pianist


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pi·an·ist

 (pē-ăn′ĭst, pē′ə-nĭst)
n.
One who plays the piano.

pianist

(ˈpɪənɪst)
n
(Music, other) a person who plays the piano

pi•an•ist

(piˈæn ɪst, ˈpyæn-, ˈpi ə nɪst)

n.
a person who plays the piano, esp. one who performs expertly or professionally.
[1830–40; < French pianiste < Italian pianista. See piano1, -ist]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pianist - a person who plays the pianopianist - a person who plays the piano  
instrumentalist, musician, player - someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
Translations
عازِف البيانولاعِب البِيَّانو
klavíristapianista
pianist
pianisti
pijanist
zongoristazongoraművész
píanóleikari
ピアニスト
피아니스트
pianistpianistă
klavirista
pianist
pianist
นักเปียโน
nghệ sĩ piano

pianist

[ˈpɪənɪst] Npianista mf

pianist

[ˈpiːənɪst] npianiste m/f

pianist

nKlavierspieler(in) m(f); (= concert pianist)Pianist(in) m(f)

pianist

[ˈpɪənɪst] npianista m/f

piano

(piˈӕnəu) plural piˈanos noun
a large musical instrument played by pressing keys which make hammers strike stretched wires. She plays the piano very well; (also adjective) piano music.
pianist (ˈpiənist) noun
a person who plays the piano.
piˌano-acˈcordion noun
a type of accordion with a keyboard like that of a piano.
pianoforte (piӕnəuˈfoːti) noun
a piano.
grand piano
a large piano in which the wires are stretched horizontally.

pianist

لاعِب البِيَّانو pianista pianist Pianist πιανίστας pianista pianisti pianiste pijanist pianista ピアニスト 피아니스트 pianist pianist pianista pianista пианист pianist นักเปียโน piyanist nghệ sĩ piano 钢琴演奏者
References in classic literature ?
There was only one break in the dreary monotony of that month: when Blind d'Arnault, the Negro pianist, came to town.
A general air of surprise and genuine satisfaction fell upon every one as they saw the pianist enter.
The young woman was unable to answer; she pressed the hand of the pianist convulsively.
This lingering diffidence seemed to give a peculiar value to what was definite and assured in her manner; it made it seem like an accomplishment, a beautiful talent, something that one might compare to an exquisite touch in a pianist.
You don't mind a man being two bars in front of the accompaniment, and easing up in the middle of a line to argue it out with the pianist, and then starting the verse afresh.
Nervous pianist commences prelude over again, and Harris, commencing singing at the same time, dashes off the first two lines of the First Lord's song out of "Pinafore.
And when the fiddler, peering into the front room, remarked to the pianist, "It's Burning Daylight," the waltz-time perceptibly quickened, and the dancers, catching the contagion, began to whirl about as if they really enjoyed it.
The waltz in the back room being finished, the three couples, followed by the fiddler and the pianist and heading for the bar, caught Daylight's eye.
Fyne, who came out into the hall with her hat on; for she was about to go out to hear a new pianist (a girl) in a friend's house.
She was no doubt considerably annoyed at missing the privilege of hearing privately an interesting young pianist (a girl) who, since, had become one of the recognized performers.
The harlequin leapt upon him and hit him over the helmet; the pianist playing "Where did you get that hat?
There was a Madame de Raudon, who certainly had a matinee musicale at Wildbad, accompanied by Herr Spoff, premier pianist to the Hospodar of Wallachia, and my little friend Mr.