How to use Organist in a sentence

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  • After the service he asked Mr. Warren, the organist to play for me.

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  • Sebastian Bach, who was organist here.

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  • He spent his early years as a teacher and a village organist.

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  • He had wanted to be a church chorister, or church organist.

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  • The kind of organist joey de in what was.

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  • The organ is endowed with £ 1000., three per cent consols, for defraying the salary of the organist, Mr. Thos.

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  • During the ceremony, the Conservatoire will also confer an Honorary doctorate on city organist Thomas Trotter.

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  • He received 400 guilders, more than triple his organist's annual salary.

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  • He is a pianist, organist, and viola player, and teaches piano improvisation.

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  • In 1889 Elgar gave up the post of organist, after which he would compose but little more music for the catholic liturgy.

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  • First he went to Rome; then he became organist to a community of English Benedictine nuns in Brussels.

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  • In 1843 William Henry Elgar, the composer's father was appointed organist.

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  • In 1766 he became an organist at the Octagon Chapel in Bath.

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  • They played in Atlantic City where Hank first heard the jazz organist Jimmy Smith.

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  • There was one piece I heard that I really liked - I asked the organist what it was and I've now forgotton.

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  • In his spare time, Graham is an accomplished organist.

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  • Scott Farrell has been appointed assistant organist to the cathedral in Ipswich.

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  • John Smallwood publicized the organ recital that evening by the internationally renowned theater organist David Lowe.

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  • The organ was played to good effect by cathedral organist Andrew Millington.

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  • She has been the church organist for 10 years.

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  • Jennifer Bate is a concert organist who is known for her use of great ' color ' on the organ.

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  • Later, the organist from nearby St. John's Church became cinema organist.

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  • There are times when a piano or guitar is more suitable but try telling that to a resident organist!

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  • The ideal parish organist comes somewhere between the two.

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  • If you bring in another organist it is usual to pay the resident organist's fee.

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  • Together with these comes a selection of chorale preludes - part of the everyday working material of a Lutheran organist.

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  • Organist joey de when you see an insistent waterfall Go With Jo Tours & Travels big money never.

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  • An organist, instead of transposing a whole ton g down from the Cammerton, would for the tertia minore have to transpose a minor third.

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  • At some period, perhaps in an interval of his time at Deventer, he was a chorister at Utrecht under the famous organist of the cathedral, Jacob Obrecht.

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  • This Agricola was a pupil of Bach, and a fine organist and clever writer on music, especially on operatic style, the problems of which were beginning to be raised by French writers and composers in preparation for the work of Gluck.

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  • Gauntlett became organist at Union Chapel and conductor of a psalmody class.

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  • At this time Herbert became a choirboy and an assistant organist in the local Church.

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  • Do you plan to have a soloist, violinist, or organist play, or are you instead opting for pre-recorded music?

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  • A few years later at his church in Philadelphia, Brooks asked his organist, Lewis Redner, to set the tune to music for the choir.

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  • In music, an offertory is the vocal or instrumental setting of the offertory sentences, or a short instrumental piece played by the organist while the collection is being made.

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  • He worked with the village parson in his spare hours at classics and studied music under the organist.

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  • Schlick goes on to say the organ is to be suited to the choir and properly tuned for singing, that the singer may not be forced to sing too high or too low and the organist have to play chromatics, which is not handy for every one.

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  • Early distinguished by her excellence as a pianist, organist and singer, she also showed considerable ability in painting and illuminating; but a lively poetic imagination led her to the path of literature, and more especially to poetry, folk-lore and ballads.

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