Definition of Cembalists

1. cembalist [n] - See also: cembalist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cembalists

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celotexes
celotomies
celotomy
celozoic
cels
celsian
celtic crosses
celticist
celticists
celtium
celts
celtuce
cembali
cembalist
cembalists (current term)
cembalo
cembalos
cembra
cembra nut
cembra nut tree
cembras
cembrene A
cement
cement base
cement board
cement boards
cement corpuscle
cement line
cement mixer

Literary usage of Cembalists

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Evolution of the Art of Music by Charles Hubert Hastings Parry (1906)
"Where they had been satisfied with a single line and figures to indicate to the lute players and cembalists the chords they were to use, ..."

2. The Story of Organ Music by C[harles] F[rancis] Abdy Williams (1905)
"Organists and cembalists were frequently obliged to play from score (partitura), or to reduce the parts to tablature—ie, notation on two staves. ..."

3. The History of Music: A Handbook and Guide for Students by Waldo Selden Pratt (1907)
"In the i7th, also, accomplished clavichord- ists and harpsichordists or cembalists became notable, followed in the later 18th by pianists. ..."

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