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Origin of organist
Examples from the Web for organist
She ran down, but the organist and his attendant had gone, and she was locked in.
When he rose, the child nodded and took the organist's place, playing quite creditably to the end.The Magnetic North|Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond)
I thought the service would never end, or the organist's voluntaries, or the preacher's homily.The Newcomes|William Makepeace Thackeray
Not much more passed between us until we passed the old church yard, where the organist left us.Kate Vernon, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Mrs. Alexander
She reasons that either the tones of the organ are above standard pitch or else the organist transposes the music.Memories of a Musical Life|William Mason
1590s, from organ + -ist, or from or influenced by Middle French organiste, from Medieval Latin organista "one who plays an organ," from Latin organum (see organ).