concertmaster


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con·cert·mas·ter

 (kŏn′sərt-măs′tər)
n.
The first violinist in a symphony orchestra.

concertmaster

(ˈkɒnsətˌmɑːstə) or

concertmeister

n
(Classical Music) a US and Canadian word for leader2a

con•cert•mas•ter

(ˈkɒn sərtˌmæs tər, -ˌmɑ stər)

n.
the principal first violinist in a symphony orchestra, often serving as assistant to the conductor.
[1875–80; translation of German Konzertmeister]
Translations
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concertmaster

[ˈkɒnsətˌmɑːstəʳ] N (US) → primer violín m

concertmaster

[ˈkɒnsərtmɑːstər] (US, Australian) n [orchestra] → premier violon m

concertmaster

n (US) → Konzertmeister m
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