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Cellist   /tʃˈɛləst/   Listen
Cellist

noun
1.
Someone who plays a violoncello.  Synonym: violoncellist.






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"Cellist" Quotes from Famous Books



... flowed in, while Agnes in the background dispensed tea. She was discussing with herself the probability of Langham's appearance. 'Whom shall I introduce him to first?' she pondered, while she shook hands. 'The poet? I see mamma is now struggling with him. The 'cellist with the hair—or the lady in Greek dress—or the esoteric Buddhist? What a fascinating selection! I had really no notion we ...
— Robert Elsmere • Mrs. Humphry Ward

... saved!" cried John S. Carr, 'cellist on the Celtic. "It doesn't seem possible they have ...
— Sinking of the Titanic - and Great Sea Disasters • Various

... bass viol player with his companions, the violinist and the 'cellist, occupied folding chairs several yards to the right of the cameras, where they were protected from the sun in the shade of a tree. "John J. Silence," whom John discovered was an assistant director, made ...
— Spring Street - A Story of Los Angeles • James H. Richardson



Words linked to "Cellist" :   Pablo Casals, Casals, instrumentalist, musician, player, cello



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