Chanter (noun)

  1. A person who sings, especially a lead singer or a soloist.
  2. A pipe or reed that is played in some bagpipes and serves as the source of melody.
  3. A pipe or reed that is used as the sounding component of a musical instrument.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french chantre, from latin cantare "to sing".

Examples:

  1. The chanter sang with a beautiful voice.
  2. The chanter on the bagpipe was making a beautiful melody.
  3. The chanter of the flute was playing a beautiful tune.
  4. The chanter's performance was very impressive.
  5. The chanter's voice was powerful and resonant.
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