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musicians, plural;
  1. A person who is talented or skilled in music
    • - your father was a fine musician
  2. A person who plays a musical instrument, esp. professionally
    • - aspiring rock and pop musicians

  1. someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
  2. artist who composes or conducts music as a profession
  3. (musical) a play or film whose action and dialogue is interspersed with singing and dancing
  4. (musical) characterized by or capable of producing music; "a musical evening"; "musical instruments"
  5. (musical) melodious: containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody; "the melodious song of a meadowlark"
  6. A musician is a person who writes, performs, or makes music. Musicians can be classified by their roles in creating or performing music.
  7. Musician (1976–1999) was a monthly magazine that covered news and information about American popular music. Initially called "Music America", it was founded in 1976 by Sam Holdsworth and Gordon Baird. The two friends borrowed $20,000 from relatives and started the publication in a barn in Colorado.
  8. Musician (Mus) is a rank equivalent to Private held by members of the Corps of Army Music of the British Army. The rank was also previously used in the United States Army.
  9. Musician (abbreviated as MU) is a United States Navy occupational rating.
  10. Musician is cartridge number 31 in the official Magnavox/Philips line of games for the Philips Videopac. ...
  11. The Jaquet-Droz automata, among all the numerous automata built by the Jaquet-Droz family, refer to three doll automata built between 1768 and 1774 by Pierre Jaquet-Droz, his son Henri-Louis and Jean-Frédéric Leschot: the musician, the draughtsman and the writer. ...
  12. a composer, conductor, or performer of music
  13. (musical) a stage performance, show or film which involves singing, dancing and musical numbers performed by the cast as well as acting; Of or relating to music; Gifted or skilled in music; Pleasing to the ear
  14. (MUSICIANS) Those who make harmony with God s Word.
  15. (Musicians) Mro John. J. Pace, Mro Wiġi Bongailas (d.1985),
  16. (The Musicians) was representative of the typical cultural atmosphere in the cardinals' court, where music and art were often objects of discourse. There is an undertone of erotic sensations with the presence of Cupid picking the grapes. ...
  17. (Musical (or musicality)) A sense of cohesion and subjective "rightness" in the sound.
  18. (Musical) A play in which songs and music are an integral part of the dramatic structure.
  19. (Musical) A staged story similar to opera, though most of the dialogue is spoken.
  20. (Musical) A type of theatre show that combines music, dialogue, dance and singing. Everything happening in the show is communicated through the words, music and singing of the characters.
  21. (Musical) According to "also called Musical Comedy, theatrical production that is characteristically sentimental and amusing in nature, with a simple but distinctive plot, and offering music, dancing, and dialogue. ...
  22. (Musical) Production whose dramatic story structure includes unrealistic episodes of musical performance and/or dancing.
  23. (Musical) Toys (piano; for children), 1969.
  24. (musical) (noun, singular) - a stage, screen or film entertainment utilizing popular style songs to either tell a story (book musicals), or to showcase the talents of varied performers and/or songwriters (revues).
  25. (musical) Genre of twentieth century musical theater, especially popular in the United States and Great Britain; characterized by spoken dialogue, dramatic plot interspersed with songs, ensemble numbers and dancing.