manuductor definition

  • noun:
    • The chief beginner in an order.
    • A conductor; an officer in ancient church whom provided the signal when it comes to choir to sing, and who beat time utilizing the hand, and regulated the music.
    • a person who leads because of the hand; a leader; helpful tips; specifically, in medieval music, a person who suggested the rhythm to a choir by beating time together with his hand or by striking pieces of lumber or shell collectively; a conductor.

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