Translation for 'choirmaster' from English to Russian
NOUN   a choirmaster | choirmasters
SYNO cantor | choirmaster | precentor
хормейстер {м}
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Translation for 'choirmaster' from English to Russian

хормейстер {м}муз.
Usage Examples English
  • Some time after his move to Vienna, in 1815, he became choirmaster at the Schotten Kirche, and in 1825 was appointed imperial organist.
  • Holman moved to Canada in 1965, working as choirmaster at Bishop Strachan School until 1970 and organist and choirmaster at Toronto's Grace Church on-the-Hill until 1979.
  • Karen Sargsyan is an Armenian choirmaster and conductor.
  • William Shuford Self (1906–1998) was an American organist and choirmaster.
  • Lawrence Squier (died 1493) was an English cleric and choirmaster.

  • Thomas Day was a singer, theorbo lutenist and choirmaster.
  • After his stay in Rome Charlot became an accompanist, later choirmaster at the Opéra-Comique.
  • Saboly's career as a choirmaster was standard for this period.
  • In 1872 "Cordner's boy" was appointed choirmaster at St Mary's Cathedral, and followed John Hill as choirmaster and organist in 1873.
  • He started out as a choirmaster, becoming the head choirmaster and vice-director in 1977.

  • 1991 to present: permanent choirmaster of the vocal ensemble Vocapella Innsbruck.
  • ... 1603) was an Italian composer and choirmaster. His most important appointment as choirmaster was at Santa Maria alla Scala, Milan.
  • Francesco was the choirmaster at Modena from about 1530.
  • Parker emigrated to Christchurch in 1869 becoming organist and choirmaster at the Church of St John the Baptist .
  • He became choirmaster of Academic Chorus guided by S. Strokin (1995).

  • McCurdy was organist and choirmaster at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in San Francisco from 1921 until 1924.
  • His daughter - [...] , is a choirmaster, vocalist, Honored Artist of Ukraine.
  • (choirmaster) at San Paolo Maggiore and two prestigious conservatories: the [...] (1680/81–1688) and second choirmaster at [...] (1687–1689).
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