cocomposer

noun
co·​com·​pos·​er | \ ˌkō-kəm-ˈpō-zər \
variants: or co-composer
plural cocomposers or co-composers

Definition of cocomposer

: one who collaborates with another person in composing something (such as a piece of music) … he might eventually find himself in the running for an Oscar, as well, thanks to his role as a co-composer in Disney's Moana, the South Pacific-set animated musical …— Brian Raferty

First Known Use of cocomposer

1902, in the meaning defined above

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