Definition of Percussionists

1. Noun. (plural of percussionist) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Percussionists

1. percussionist [n] - See also: percussionist

Lexicographical Neighbors of Percussionists

percontative
percontatorial
percurrent
percursory
percuss
percussed
percusses
percussing
percussion
percussion cap
percussion section
percussion sound
percussion wave
percussionist
percussionists (current term)
percussions
percussive
percussive instrument
percussive maintenance
percussively
percussiveness
percussor
percussors
percutaneous
percutaneous absorption
percutaneous cholangiography
percutaneous nephrostomy
percutaneous stimulation
percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography

Literary usage of Percussionists

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

1. C3I: Issues of Command and Control edited by Thomas P. Coakley (1991)
"You've got all these violin players, you've got all the percussionists and so on. Who is the orchestra leader? You don't need everybody to be capable of ..."

2. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1832)
"And now the few remaining anti-percussionists (of which number he was one) might have received a practical lesson. At them he pulled both barrels, ..."

3. Toronto by Jennifer McMorran, Alain Rondeau (2002)
"The crowning event of the festival, the two-day Toronto International Pow Wow brings hundreds of Aboriginal dancers, singers and percussionists from across ..."

4. Man's Birthright: Or, The Higher Law of Property by Edward Hewes Gordon Clark, David Reeves Smith (1885)
"The Fenian percussionists are, perhaps, past the reach of suggestion ; but it will be well to halt in the exploding of dynamite until somebody is altogether ..."

5. Brazil by Anton Jakob, Fernanda Cordoeiro, Claus Jäke (1999)
"One of the world's outstanding percussionists. Nana Vasconcelos. rose to international fame playing the ..."

6. Jazz on Film and Video in the Library of Congress by Rebecca D. Clear (1994)
"Black Indian percussionists use their music in mock battle to ritualize and vent intense feelings, while a gospel group, the Zion Harmonizers, sublimate in ..."

7. Rebel Bookseller: How To Improvise Your Own Indie STore And Beat Back The Chains by Andrew Laties (2005)
"Dance/Percussion Workshop Series Judy Zartman, a staff member who is a dancer, has worked with several professional percussionists to present movement ..."

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