Definition of Timpanists

1. Noun. (plural of timpanist) ¹



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Definition of Timpanists

1. timpanist [n] - See also: timpanist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Timpanists

timorousnesses
timorsome
timothies
timothy
timothy-hay bacillus
timourous
timourously
timourousness
timous
timously
timpana
timpani
timpanis
timpanist
timpanists (current term)
timpano
timpanum
timpanums
timple
timples
timps
timucu
tin
tin-113
tin-foil hat
tin-foil hats
tin-opener
tin-plate
tin-plated

Literary usage of Timpanists

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1. Old English Instruments of Music: Their History and Character by Francis William Galpin (1911)
"... In the reign of Queen Elizabeth the drum-players were called timpanists; but this does not necessarily imply that the instruments on which they played ..."

2. Ethics of Boxing and Manly Sport by John Boyle O'Reilly (1888)
"... timpanists, without fail; Poets and groups of agile jugglers." The poem goes on to enumerate the features of the great fair; the reading of poems, ..."

3. The History of Music: A Handbook and Guide for Students by Waldo Selden Pratt (1907)
"526-7, 628-9, 652 Thomasschule, The (Leipsic), 202, 254, 514 Thorough-Bass (see Basso Continuo) Time-System, The Mediaeval, 77-9 timpanists, ..."

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