saxophonist

[ UK /sæksˈɒfənˌɪst/ ]
[ US /ˈsæksəˌfoʊnɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a musician who plays the saxophone
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  • The jazz pianist and saxophonist lead the band in performances of new compositions. Times, Sunday Times
  • Trible himself is a jazz singer little-known outside a small circle of initiates, although his career has included work with the likes of vibist Bobby Hutcherson and saxophonists Pharaoh Sanders and Charles Lloyd.
  • - Alto saxophonist "Sweet Poppa" Lou Donaldson, known as a bebopper, performs his signature combination of bebop and funky soul that only his particular career path could have produced. BroadwayWorld.com Featured Content
  • It's still rock 'n' roll," Lacombe says, but will include special guests such as accordionist Cory Pesaturo and possibly former Morphine saxophonist Dana Colley. Projo.com Projo Local News
  • It's a shame that, unlike Strauss, he didn't accept Durham University's offer, but he is still a former St Paul's Cathedral chorister, saxophonist, pianist and now part-time lamber (at the farm of his girlfriend's family). Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph
  • Bands of that era also featured great pianists, bassists, trumpeters, flautists, violinists, and occasional saxophonists.
  • The textbook line is that contemporary European jazzers found their own identity apart from the American motherlode in a severe "free" atonalism (saxophonist Evan Parker, guitarist Derek Bailey), and in a lyrical if sometimes chilly meld of classical tones and (white people's) folk motifs (a lot of what you hear on the influential German label, ECM). Jazzers Solal, Gustavsen Shine In Age of Really Good Pianists
  • He hit the road as a tenor saxophonist and clarinettist with the Henry Jerome Swing Band.
  • The saxophonist and bandleader tours a strong line-up. Times, Sunday Times
  • If I were assembling an all-star touring band called "The Monsters of Jazz," the first guy I'd call would be James Carter: At 42, the saxophonist has chops, technique, concepts and energy enough to justify several definitions of the term "monstrous. Classic Keys, Vital Organs
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