"Harrison Hill" wrote in message
I thought someone might say "viola", and I did check. It seems that someone
who plays the viola can be called a "violist", although I normally hear
"viola player". That may be because "violist" can also mean a player of the
viol (an older instrument more commonly known as the viola da gamba).
"Triangle" certainly doesn't have a form in "-ist", although it's one of the
few instruments whose design hasn't changed for centuries! (How could you
You still haven't got it. Mozart wrote concertos for this instrument, at
least one of which is very well known.