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ex·ec·u·tant

 (ĭg-zĕk′yə-tənt)
n.
One who performs or carries out, especially a skilled performer: The dancer is the choreographer's executant.

executant

(ɪɡˈzɛkjʊtənt)
n
a performer, esp of musical works

ex•ec•u•tant

(ɪgˈzɛk yə tənt)

n.
a person who executes or performs, esp. musically.
[1855–60; < French exécutant]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.executant - a performer (usually of musical works)
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
performer, performing artist - an entertainer who performs a dramatic or musical work for an audience
Translations

executant

[ɪgˈzekjʊtənt] Nejecutante mf

executant

nAusführende(r) mf
References in classic literature ?
Invent a piano which will respond as delicately to the turning of a handle as our present ones do to the pressure of the fingers, and the acrobats will be driven back to their carpets and trapezes, because the sole faculty necessary to the executant musician will be the musical faculty, and no other will enable him to obtain a hearing.
This threat requires a return to fighting terror, its executants, its facilitators and its planners wherever they may be using all resources available to the state.
Et bien au meilleur des cas, pour les plus talentueux d'entre eux, ce sont de parfaits executants de la politique du chef, au pire ils font de l'agitation, sur des dossiers mineurs parfois, pour echapper a l'ire d'un patron qui a le sabre facile.
In the book's introduction, Henson sets out the methodology for her study, noting that "by the late nineteenth century singers were no longer creators but rather intermediaries, executants, faithful (or disloyal) interpreters" (p.
It can be realized through interviews with the deciders and the executants, documents examination, the products quality, noticing the specific activities for projection and production, the conditions of production activity.
The executants ability to maintain an optimal execution speed (the maximum speed doesn't always assure success) is called speed sense, correlated, to a large extent, to the sense of rhythm and tempo" (Dragnea, Bota, 1999, pag.
beaucoup moins que]Il s'agit d'un pas determinant vers la negociation collective, qui aidera les artistes-interpretes et executants a sortir enfin de la precarite, a beneficier de prestations sociales et, tout simplement, a envisager sans crainte de faire de leur art leur metier.
beaucoup moins que] Tout sera fait pour que les organisateurs et les executants de ce crime lache et cynique recoivent le chatiment qu'ils meritent [beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-il affirme.
La veuve de Brahmi, appelle, en outre, a devoiler les parties qui ont commandite et finance l'assassinat de son mari, et considere que l'arrestation des executants, manipules, est d'une moindre importance.
Then, either the details of the transaction is written on the paper or a blank stamp paper is affixed to the agreement documents and signed by the executants, indicating that the stamp paper is an integral part of the documentation.
Mobile applications will grow in importance for the training and qualification executants that if they have something not clear are trained accessing lesson by phone.
As she writes, "This is the spirit in which this work cautiously mixes, if I dare say, drop by drop, into the study of the keyboard and to the development of the muscular mechanism, theoretical notions the knowledge of which is indispensable to all careful executants in acquiring a rational 'craft.