Definition of tunesmith
: a composer especially of popular songs
Examples of tunesmith in a Sentence
a British tunesmith whose songs were equally popular in America
Recent Examples of tunesmith from the Web
Alaina Mills (pinch-hitting on opening night) and Ben Fankhauser provide comic ballast as friends, fellow tunesmiths and rivals Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann, coming together even as King and Goffin fall apart.
That said, Martin y Soler was a skilled tunesmith, as evidenced by several involving arias that owe much to the vocal and comical skills of the production’s impressive eight-person cast.
Mr. White, who had formative experience in the vanguard of African-American art music, brought the full spectrum of those interests to the table as a tunesmith, bandleader, producer and singer.
The part-time tunesmith's worst proposals play out on Capitol Hill, where the Utah lawmaker is known as Hollywood's best buddy.
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