitarian, functional and instrumentalist ideas started to reshape the curriculum.
  • So when we ask people to greet one another or share during ministry time, we have our instrumentalists play softly in the background. Christianity Today
  • Vassilev is also the founder and leader of Laureate, an exclusive string ensemble made up of international prize-winning string instrumentalists.
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