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Definition of "conductorship" []

  • The position of conductor of an orchestra. (noun)

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Use "conductorship" in a sentence
  • "This is but one item in a growing laundry list of angry and sometimes borderline Libelous remarks that Mac crowds -- initially under the conductorship of Grand Wizardess Sarah Palin -- have uttered."
  • "In April of the following year four performances of the 'Elijah' took place at Exeter Hall under his conductorship, the Queen and Prince"
  • "It must be admitted here, that this is due partly to {381} its splendid rendering under Schuch's genial conductorship, and to the interpreters of the two principal roles in the drama."