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  • n. A person who plays or practices with the saxophone.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A player upon the saxophone.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a musician who plays the saxophone


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From saxophone +‎ -ist.


  • A woman identifying herself as Culture Minister Marlene McDonald called saxophonist Jesse Ryan at his home, on his mother's cell phone, and berated him for applying for a grant from her Ministry.

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  • Larry plays 27 instruments, although he is best known as a saxophonist, and he enjoys writing original music.


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  • Evans tried working in other formats, including the use of recording techniques to allow him to play different parts of piece simultaneously, which can be heard on the acclaimed Conversations with Myself series, he also recorded with other artists such as saxophonist Stan Getz.

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  • Stuckey was a junior wonder of the Hammond organ and Pukwana a refugee saxophonist from apartheid South Africa.

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  • In the last, you can almost hear the saxophonist licking his lips; in the others, the music sounds flatter.

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  • Savage Solweig Records represents the late, great British bop saxophonist Tubby Hayes 'undiscovered legacy – tapes from his personal archive, featuring the remarkable virtuoso in full cry.

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  • In a career of 40-odd years, British saxophonist Stan Sulzmann has acquired a heavyweight reputation on both sides of the Atlantic, but he is usually to be found in the company of the youngest and sharpest players around.

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  • To fill their spare time, the musicians are even trained as emergency guides, so passengers looking for a lifeboat may be shown the way by a reassuringly sober saxophonist.

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  • So in our version, Featherbottom flies to Antarctica to retrieve an A from an alien and the Abominable Snowman, then to Ukraine to pick up a U from this uniformed unicyclist carrying an urn, then to San Fransisco to grab an S off of a streetcar being ridden by a seal and a saxophonist, and so on through the letters for A-U-S-T-I-N R-O-Y.

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