maestro di cappella
/ (dɪ kəˈpɛlə) /
a person in charge of an orchestra, esp a private one attached to the palace of a prince in Italy during the baroque periodSee capellmeister
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Word Origin for maestro di cappella
Italian: master of the chapel
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