vibraphonist


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vi·bra·phone

 (vī′brə-fōn′)
n.
A percussion instrument similar to a marimba but having metal bars and rotating disks in the resonators to produce a vibrato. Also called vibraharp.

[Latin vibrāre, to shake; see vibrate + -phone.]

vi′bra·phon′ist n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.vibraphonist - a musician who plays the vibraphonevibraphonist - a musician who plays the vibraphone
instrumentalist, musician, player - someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
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For example, Mann albums marked some of the earliest appearances of such luminaries as pianist Chick Corea, bassist Miroslav Vitous, vibraphonist Roy Ayers, and guitarist Sonny Sharrock.
Over the years, the festival has hosted any number of renowned performers both local (Greece-based jazz musician Andreas Georgiou, and talented vibraphonist Greek Christos Raphaelides) and international (Belgian Michael Blass, German group FizFuz, HadarNoiberg from Israel, and Don Barta of the Czech Republic, to name a few).
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During Shasta Middle School's performance of "Over the Rainbow," he asked the guitarist to play his solo softer so the audience also could hear the vibraphonist, who played along with him.
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But my host preferred to query me regarding his eccentric acquaintance, wondering about Linde's skills as a jazz vibraphonist, his grandiose drinking habits, and his collaborations with Marcel Duchamp.
With his work sampled by artists such as Ice Cube and Erykah Badu, jazz vocalist and vibraphonist Roy Ayers has been an inspiration to generations of musicians worldwide.
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On Saturday there is a full programme which ranges from street entertainment to youthful jazz from students at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, from intimate acoustic trios like Andy Sheppard's Trio Libero to dance-friendly funk jazz from vibraphonist Roy Ayers.