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cellist

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Music
cellistcel‧list /ˈtʃelɪst/ noun [countable]  APMsomeone who plays the cello
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cellistHer two brothers are both cellists with well-known symphony orchestras.He was bright and articulate, the son of a successful doctor and a concert cellist.Only a great cellist can convey the lyricism of this music as Starker does.Paul Tortelier was a great cellist and it is good to hear his 1960 recordings of the six solo Bach Suites.San Diego Symphony cellist Ron Robboy.The appeal is supported by notable musicians like the cellist Julian Lloyd-Webber.The cellist took up his bow, and drew across his instrument a few subdued notes of Bach.
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