Definition of Cornist. Meaning of Cornist. Synonyms of Cornist

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Definition of Cornist

Cornist
Cornist Cor"nist, n. A performer on the cornet or horn.

Meaning of Cornist from wikipedia

- Cornist Hall is a large house 1 mile (1.6 km) west-southwest of the town of Flint, Flintshire, Wales. It was the birthplace in 1746 of Thomas Totty, an...
- Ysgol Maes Hyfryd. Primary schools in Flint include the Gwynedd School, Cornist Park School, Ysgol Croes Atti (Welsh medium), St Mary's Catholic Primary...
- temperament she was able to conceal it to some extent. She was married to a cornist by the name of Méric, and added his name to hers. She died at Chantilly...
- born M****ille to Italian parents from Piedmont. He trained first as a cornist, and later as an actor. He made his debut at the Odéon theatre in Paris...
- He inherited a large farmhouse in the town of Flint which later became Cornist Hall, from his mother's side. His father was an ironmonger and mine owner...
- the Comex company Joseph Meifred - Compiègne-Châlons-en-Champagne, 1801: cornist, pedagogue, horn designer; studied at the Paris Conservatory; based the...
- Brookfield Primary School Broughton Primary School Brynford Primary School Cornist Park School Bryn Deva Primary School Derwen Primary School Drury Primary...
- 2020 Hubbard 1991, pp. 147–148, 254. Hubbard 1986, pp. 351–352. Cornist Hall, Cornist Hall, archived from the original on 27 January 2010, retrieved 2...
- Moreton. For services to Campanology. Margaret, Mrs Morgan, Headteacher, Cornist Park County Primary School, Flint. For services to Education. Raymond Stanley...
- Cadwallader Blayney Trevor-Roper, of Plas Teg 4 February 1814: Roger Ellis, of Cornist 13 February 1815: Sir Richard Brooke, 6th Baronet, of Hope Hall 17 March...