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flau·tist

 (flô′tĭst, flou′-)
n.
One who plays the flute; a flutist.

[Italian flautista, from flauto, flute, from Old Provençal flaüt; see flute.]

flautist

(ˈflɔːtɪst) or

flutist

n
(Music, other) a player of the flute
[C19: from Italian flautista, from flauto flute]

flut•ist

(ˈflu tɪst)

also flautist



n.
a flute player.
[1595–1605]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.flautist - someone who plays the fluteflautist - someone who plays the flute    
instrumentalist, musician, player - someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
Translations
عازِف النّاي
flétnista
fløjtespiller
flautuleikari
fleitininkas
flautists
flautista
flüt sanatçısı. flütçü

flautist

[ˈflɔːtɪst] N (esp Brit) → flautista mf

flautist

[ˈflɔːtɪst] n (mainly British)flûtiste mf

flautist

nFlötist(in) m(f)

flautist

[ˈflɔːtɪst] nflautista m/f

flautist

(ˈfloːtist) (American) flutist (ˈfluːtist) noun
a flute-player.
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She will be just one of eight flautists joining the orchestra - made up of 75 musicians aged 15 to 21.
There was also success for a number of the group's young flautists.
She's now recognised as one the country's most talented young flautists, is principal flute of the Northern Sinfonia and of the London Mozart Players and has a string of awards to her name.
Under the always reliable direction of it principal conductor Thierry Fischer, the BBC National Orchestra of Wales were joined by three superb flautists for a concert that was perfect for a spring evening.
That view is shared by Dr Adrian Hull, director of this splendid event which brought together a dozen of Europe's finest flautists for a weekend devoted to the instrument.
Aspiring Muscat flautists rubbed their musical shoulders with compatriots from London in the concert, which was led by noted flute musician Julie Wright ARCM LGSM.
This time round, this vibrant enterprise has attracted some 85 young flautists from all over the world, as far as New Zealand, Australia, Korea, Mexico and the United States as well as Europe.
Without doubt he is one of the great classical flautists of his era but he has also performed with leading jazz musicians, pop stars and a piece written for him by Elton John collected a Grammy award in 1995.
Millie Stonehouse, 17, a student at Prior Pursglove College in Guisborough, earned a much-coveted place after passing several auditions and will be just one of eight flautists joining the orchestra.
Helen said: "She's one of only six flautists in the orchestra so it was quite an achievement."
YOUNG flautists are being encouraged to take part in a new event designed to unearth musicians of the future.