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cor·net·ist

also cor·net·tist  (kôr-nĕt′ĭst)
n. Music
One who plays a cornet.

cornetist

(kɔːˈnɛtɪst) or

cornettist

n
(Music, other) a person who plays the cornet

cor•net•ist

or cor•net•tist

(kɔrˈnɛt ɪst)

n.
a musician who plays the cornet.
[1880–85, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cornetist - a musician who plays the trumpet or cornetcornetist - a musician who plays the trumpet or cornet
bugler - someone who plays a bugle
instrumentalist, musician, player - someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
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Alzheimer's Support Group concert, St Bartholomew's Church, Meltham: The Huddersfield group, which raises funds for research into the degenerative brain disease, offers an evening of musical entertainment from virtuoso cornettist Phillip McCann and his accompanist Dr Simon Lindley; soprano Sarah Ogden and baritone Raymond Ellis (accompanied by Sue Ogden); and male harmony group 8-in-Bar.
Cornettist Bruce Dickey is one of a handful of musicians worldwide who have dedicated themselves to reviving the cornetto.
Over the last few years, the line-up has changed somewhat, and the Dene River crew now consists of cornettist Chris Carmel, clarinettist Rod Williams, trombonist Dave Braidley, banjoman Peter Roberts, bassist Keith Prescott and drummer John Nichols.
Organised by festival director Jim Simpson, of Big Bear Records, yet another big name to be taking part is festival patron and award-winning jazz cornettist Digby Fairweather, who will be leading a swing session at StarCity on the festival's opening night.
Organised by festival director Jim Simpson, of Big Bear Records, yet another big name to be taking part is festival patron and awardwinning jazz cornettist Digby Fairweather, who will be leading a swing session at StarCity on the festival's opening night.
When we learned that cornettist Digby Fairweather - bandleader, broadcaster, author and seven times winner of the UK Jazz Awards trumpet poll - would be in the North East on other business, we lost no time in asking him if he would care to join Keith, an old friend.
In the case of cornettist Ruby Braff, however, the present two-disc set does seem genuinely to document both his final live performance and his final recording of any kind.
This welcome return sees the world's leading jazz cornettist team up with regular New York colleague John Wheatley (guitar) and Dave Green (bass).
31) Most significantly, Veronese removed the trombone to its present position--previously the young cornettist had played it, with its long extended slide protruding diagonally right across the line between Christ's face and the hourglass.
Although it's the third series, they still haven't shot that mournful cornettist wailing in the soundtrack - to remind everyone irritatingly that it's all set oop North.
Bassano, a colleague of Giovanni Gabrieli at St Mark's, first as a cornettist and later as director of the basilica's instrumental ensemble during the final years of the sixteenth century, composed music for cori spezzati and wrote two treatises on the art of embellishment.
Especially impressive was the quasi-classical Harry James number Concerto for Trumpet, a florid swing era confection played with brio by principal cornettist Tom Hutchinson.