Definition of Recitalists

1. Noun. (plural of recitalist) ¹



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Definition of Recitalists

1. recitalist [n] - See also: recitalist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recitalists

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Literary usage of Recitalists

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1. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians: Being the Sixth Volume of the by George Grove, Waldo Selden Pratt, Charles Newell Boyd (1920)
"recitalists make tours like pianists and violinists. Special recent developments are the frequent installation of large instruments in hotels, in fraternal ..."

2. Music: Devoted to the Art, Science, Technic and Literature of Music (1897)
"... and a similar inference might be drawn from the jumbled programs of recitalists. Let Bach sometimes be heard by himself, let an hour be given up to him, ..."

3. A Primer of Organ Registration by Gordon Balch Nevin (1920)
"This instrument was formally opened on November 2, 1863, by a notable group of recitalists, including BJ Lang, John K. Paine and Eugene Thayer. ..."

4. The Musical World (1888)
"TO ORGAN recitalists. INTRODUCTION, VARIATIONS, & FINALE FUGHETTA On the Hymn-tune ALFRED OAKE, LRAM, ACO, Organist, Parish Church, Folkestone. ..."

5. Well-known Piano Solos, how to Play Them by Charles W. Wilkinson, Edward Ellsworth Hipsher (1915)
"On returning home Handel, it is said, made out of it this Air and Variations. recitalists know the relief which such music gives to a program. ..."

6. The Appreciation of Music Series, Vol. IV: Music as a Humanity, and Other Essays by Daniel Gregory Mason (1921)
"... provided, and only provided, he familiarizes himself with the real thing as it may be heard from the great recitalists, and in a measure from much less ..."

7. French Organ Music Past and Present by Harvey Grace (1919)
"When our leading recitalists give the best movements frequent performance, Widor will take an even higher place among modern composers than he occupies at ..."

8. The New Music Review and Church Music Review by American Guild of Organists (1906)
"recitalists will find Mr. Fletcher's two pieces give them a great deal of effect with very little trouble. The Toccata consists of a simple theme played in ..."

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