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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Watson was joined by a modest-sized chorus - the Cantoris chamber choir - and accompanied for much of the evening simply by piano, played by talented musical director Ed Rugman.
Cantoris is performing a Great North Run concert on the evening of September 14, the day before this year's race.
Vox cantoris and Toronto Catholic Witness took action to inform the Chancery office that the policy that Cardinal Ambrozic had issued was not being heeded.
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