organist

[ US /ˈɔɹɡənəst/ ]
[ UK /ˈɔːɡɐnˌɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person who plays an organ
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How To Use organist In A Sentence

  • He soon became our church organist and also helped with the church choir.
  • The organist was a slightish man, white-haired, who seemed to hover in the alcove, his back to the audience, wizardly in his very smallness, and he hit the thunder pedal just as a figure on the screen drew back cowering from some danger above, and laughter swept the auditorium. Underworld
  • Thomas Heywood enjoys an outstanding reputation as one of the world's finest concert organists.
  • He is a first-class pianist and organist and has composed music and written and published his own poems.
  • But the organist made his profession clear by explaining that the committee had just invited him to oblige the company with a solo on the piano, but that he had been hitting the champagne so hard that he doubted if he could tell the keys from the pedals, and he added that if they'd excuse him he would go to sleep, which he immediately did with his head on the shoulder of the lady recitationist, who tactfully tried not to notice that he was there. Cinderella And Other Stories
  • She has been the Abbey's main organist since 1995. Colorado Retreat with a Chant Focus
  • I had been invited to sing in a church choir by my friend, the organist's daughter.
  • It is a tradition where instrumentalists apart from organists are apt to seem like a different breed of musician altogether.
  • The church organist may improvise on a ground bass.
  • The Jongleurs must have continued long after their masters were stamped out, for their direct successors are with us to-day, and our hand-organ is the descendant of their fearful and wonderful organistrum. Woman's Work in Music
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