Cantor (noun)

  1. A person who leads the singing of hymns or other religious music in a synagogue or church.
  2. A person who sings solo parts in a choir or ensemble.

Origin:

The word "cantor" comes from the latin word "cantor" which means "singer".

Examples:

  1. The cantor has a beautiful voice and leads the congregation in song.
  2. The cantor is responsible for teaching the proper melodies to the choir.
  3. The cantor leads the singing of the prayers and hymns in the synagogue.
  4. The cantor was trained in music and has a strong understanding of the liturgy.
  5. The cantor will be leading the singing at the upcoming religious service.
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