Definition of Lutist. Meaning of Lutist. Synonyms of Lutist

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Definition of Lutist

Lutist
Lutist Lut"ist, n. One who plays on a lute.

Meaning of Lutist from wikipedia

- relatively quiet sound. The player of a lute is called a lutenist, lutanist or lutist, and a maker of lutes (or any similar string instrument, or violin family...
- (1949 – 10 February 2014) was a Slovenian singer-songwriter, guitarist, lutist, and poet. He was born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, then part of the Socialist...
- Benfey Sanskrit-English Dictionary...Vaiṇika (वैणिक).—i. e. vīṇā + ika, m. A lutist. A Madhavan (2016). Siyuan Liu (ed.). Routledge Handbook of Asian Theatre...
- Maurice Béjart for his ballet Thal****a Mare Nostrum and with Gabriel Yared as lutist for Costa Gavras’ film Hanna K.. After a period back in Tunisia in the late...
- pieces. Typically, this would be a harpsichord player, a pipe organist, or a lutist or theorbo player. A keyboard player could lead the ensemble with his or...
- The Lute Player (c. 1600) by Caravaggio. The lutist reads madrigal music by the composer Jacques Arcadelt. (Hermitage, Saint Petersburg)...
- Company's narrator refers to the ‘old lutist cause of Dante's first quarter-smile’ and wonders if the old lutist has made it to Paradise by now. At the...
- of watching Marvin's films. He released three collaborative albums with lutist Jozef van Wissem, Concerning the Entrance into Eternity (Important Records)...
- definition for musicians and composers at the end of 1400 – is the singing lutist whose description and historical representation are deeply rooted in the...
- marble figurines from the Aegean islands of Delos and Keros including the Lutist. These mysterious human representations, which resemble modern art and inspired...