capellmeister

kapellmeister

Word Origin for capellmeister

from German, from Kapelle chapel + Meister master
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Examples from the Web for capellmeister

Historical Examples of capellmeister

  • In his capacity as Capellmeister he had also to fill the part of conductor.

    Theodor Leschetizky

    Annette Hullah

  • The astonishment of the Capellmeister and the organist was indescribable.

  • He filled this place until 1847, in which year he went to settle at Leipsic, in order to work as Capellmeister at the theatre.

    The Violoncello and Its History

    Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski

  • There is little to say about Haydn's labours as Capellmeister of the Esterhazy household at this time.

    Haydn

    J. Cuthbert Hadden

  • He also composed many ambitious works, which rise above the capellmeister average.