“Oh, yes, he was our guest once; he is the Kapellmeister,” she said.
Daniel heard one of them say: “The Kapellmeister should send for the doctor.”
My father is Kapellmeister at the metropolitan church, which gives me the opportunity of writing as much as I like for the church.
In 1841 Mendelssohn became Kapellmeister of the Prussian court.
You are to have five hundred florins, and he expressed regret at not being able to make you Kapellmeister at once.
From 1889 to 1894 he was Kapellmeister at the Hoftheater in Weimar.
He united his own with the royal Kapelle and placed Reichardt as Kapellmeister at their head.
Wagner did not wish to be Kapellmeister—on the contrary, wished most vigorously not to be Kapellmeister.
Kapellmeister, director of an orchestra or choir, more particularly of the band of a German prince.
His half-fledged wings bear him quickly to the Paternostergssel, of which he becomes the Kapellmeister.
"conductor," 1838, German, literally "chapel master," from Kapelle "chapel" (also the name given to a band or orchestra) + Meister "master."