[ UK /bˈændmɑːstɐ/ ]
  1. the conductor of a band
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How To Use bandmaster In A Sentence

  • Striking that balance between old and new will always be difficult, but after a few numbers here, memories of their old bandmaster begin to fade.
  • Lieutenant James Reese Europe, an early ragtime and jazz bandleader and composer, who served as regimental bandmaster. A Memorial Day Celebration: The Harlem Hellfighters «
  • ‘Our old accordions are worn out and have given us great service,’ says bandmaster Peter Smith.
  • The bandmaster was a Scotchman -- a stiff-looking, elderly man. The Young Buglers
  • A note on the back of the original print names the bandmaster as ‘Mr Metcalfe, Skipton.’
  • Arian is a popular Iranian music ensemble that emerged in 2001, composed of nine singers and musicians, being directed by Ali Pahlavan as the bandmaster and assisted by Payam Salehi, along with three female back vocalists, Sanaz and Sahar Kashmari, and Sharareh Farnejad. Chris de Burgh to perform in Iran
  • The son of an Irish bandmaster, Sullivan entered the Chapel Royal as a chorister in 1854 and had a sacred song published by Novello in 1855.
  • Later he became bandmaster of the Consular Guard and then of the Grenadier Regiment of Foot of the Imperial Guard. Drummers Fifers and Music of the Kings Guard
  • The bandmaster's stick, glowing at both ends, moved in circles, though you could not see the man behind it.
  • The article provoked anger at Miller from certain army brass and some old-line military bandmasters.
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