recorder player


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Noun1.recorder player - someone who plays the recorderrecorder player - someone who plays the recorder  
instrumentalist, musician, player - someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
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Professional recorder player Philip Pickett, 64, told one victim aged 16 to take her top off to help her breathing before assaulting her.
Professional recorder player Philip Pickett, right, 64, from Lyneham, near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, was found guilty at the Old Bailey on February 10 of two rapes and two indecent assaults on his victims between 1979 and 1983.
Professional recorder player Philip Pickett, 64, from Lyneham, near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, was found guilty at the Old Bailey on February 10 of two rapes and two indecent assaults on his victims between 1979 and 1983.
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Recorder player John Turner, clarinettist omas Verity and pianist Ian Buckle will be joined by soprano Clare Wilkinson.
Gay, who is also an avid recorder player, said: "I go to a local class once a week.
A VIRTUOSO recorder player, a renowned scholar, founder of an orchestra and conductor of others in the first rank, the wiry-framed Amsterdam-born Franz Brggen has packed a lot of music into his 70-odd years.
The brilliant recorder player Caren Buse played the graceful obligato solo on treble recorder in the pastoral Domine Deus section and the tones of solo soprano and recorder perfectly matched each other in volume and quality of timbre.
Millie played the first eight notes of When the Saints Go Marching In, and the unseen recorder player replied with the 23 other notes of the melody (which happens to be from an old funeral song).
Church organist Paul Godman will be conducting the concert and will be joined by Leamingtonbased recorder player Louise, who is head of music at Southam College.
With Alan Davis, a recorder player of considerable refinement, and continuo cellist Jean Gubbins (well known to Birmingham concertgoers) they offer an eclectic selection of works with a countryside theme.
Written for treble recorder and strings, the solo will be played by Pamela Thorby, who is regarded as the world's best recorder player.