xylophonist


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xylophonist

Flateur; farter; one with noisy flatus. See Flatulence.
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From that point of view, all books put together are like those household objects that a xylophonist might line up to play, eliciting a bright, high ping from a glass or a dull thud from an earthenware jug.
They included a uni-cyclist, a phony mind-reading act, a xylophonist who played with his feet, and a fire-eater who had nearly burned down Burnley Essoldo!
With few exceptions (e.g., timpanist Georg Druschetzky l1819] and xylophonist Michal Josef Guzikow [1806-1837]), percussionists remained content in the back of the orchestra imitating Janissary bands or other such esoteric ensembles, until the twentieth century.
Xylophonist, Marilyn Francis, 46, said: "It helps me reconnect with music back home in Grenada, which I left when I was young."