soloist


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so·lo·ist

 (sō′lō-ĭst)
n.
One who performs a solo.

so′lo·is′tic adj.

soloist

(ˈsəʊləʊɪst)
n
(Music, other) a person who performs a solo

so•lo•ist

(ˈsoʊ loʊ ɪst)

n.
a person who performs a solo.
[1860–65]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.soloist - a musician who performs a solosoloist - a musician who performs a solo  
instrumentalist, musician, player - someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
recitalist - a musician who gives recitals
Translations
عازِف او مُمَثِّل مُنْفَرِدمُغَنٌ أَو عَازِفٌ مُنْفَرِد
sólista
solist
solisti
solist
szólista
sólóisti; einsöngvari
ソリスト
독주자
sólista
solist
นักร้องเดี่ยว
nghệ sĩ độc tấu

soloist

[ˈsəʊləʊɪst] Nsolista mf

soloist

[ˈsəʊləʊɪst] nsoliste mf

soloist

nSolist(in) m(f)

soloist

[ˈsəʊləʊɪst] nsolista m/f

solo

(ˈsəuləu) plural ˈsolos noun
something (eg a musical piece for one voice or instrument, a dance or other entertainment) in which only one person takes part. a cello/soprano solo.
adjective
in which only one takes part. a solo flight in an aeroplane.
ˈsoloist noun
a person who plays, sings etc a solo.

soloist

مُغَنٌ أَو عَازِفٌ مُنْفَرِد sólista solist Solist σολίστ solista solisti soliste solist solista ソリスト 독주자 soloïst solist solista solista солист solist นักร้องเดี่ยว solist nghệ sĩ độc tấu 独唱或独奏演员
References in classic literature ?
No howling chorus of mutts such as Kingman used to carry around with him, but a real singer, a soloist. No wonder he wouldn't learn tricks.
"Sentimental soloist, soprano," she answered promptly, remembering Irwin's advice to talk up.
One turn follows another--jugglers, acrobats, rubber-jointed wonders, fire-dancers, coon-song artists, singers, players, female impersonators, sentimental soloists, and so forth and so forth.
4 service on Psalm 29 featured soloist Peggy Bartlein performing "Aquarius" by The 5th Dimension.
Constantinou has been a soloist of the Berlin Opera, Braunschweig Opera and Staatstheater Munich.
The theater management has invited the soloist of the Hamburg State Opera and the Moscow New Opera Theater Alexey Bogdanchikov to perform the role of Figaro, Day.Az reported.
Paganini was himself a violin virtuoso and his famed compositions for the instrument, devised to showcase his own abilities as a soloist, have long been central to the repertoire of aspiring soloists of the European schools.
Of its ranks--aspirant, eleve, corps de ballet, coryphee, grand sujet, soloist and principal--she skipped eleve and grand sujet along the way.
Modlen Alun topped the soloist section and the Eryri federation went on to win the singing competition with victory in the team event.
74, there was so much lyricism in the adagio movement in Joaquin Rodrigo's 'Concierto de Aranjuez' with Aaron Aguila as soloist, while banduria soloist Nikki Zen Obmasca was a big revelation in Paganini's 'Moto Perpetuo.'
She has organized the main body of her text in six chapters devoted to the history of the violin virtuoso profession; early socialization for soloist students; the collaboration of student, parent, and teacher during the first stage of a soloistAEs education; the second stage of soloist education and the potential for career crisis; the third stage of soloist education and the entrance into an adult career; and many other related subjects.