vibist


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vib·ist

 (vī′bĭst)
n.
A person who plays the vibraphone.

vibist

(ˈvaɪbɪst)
n
(Jazz) informal a person who plays a vibraphone in a jazz band or group
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Noun1.vibist - a musician who plays the vibraphonevibist - a musician who plays the vibraphone
instrumentalist, musician, player - someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
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The early '50s West Coast trio with vibist Red Norvo and guitarist Tal Farlow helped usher in the cool jazz movement, and Mingus was part of the landmark 1953 Toronto Massey Hall bebop concert with Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, and Max Roach.
30pm; and the Pascal Schumacher Quartet, led by the vibist, at The Hall at 7.
In "Two Ones", jazz clarinetist Harry Skoler teams up with vibist Ed Saindon to compose and perform original jazz creations, some of which are clarient and piano duets while others are quintet productions with Matt Marvuglio on flute, Barry Smith on bass, and Bob Tamagni on drums.
Oliver brought out Wolf when the orchestra moved into the more traditional swing sections of the show, and the vibist dazzled on Count Basie's "Shiny Stockings," pitching hard-bop patter against the elastic arrangement of the horn section.
he started gigging in Kansas City as a teen, later quitting college to join vibist Gary Burton's band.
His big breakthrough came when he was chosen by the great US vibist Roy Ayers for his legendary band.
We [Naura and vibist Wolfgang Schluter] formed a quintet with bass, drums, piano, guitar and vibes.
Violinist Regina Carter, vibist Gary Burton, percussionist Poncho Sanchez and saxophonist Wayne Shorter will play up a storm at the inaugural Portland Jazz festival next weekend.
Hancock will be joined by three other top jazz musicians - vibist Bobby Hutcherson, drummer Terri Lynne Carrington and Scott Colley on bass.