musician in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. músico, instrumentista

Example Sentences

Because he was a great musician.
Ya que él era un gran músico.
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A painter paints his pictures on canvas. But musicians paint their pictures on silence. We provide the music, and you provide the silence.
El pintor pinta sus cuadros sobre lienzo. Pero los músicos pintan sus imágenes sobre el silencio. Nosotros proporcionamos la música, y ustedes proporcionan el silencio.
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According to this magazine, my favorite actress will marry a jazz musician next spring.
Según esta revista, mi actriz favorita se casará con un músico de jazz la próxima primavera.
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Again this year a lot of concerts are being given by amateur musicians.
Este año vuelven a dar un montón de conciertos músicos aficionados.
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Are you a musician?
¿Eres músico?
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Both brothers are musicians.
Los dos hermanos son músicos.
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He became a great musician.
Se convirtió en un gran músico.
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He has established himself as a musician.
Él se ha establecido como músico.
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He is proud of being a musician.
Está orgulloso de ser músico.
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He was a great musician.
Él fue un gran músico.
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Synonyms

someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession): rocker, lutenist, performer, lutist, percussionist, performing artist, vibist, cornetist, musical organisation, player, accompanist, jazz musician, harmonizer, rock 'n' roll musician, piano player, cellist, vocaliser, violoncellist, sitar player, carillonneur, trombone player, harper, guitarist, flutist, bell ringer, violinist, recorder player, keyboardist, musical group, flute player, instrumentalist, musical organization, pianist, harmoniser, clarinettist, trombonist, gambist, accordionist, bandsman, rhythm and blues musician, jazzman, singer, vocalizer, fiddler, bassist, piper, harpsichordist, vibraphonist, saxist, vocalist, saxophonist, harpist, bassoonist, organist, violist, oboist, trumpeter, guitar player, soloist, bagpiper, hornist, accompanyist, clarinetist, lutanist, koto player, flautist
artist who composes or conducts music as a profession: transcriber, conductor, artist, adapter, choirmaster, creative person, virtuoso, director, arranger, cantor, composer, precentor, music director



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