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11 Jun 2006 17:28 PDT
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Question ID: 737316
What is the difference between a cantor and a cantorial soloist? What are the duties of a cantorial soloist?
Re: Cantorial Soloist
Answered By: gregaw-ga on 28 Jun 2006 13:36 PDT
Read the first two posts on this website. (the posts by: Amy O Miller and Stephen Weisman) They give a clear explanation of when someone would be called a "Cantor" or "Cantorial Soloist". http://www.mljewish.org/cgi-bin/retrieve.cgi?VOLUME=5&NUMBER=139&FORMAT=html To summarize: Cantor is an official title that is awarded through the various channels of the Jewish "church", while a cantorial soloist is respectful (but unofficial) title someone filling the role of a cantor. It is explained very clearly between those two posts. Thanks! Thanks!
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