Definition of Soloist

1. Noun. A musician who performs a solo.

Generic synonyms: Instrumentalist, Musician, Player
Specialized synonyms: Recitalist
Derivative terms: Solo, Solo, Solo



Definition of Soloist

1. n. One who sings or plays a solo.

Definition of Soloist

1. Noun. A person who performs a solo. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Soloist

1. one that performs a solo [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soloist

solmizate
solmization
solmizations
soln
solo
solo album
solo albums
solo blast
solo concert
solo homer
soloed
soloes
soloing
soloism
soloisms
soloist (current term)
soloistic
soloists
solomon
solomongundy
solon
solonchak
solonchaks
solonets
solonetses
solonetz
solonetzes
solonetzic
solongoite
solonic

Literary usage of Soloist

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

1. Danger Signals for Teachers by Albert Edward Winship (1919)
"THE soloist The honors and emoluments of the world will always go to the soloist and the leader. The teacher can never win the world's applause or receive ..."

2. Who's who in Music in California by Willey Francis Gates (1920)
"5, 1888), where studied piano with Eva Lloyd; voice with Percy Hemus, of NY; soloist First Baptist ch. Removed to Los Angeles, 1909; studied with H. Girard, ..."

3. Who's who in Music in California by Willey Francis Gates (1920)
"5, 1888), where studied piano with Eva Lloyd; voice with Percy Hemus, of NY; soloist First Baptist ch. Removed to Los Angeles, 1909; studied with H. Girard, ..."

4. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1908)
"From this time he frequently appeared at concerts as soloist, quartet-player (violin and viola), and conductor. He quarrelled with the directors of the ..."

5. Choir and Chorus Conducting: A Treatise on the Organization, Management by Frederick William Wodell (1901)
"If, however, the soloist should for any reason indulge in a delivery which would tend to ... The soloist has his rights; he must be given a large measure of ..."

6. Choir and Chorus Conducting: A Treatise on the Organization, Management by Frederick William Wodell (1901)
"If, however, the soloist should for any reason indulge in a delivery which would tend to ... The soloist has his rights; he must be given a large measure of ..."

7. The Art of Accompanying by Algernon H. Lindo (1916)
"If the song means anything to the soloist, it must mean as much to the accompanist. Any little wave of crescendo or diminuendo must happen simultaneously in ..."

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