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Correct spelling:
flutist
Definition:
A performer on the flute; a flautist.

Synonyms:

noun
flutist
flautist, flute player.
musician
alto, arranger, baritone, bass, bassoonist, cellist, clarinetist, composer, drummer, fiddler, guitarist, harpist, harpsichordist, instrumentalist, maestro, musician, oboist, performer, pianist, player, saxophonist, singer, soprano, tenor, trombonist, trumpeter, violinist, virtuoso, Accordionist, bassist, keyboardist, banjoist.
Examples of usage:
  1. The action was taken with much grace and spontaneity, and brought down a storm of applause, while the poor flutist, unaccustomed to the recognition of his talent, was overcome with joy at such a graceful acknowledgment. – Famous Singers of To-day and Yesterday by Henry C. Lahee
  2. One poor flutist almost tore his hair out by the roots. – The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912 by Lillie DeHegermann-Lindencrone
  3. Then Cousin Rufus with his flute, and art Blown blithely through it from both soul and heart- Inspired to heights of mastery by the glad, Enthusiastic audience he had In the young ladies of a town that knew No other flutist,- nay, nor wanted to, Since they had heard his " Polly Hopkin's Waltz," Or " Rickett's Hornpipe," with its faultless faults, As rendered solely, he explained, " by ear," Having but heard it once, Commencement Year, At " Old Ann Arbor." – A Child-World by James Whitcomb Riley
  4. So, resigned, The ready flutist tossed his hat aside- Glanced at the children, smiled, and thus complied. – A Child-World by James Whitcomb Riley
  5. Meyerbeer, for instance, was very circumspect; in Paris he engaged a new flutist and paid him out of his own pocket to play a particular bit nicely. – On Conducting (Ueber das Dirigiren): A Treatise on Style in the Execution of Classical Music by Richard Wagner (translated by Edward Dannreuther)

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