choirman

choirman

(ˈkwaɪəmən)
n, pl -men
(Music, other) a man who is a singer in a choir
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7, 1897) harmonic choirman (Susan Thorpe, Great Missendon, Buckinghamshire,
It was fellow choirman Alan Hicks, suggesting a big charity concert.
Rather, his view on this is revealed, for example, when he follows the observation that for the medieval choirman `what mattered was not the individual's personal response but the discipline of the observance by all present' with the claim that `this must affect [my italics] the style that we judge to be appropriate when singing their music' (p.