collegium musicum

[ kuh-lee-jee-uhm -myoo-zi-kuhm; Latin koh-leg-ee-oom -moo-si-koom ]
/ kəˈli dʒi əm ˈmyu zɪ kəm; Latin koʊˈlɛg iˌʊm ˈmu sɪˌkʊm /

noun

a group of usually amateur musicians, often connected with a university, who meet to study and perform chiefly old or little-known music.

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Origin of collegium musicum

<New Latin: musical society
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