musicker

musicker

(ˈmjuːzɪkə)
n
a musician
References in classic literature ?
All this while the little fat musicker was breathing the notes:
This praise seemed to please the little fat musicker, for he swelled out his chest, looked important and sang as follows:
"I like it," said Button-Bright, who was staring hard at the musicker, his little legs spread wide apart.
Toto did not like the fat musicker and made a grab for his chubby leg.
You've given me an idea, Button-Bright; I believe the musicker must have swallowed an accordeon in his youth."
How do factors like gender, ethnicity, geography, wealth or poverty, bodily ability or disability haunt the space around music and musicker (performer, listener, composer)?
Thus these essays inform readers not only through their discoveries but also by their processes and logic; their new insights create a bridge between ancient and modern musickers.
Singing of musickers as literacies learners: Storylines of becoming, (doctoral thesis), The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland.
Likewise Batt-Rawden's Music as participation and reconnection with "self' or "others " study might be claimed as music therapy but here, its conceptualisation and analysis is firmly located in the idea that connecting and social recovery is located with the collective product of the "musickers" (p.76).
In contrast to those of Hobsbawm, they were always coloured by Thompson's sense of place, his immersion in manuscript and unpublished material, and his blending of published antiquarian, folkioric, and other texts with primary sources.(14) I will never forget Thompson's 1988 lecture on charivaris and rough music at Queen's University, in Kingston, Ontario, where he began his talk with lengthy reference to the first Kingston bylaw passed to cu rb the proliferation of crowds of discordant musickers in the 1830s and 1840s, a document he had unearthed on his own, by making a trek to the local archive.
Das Princer vas getossen ein grosser Dancein mit musickers und costumen.
In a way, the mix of women's musical creativity and women's musical history presented in the pages of AWC News might be thought of as constructing an identity (a subject position) within which women could function as musickers, as though "woman musician" were an ethnicity.