cantoris


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cantoris

(kænˈtɔːrɪs)
adj
(Classical Music) (in antiphonal music) to be sung by the cantorial side of a choir. Compare decani
[Latin: genitive of cantor precentor]
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REG Hollinshead books Tony Cruz for his Bit Of A Lark in Haydock's Coral Cup and the 16 to 1 chance responds well to Cruz control to hold off the fast finishing Cantoris (D Holland).
(5)Constitutiones capellae pontificiae, promulgated in 1545, chap.3: 'Modus examinis'; chap.4: 'Scrutinum super admissionem novi cantoris'.
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This performances steers a middle course between these two possibilities, and gives the solo parts of the |verse' version to alternatim Decani and Cantoris sides.
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