subcantor

subcantor

(sʌbˈkæntɔː)
n
a deputy to a cantor
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en CL 1510 (1159), un documento de concordia entre el obispo de Leon y el convento de San Isidoro, firman por el primero, en este orden, el dean, cinco arcedianos, Albertinus cantor eiusdem ecclesie, el maestrescuela, el thesaurarius, el prior claustralis, el subcantor, dos prepositi y cuatro canonigos mas sin titulo.
56) According to this document, Bernardus was received as a monk at Saint-Martial in 1177, was ordained deacon in 1185 and priest in 1189, and served the community as treasurer, assistant librarian, subcantor, and finally librarian and cantor, in which position he remained from 1204 to his death in 1225.