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- n. The private orchestra or band of a prince or church.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The private orchestra or band of a prince or of a church.
Although this citation has generally been taken as evidence that Prioris was still the king's maistre de chapelle at the time, Vatican documents refer to Hylaire Bernoneau as ‘magister capelle Christianissimi francorum regis’ as early as 1510.
Magister noster Magister Johannes Major doctor theologus in Parisiensis et thesaurarius capelle regis.
_Invenit abusum capelle et ab ipsa denominatus est: ab ordine recedens factus leprosus laqueo ut Judas se suspendit.
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