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A multi-instrumentalist is a musician who plays two or more musical instruments at a professional level. Multi-instrumentalists who play closely related instruments, a practice known as doubling are common in orchestra (e.g., flute players who double on piccolo and percussion players, who play snare drum, cymbals, bass drum, etc.), in jazz (e.g., saxophone players who double on clarinet or flute; or double bass players who also play electric bass); in music theatre pit orchestras (e.g., reed players who are required to play numerous reed instruments); and in other areas of classical music (e.g., church piano players are often expected to play the church's pipe organ or Hammond organ as well). Popular music composers and songwriters are often multi-instrumentalists. In pop and rock, it is m

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  • Multi-instrumentalist
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  • Multinstrumentista
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  • Multi-instrumentiste
  • マルチプレイヤー (音楽)
  • Multi-instrumentalist
  • Multiinstrumentalista
  • Multi-instrumentista
  • Мультиинструменталист
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  • Multiinstrumentalist ist eine neuere Bezeichnung für einen Musiker, der mehrere Instrumente beherrscht. Die MGG (Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart) in ihrer ersten Ausgabe sowie das Riemann Musiklexikon führen den Begriff nicht. 1977 erscheint der Begriff im dtv-Atlas zur Musik und 1982 im Brockhaus Musik. In den USA ist der Begriff schon in den 1930er Jahren nachzuweisen.
  • Un multi-instrumentiste est un musicien qui pratique et maîtrise plusieurs instruments de musique.
  • Un multinstrumentista es un músico que toca cierto número de instrumentos diferentes. Es muy frecuente en la música clásica europea, el jazz, el rock, el pop y sus derivados.
  • マルチプレイヤーとは、音楽(主にポピュラー音楽)において複数の楽器の演奏が出来る演奏家の呼称。英語圏では「マルチ・インストゥルメンタリスト」 (multi-instrumentalist) と呼ばれるが、日本では「マルチプレイヤー」という表現も広く使用されている。また、「マルチ奏者」とも呼ばれる。
  • Een multi-instrumentalist is een muzikant die meerdere muziekinstrumenten bespeelt, en daarbij ook vaak de zang verzorgt. De gespecificeerde term "multireedist" wordt gebruikt om multi-instrumentalisten, die zich gespecificeerd hebben op rietinstrumenten, te omschrijven.
  • Multi-instrumentista é um músico que toca dois ou mais instrumentos. O bacharelado em música geralmente exige o domínio básico de um segundo instrumento.
  • Multiinstrumentalista – muzyk, który w stopniu bardzo dobrym opanował grę na więcej niż jednym instrumencie muzycznym.
  • A multi-instrumentalist is a musician who plays two or more musical instruments at a professional level. Multi-instrumentalists who play closely related instruments, a practice known as doubling are common in orchestra (e.g., flute players who double on piccolo and percussion players, who play snare drum, cymbals, bass drum, etc.), in jazz (e.g., saxophone players who double on clarinet or flute; or double bass players who also play electric bass); in music theatre pit orchestras (e.g., reed players who are required to play numerous reed instruments); and in other areas of classical music (e.g., church piano players are often expected to play the church's pipe organ or Hammond organ as well). Popular music composers and songwriters are often multi-instrumentalists. In pop and rock, it is m
  • Un polistrumentista (a volte anche pluristrumentista) è un musicista che suona numerosi strumenti, contemporaneamente o in successione. Polistrumentisti sono molto comuni nel jazz e in altri tipi di musica e forme d'arte (come nei circhi, oppure nella musica da strada come il famoso duo di uomini orchestra Otto e Barnelli). Era prassi fin dall'antichità accompagnare il suono di uno strumento a fiato o a corda con delle piccole percussioni appese al corpo. Inoltre vi è sempre stata una certa "interscambiabilità" tra strumenti a tastiera (pianoforte, clavicembalo, organo).
  • Мультиинструментали́ст — музыкант, умеющий играть на множестве различных инструментов. Мультиинструменталистами не называют музыкантов, играющих на нескольких родственных инструментах, строй и техника игры на которых очень близки (например, гитара, бас-гитара и укулеле, или скрипка и альт), а также играющих лишь на нескольких разных инструментах. Хотя не существует чёткого определения количества инструментов, на которых должен уметь играть музыкант, чтобы считаться мультиинструменталистом, как правило, такие музыканты профессионально владеют техникой игры на нескольких типах инструментов нескольких различных семейств (струнные, клавишные, духовые и т. п.). Мультиинструменталисты, работая в студии над собственными проектами, часто предпочитают самостоятельно записывать партии различных инст
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