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Succentor, suk-sen′tor, n. a subcantor: the bass soloist in a choir.
The care of the presses is to be entrusted to the Precentor and his subordinate, called the Succentor.The Care of Books|John Willis Clark
In 1642 he was made succentor of Salisbury cathedral, and in 1643 he was chosen junior proctor of the university.
The succentor, or sub-cantor, was the cantors assistant in everything.English Monastic Life|Abbot Gasquet
He was assisted by a Succentor, who sat on the left side of the choir, and led that half of the choir in service.Scenes and Characters of the Middle Ages|Edward Lewes Cutts