bassoonist


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bas·soon

 (bə-so͞on′, bă-)
n.
A low-pitched woodwind instrument with a double reed, having a long wooden body attached to a U-shaped lateral tube that leads to the mouthpiece. The range of this instrument is typically two octaves lower than that of the oboe.

[French basson, from Italian bassone, augmentative of basso, bass; see basso.]

bas·soon′ist n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bassoonist - a musician who plays the bassoonbassoonist - a musician who plays the bassoon  
instrumentalist, musician, player - someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
Translations

bassoonist

[bəˈsuːnɪst] Nfagot mf, fagotista mf

bassoonist

[bəˈsuːnɪst] nbassoniste mf

bassoonist

nFagottbläser(in) m(f), → Fagottist(in) m(f)
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