Definition of Sideman

1. Noun. (music) A soloist playing with a band or group of which he is not a regular member ¹



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Definition of Sideman

1. a member of a jazz band [n SIDEMEN]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sideman

sideliner
sideliners
sidelines
sideling
sidelining
sideload
sideloaded
sideloading
sideloads
sidelobe
sidelobes
sidelock
sidelocks
sidelong
sidely
sideman (current term)
sidemeat
sidemen
sidemodes
sidenote
sidenotes
sidepath
sidepaths
sidepiece
sidepieces
sideproduct
sidequest
sidequests
sider
sideral

Literary usage of Sideman

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

1. The Early History of Oxford, 727-1100: Preceded by a Sketch of the Mythical by James Parker (1885)
"-The death of Bishop sideman. One of the Abingdon chroniclers (viz. in Claud., c. ix., lol. ... sideman ..."

2. Oxf. Hist. Soc by Oxford Historical Society (1885)
"The death of Bishop sideman. One of the Abingdon chroniclers (viz. in Claud., c. ix., fol. 1216) has practically the same passage, but rather more concisely ..."

3. Cathedral Antiquities: Historical and Descriptive Accounts, with 311 by John Britton (1836)
"On his decease sideman, abbot of St. Peter's, Exeter, was raised to the vacant See, over which he continued to preside till the 2d of ..."

4. Cathedral Antiquities by John Britton (1831)
"On his decease sideman, abbot of St. Peter's, Exeter, was raised to the vacant See, over which he continued to preside till the 2d of the kalends of May, ..."

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