Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A male teacher of music.
“On the gloom of this life one sole figure of a man, that of a music-master, stood vigorously forth.”
“Granville had found a music-master for her daughters, they all inquired for his name and address.”
“Did my dear grandmamma, twenty or thirty years ago. think she should live to be told, that to the dancing-master, the singing or music-master, the high mode would require the gaming-master to be added for the completing of the female education?”
“The former had his reasons for overlooking the attentions of the little music-master; and as for the latter, had she not been on the stage, and had not many hundreds of persons, in jest or earnest, made love to her?”
“Podmore, the old music-master, was there too, and was delighted and astonished at the progress in singing which Morgiana had made; and when the little party separated, he took Mr. Woolsey by the hand, and said,”
“Madame Cremiere and I are inclined to take her music-master for our children.”
“Well, sir, I — Mary of Scotland knew me but as a little hunchbacked music-master; and yet, and yet, I think SHE was not indifferent to her David Riz — and SHE came to misfortune.”
“When she was four years old she had a tender feeling towards the Buttons who brought the coals up to the nursery, or the little sweep at the crossing, or the music-master, or never mind whom.”
“And when the dancing-master came, Betsinda learned along with Angelica; and when the music-master came, she watched him, and practiced the”
“She might annex herself to the easy-going high by wedding an old nobleman, or she might join for good and all the easy-going low, by plunging back to the level of her family, giving up all her ambitions for them, settling as the wife of a provincial music-master named”
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