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impressionist in Music topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimpressionistim‧pres‧sion‧ist /ɪmˈpreʃənɪst/ noun [countable]  1 IMITATEsomeone who copies the speech or behaviour of famous people in order to entertain other people2 Impressionist
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impressionistThe superstitious 35-year-old singer and impressionist was remanded on bail in his absence charged with affray.Topping the bill will be comedy impressionist Al Meechie.Saez is a gifted impressionist, conjuring a flickering illusion of other places and cultures.The exhibition put to rest some of the myths surrounding impressionist paintings.As a boy I liked the impressionists, but I soon turned away from them.Sennelier is also noted for his profound knowledge of the impressionists and the birth of modernism.They were impressionist paintings, glowing colours that swirled into form.