saxist

NOUN
  1. a musician who plays the saxophone
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  • This series of 11 improvised duets with Toronto saxist Brodie West is a rambunctious pleasure.
  • But late in this Grammy-nominated singer's 40-year career, she has found perhaps the most compatible setting of her life in a sublime trio with young Italian pianist Glauco Venier and German soprano saxist and bass clarinettist Klaus Gesing. This week's new live music
  • But late in this Grammy-nominated singer's 40-year career, she has found perhaps the most compatible setting of her life in a sublime trio with young Italian pianist Glauco Venier and German soprano saxist and bass clarinettist Klaus Gesing. This week's new live music
  • Montreal saxist Miller reaches into the collective subconscious for inspiration on his third album.
  • Pianist and composer Dave Brubeck showed how a labyrinthine instrumental jazz could still storm the pop charts in the 1950s and 60s – and his musician sons Darius, Chris and Dan, augmented by British saxist Dave O'Higgins, are shrewd rekindlers of the old magic that produced hits like Take Five, while adding some personal enthusiasms. This week's new live music
  • B.J., Andy, and Joe would play their guitars, Alex would be our saxist, Chelsea would be the keyboardist, and you and I would be the lead singers.
  • This is the follow up to the American swing-tenorist Scott Hamilton and British multi-saxist Alan Barnes's Zootcase. Scott Hamilton/Alan Barnes: Hi-Ya
  • Our erstwhile ska hardliners are now essentially a four-piece, with saxist Lorraine front and centre handling vocal duty.
  • This is the follow up to the American swing-tenorist Scott Hamilton and British multi-saxist Alan Barnes's Zootcase. Scott Hamilton/Alan Barnes: Hi-Ya
  • The first full set had been by another tenor-bass-drums trio, starring saxist Sabir Mateen, who played in a much more meandering, roundabout way —he seemed to be coming at you from the sides, as distinct from Mr. Malaby's full frontal attack. A Last Weekend of Virtuosos and Visionaries
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