piccoloist
noun see piccolo II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • piccoloist — /pik euh loh ist/, n. a person who plays the piccolo. [1880 85; PICCOLO + IST] * * * …   Universalium

  • piccoloist — noun One who plays the piccolo …   Wiktionary

  • piccoloist — n. one who plays the piccolo (small flute that produces high pitched sounds) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • piccoloist — pic·co·lo·ist …   English syllables

  • piccoloist — lōə̇st noun ( s) : a piccolo player * * * /pik euh loh ist/, n. a person who plays the piccolo. [1880 85; PICCOLO + IST] …   Useful english dictionary

  • piccolo — I. adjective Etymology: Italian, small Date: circa 1854 smaller than ordinary size < a piccolo banjo > II. noun (plural los) Etymology: Italian, short for piccolo flauto small flute Date: 1856 a small shrill flute whose range is an octave higher… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Peter Dombourian — Peter Mampreh Dombourian (March 24, 1920 January 13, 1992), was active in musical circles in New Orleans, Louisiana, as a music educator, conductor, and musician. Contents 1 Early life 2 Music education career 3 New Orleans music scene …   Wikipedia

  • flutist — n flautist, flute player; fifer, piper, Pied Piper, Pan; piccoloist, Inf. piccolo Pete, oboist …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • piper — n 1. horn player, fifer, flutist, flautist, tooter, horner; bugler, oboist, clarinetist, piccoloist; trumpeter, saxophonist, bassoonist, cornettist. 2. pay the piper pay the cost, foot the bill, reckon with, account for, pay in full; bear the… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • piccolo — [pik′ə lō΄] n. pl. piccolos [It, small] a small instrument of the flute family, pitched an octave above the ordinary flute adj. small; little; diminutive piccoloist n …   English World dictionary

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