Definition of duettist in English:

duettist

noun

  • See duet

    • ‘Vanessa and Caroline Sadlier and two classically trained sopranos from Viewmount, Waterford. and are well known soloists and duettists in concerts, recitals and functions.’
    • ‘This work is a superb addition for duettists looking for music with a multicultural flavor.’
    • ‘My father, who awakened my interest in music as an eleven-year-old, was a keen duettist with a good library of such material and the ability to make arduous practice fun.’
    • ‘He appeared at Carnegie Hall as duettist and soloist and composed the Mars Ballet for his wife, the choreographer Albertina Rasch.’
    • ‘Their work as duettists has established them as exponents of contemporary music.’

Pronunciation

duettist

/djuːˈɛtɪst/