choragus on the right, who sees that the bishop is going to have the best of it, backs him serenely.
He was the choragus, explaining to us what was to happen in the play.
The addresses of the choragus are all written by the Geistlicher Rath Daisenberger.
Then to the accompaniment of the choragus' explanation a mechanical snake appeared in the branches with an apple in its mouth.
I would rather gain one prize from the choragus, than ten from the Gymnasiarch.
Perhaps you will accommodate me, my handsome young captain, choragus of this new school of the prophets?'
Then he puts one choragus—or leader of chorus, supporting the main action—on each side.
The "choragium" was the dress and furniture, or "properties" for the stage, supplied by the "choragus."
Rather gain one prize from the choragus than ten from the Gymnasiarch.
Thus, on one occasion, Themistocles was the choragus to a tragedy by Phrynichus.