Definition of Organists

1. Noun. (plural of organist) ¹



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Definition of Organists

1. organist [n] - See also: organist

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Literary usage of Organists

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1. Church Music in America: Comprising Its History and Its Peculiarities at by Nathaniel Duren Gould (1853)
"OF PROCURING GOOD organists. When the rapid introduction of organs took place, it was not so difficult to procure the organs as to provide competent ..."

2. New York's First Music Week by Charles M. Tremaine (1920)
"THE CHURCHES COOPERATION OF organists I am a devoted lover of music. ... It was the organists naturally who gave their services whenever a church announced ..."

3. The Musical World (1888)
"THE COLLEGE OF organists. The following are extracts from an article in Household ... The first organ was a curious instrument, having two organists and two ..."

4. The Story of the Organ by Charles Francis Abdy Williams (1903)
"... statutes—English organists—Anecdote of Christopher Tye—Marbeck escapes the stake owing to his musical excellence—Epitaphs on organists—A German opinion ..."

5. The history of American music by Louis Charles Elson (1915)
"CHAPTER XIII organists, CHOIR AND CHORUS LEADERS IT may be accepted as an axiom that, while vocalists are frequently not thorough musicians, organists are ..."

6. The Story of Organ Music by Charles Francis Abdy Williams (1905)
"Music organists make much reputation beyond their own country. For Italy was far more occupied with the attractions and claims of rival operatic singers ..."

7. Chapters on Church Music by Richard Blackburne Daniel (1894)
"Sometimes organists have been appointed because ' the salary would be useful to them,' or the authorities wished to reward persons who have worked in the ..."

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