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A drumstick, or the stick of a Bow or a conductor’s Baton.

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A drumstick (as baguette de tambour), the stick of a Bow, or a conductor's Baton.

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Baton  

The stick with which the conductor of an orchestra or similar ensemble beats the time. An approximation of the modern baton, a thin, tapered stick, perhaps half a metre long, was evidently first used in the late 18th century, but the use of a roll of paper or violin bow for this purpose continued into the 19th century. A more distant predecessor of the baton was the precentor's staff mentioned by various writers from the 15th century to the 17th. For further historical information ...