Cantor

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  • Today, the cantor is a role that can be performed by a lay person.
  • David Cantor has written for both the third and fourth series.
  • The use of music was increased and the temple hired its first trained cantor.
  • He was the son of a church cantor, and had some education.
  • This episode was written by David Cantor, his first episode of the fourth series.
  • Cantor worked for over a decade with his father's business doing legal work and real estate development.
  • Cantor soon became the world's highest-paid radio star.
  • His father was a cantor for the Jewish community and mother was a teacher.
  • Cantor is perhaps best known for his writings on popular culture.
  • Cantor starts his second construction with any sequence of real numbers.
  • He was regarded as the greatest cantor of his time.
  • Her father is a Jewish cantor and composer, and her mother was a music teacher.
  • He also served as chief cantor in various churches.
  • Hest's father is a college music professor and his mother a cantor.
  • When she finally saw a female cantor, she decided to pursue the studies necessary to become a rabbi.
  • He received his early musical education from his father, who was a cantor, and then in Prague.
  • Williams and Cantor did scenes together, and struck up a close friendship.
  • In his youth he worked as an altar boy and cantor.
  • He graduated at a college for teachers and worked for some years as a teacher and Catholic cantor.
  • Cantor was also a composer, with his most famous song seldom attributed to him.
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Meaning of Cantor

  • noun The official of a synagogue who conducts the liturgical part of the service and sings or chants the prayers intended to be performed as solos