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CORNET. A commissioned officer in a regiment of cavalry.

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They present their tribute to Chicago cornettist Muggsy Spanier whose famous recordings in 1939 at the height of the Swing era, presaged the traditional jazz revival of the 40s and 50s.
Cornettist Mason wasn't able to hog the limelight as much, his japing verbal asides drowned out by general partying, playing more of a functional role than is his custom.
Both as a cornettist and as a bandleader he exerted a tremendous influence on the development of jazz in the early twentieth century, and his shadow remains long; only Louis Armstrong (and, by extension, Buddy Bolden) are more significant players of his instrourent from the same time and place.
Both the dulcian player and the cornettist are playing their instruments, the former sharing a part with three choristers, the latter with one.
She does more to promote baggy berets than anyone since Frank Spencer and must surely feel moved to violence to put paid to that mournful cornettist, unnecessarily wailing away in the background to prove the setting is oop North.
The chapel car in The Triumph of Maximilian shows sixteen singers, one cornettist and one trombone player (see Joan Rimmer, 'German Instrumental Music c.
NEW ORLEANS SOUND: Bill Smith, cornettist with the Savannah Jazz Band
Their leader is pianist Barry Grummett and he's joined by cornettist Gwyn Lewis, trombonist Mike Taylor, reedsman John Scantlebury, bassist Harry Slater, banjoman Tony Peatman and on the drums, either Colin Bushell or Clarence Nugent.
In a career spanning 35 years, Morrison has recorded six solo albums and is principal cornettist with the famed Brighouse & Rastrick Band.
36) was a small, anonymous, 17th-century oil-painting on copper, showing the Virgin with eight musicians-three singers, three players of shawms, a cornettist and a dulcian player.
The solo features included technical fireworks (euphoniumist Matthew White in Bravura); funky jazz stylings (soprano cornettist Steve Stewart in Live and Let Die); plus smooth subtlety (Joanne Childs's flugel horn in Away in a Manger and trombonist Chris Thomas in Silent Night).