Examples from the Web for fiddler
Almost all involved with the creation of Fiddler on the Roof had familial ties to the world Sholem Aleichem described.
And near the end of the play, Seguin offered an allusion to Fiddler on the Roof, yelling, “Sunrise, sunset!”Chaz Bono’s ‘Independence Day’: Strippers, Racism & More Crazy Moments|Anna Klassen|June 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The dancing had finished, and a little group was gathered around the fiddler's tub.A Son of Hagar|Sir Hall Caine
A Redgauntlet would have died twenty times before he had touched a fiddler's wages.'Red Gauntlet|Sir Walter Scott
They had plenty of meat and drink, and plied the fiddler and his man with more than was agreeable to them.Irish Wit and Humor|Anonymous
I know what it was when Fiddler's Ranch was far from the civilization of Violinia, as they call it now.The Long Vacation|Charlotte M. Yonge
“We can't have a ball without a fiddler,” one young man said, soberly.Madelon|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
British Dictionary definitions for fiddler
Word Origin and History for fiddler
late 13c., from Old English fiðelere "fiddler" (fem. fiðelestre), agent noun from fiddle (v.). Fiddler's Green first recorded 1825, from sailors' slang. Fiddler crab is from 1714.