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指揮者, しきしゃ

  • shikisha


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • (musical) conductor

Examples of 指揮者,しきしゃ in a Sentence

A conductor directs an orchestra.
Weakness brought on by a number of respiratory ailments had forced him just last week to announce that he was giving up his conducting career.
The famous conductor lives in New York.
The band played marvellously under the baton of a new conductor.
Generally speaking, orchestra conductors wear tailcoats at concerts.
The director became really anxious at this second postponement.
The leader dismissed the demonstrators in the park.
He has good credentials as a conductor.
The conductor appeared on the stage.
They acclaimed him as their leader.

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