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bandmaster

[ band-mas-ter, -mah-ster ]

noun

  1. the conductor of a military band, circus band, etc.


bandmaster

/ ˈbændˌmɑːstə /

noun

  1. the conductor of a band


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Word History and Origins

Origin of bandmaster1

First recorded in 1855–60; band 1 + master
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Example Sentences

It was the maid of the lady in the cavalry regiment, a hardened heart, as two stewards and a bandmaster on board could testify.

All the ladies of the town were there on the platform, and, in his turn, the bandmaster from the village of Mourmillon came up.

And the bandmaster'll cuff your head every day for months before you get such another chance.

And the next instant the bandmaster waved his baton, the music crashed all at once, and the first dance was begun.

The brass band, being placed in a circle with the bandmaster in the centre, commenced performing music which was rather mixed.

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