conductus definition

  • noun:
    • A medieval track, ordinarily with a sacred text, frequently sung in Latin
    • a vintage kind of vocal composition in which the tenor, in place of becoming confined to canto fermo, was, such as the other areas, developed or freely addressed by the composer.
    • An unendowed chaplain: the name and office are both retained at Eton.

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