See also:Attic drama, the
See also:leader of the
See also:chorus . Hence the
See also:term (some-times in an Anglicized
See also:form " coryphe ") is used for the chief or leader of any
See also:company or
See also:movement . In 1856 in the university of
See also:Oxford there was founded the
See also:office of Coryphaeus or Praecentor, whose
See also:duty it was to lead the musical performances directed by the Choragus (q.v.) . The office ceased to exist in 1899 .
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