chanter chanter


  • (n) reed pipe with finger holes on which the melody is played


  1. De vivre et de chanter; Prenez le bonheur quand il passeAlphand's delivery of such sentiments makes her worth $750 a week to the Blue Angel's Jacoby.
  2. Last of all comes the melody-making chanter, an oboe-like device attached to the bag, with holes and keys and a double reed hidden at the top.
  3. In Magical Maestro an illusionist transforms an opera singer into a ballerina, an Indian, a widdle boy, a Hawaiian war chanter.


  • Critic's Pick: Celebrating the summer solstice with new music

    It began 30 years ago when Charlie Murrow -- a musical environmentalist, sound artist, chanter and tooter, inventor of the heart-beat machine instrument and event organizer extraordinaire -- gathered like-minded Manhattan chanters and tooters to celebrate the summer solstice in Central Park.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times

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  • Woolery responded, "She was a chanter and a yoga person when I saw her. Apparently there's more to that chant than meets the eye."
    on Aug 22, 2008 By: Chuck Woolery Source: United Press International

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