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act a single performance, usu. by a musician, comedian, or other entertainer, sometimes as part of a larger program of performances. [1/14 definitions]
Albert Schweitzer a French physician, musician, and missionary in Africa (b.1875--d.1965).
audition a trial performance by an actor, musician, or dancer. [1/5 definitions]
booking an engagement for the performance of a musician or other entertainer. [1/2 definitions]
concertize to give solo recitals and concerts, as a musician who tours, performing alone or as a guest artist.
drummer a musician who plays drums. [1/2 definitions]
free lance a person who earns a living as a writer, graphic artist, musician, or the like by taking on a variety of assignments, often completed at home, for a variety of employers. [1/3 definitions]
geisha a Japanese woman who is trained as a dancer, musician, and conversationalist, and who is paid to entertain and provide companionship for men.
harmonist a musician who is expert in harmony. [1/2 definitions]
Leonardo da Vinci an Italian painter, sculptor, engineer, musician, and scientist (b.1452--d.1519).
master class a small class for very advanced students, esp. a class in musical performance taught by a master musician.
minstrel a medieval musician who traveled from place to place, singing songs and reciting verses. [2/3 definitions]
nonmusician combined form of musician.
Orpheus in Greek mythology, a poet and musician whose music moved even lifeless things and who almost brought his wife, Eurydice, back from the dead, but failed because he turned and looked at her before they reached the upper world.
percussionist a musician who plays percussion instruments.
raga any of numerous traditional Hindu melodic patterns, each with specific progressions and rhythms, upon which the musician improvises.
sideman a musician, esp. in a jazz band, who provides backup to a soloist.
treble the musician who performs this part or plays this instrument. [1/7 definitions]
troubadour any wandering musician; minstrel. [1/2 definitions]
vibist a musician who plays the vibraphone.