arranger in Nederlands

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zn. rangschikker, maatregelaar (iemand die iets in orde brengt)

Voorbeeldzinnen

accordionist, composer, arranger, music producer, author of theatrical and film music, founder of the Motion Trio accordion ensemble and the Akordeonus publishing house, issuing the Motion Trio disks and accordion music scores.
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And from now on he becomes the first and the only Joe's studio arranger.
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Following is the interview of Celio Barros, composer, arranger, sound technician, musician and winner of the Visa de MPB Instrumental in 1998.
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He would be a very useful partner to an international arranger of assassinations.
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In this edition of sniffer column, we talked to Celio Barros, composer, arranger, sound technician, musician and winner of the Visa de MPB Instrumental in 1998, as bassist.
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Jacques Plait has to find an orchestra conductor acting simultaneously as an arranger.
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Jones has distinguished himself as a bandleader, a solo artist, a sideman, a songwriter, a producer, an arranger, a film composer, and a record label executive, and outsid...
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Since the year 2000 she has been a soloist, music leader, choirmaster, arranger, stage director of some dances of the folk choir "Radzimichy".
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The group was created by a composer and arranger Vladimir Mikhnovetsky.
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This arrangement may be called "outsourcing."For example a specialist service arranger may be paid to provide back-office functions for a customer, which the service arranger subcontracts to another contractor.
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Synoniemen

a musician who adapts a composition for particular voices or instruments or for another style of performance: musician, orchestrator, adapter, transcriber
a person who brings order and organization to an enterprise: systematizer, thinker, systemizer, organiser, coordinator, orderer, systemiser, organizer, systematist, systematiser


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