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bar·i·tone

also bar·y·tone  (băr′ĭ-tōn′)
n.
1.
a. A male singer or voice with a range higher than a bass and lower than a tenor.
b. An instrument that sounds within this range.
c. A vocal or instrumental part written in this range.
2. A valved brass instrument similar to but larger than the euphonium.

[Italian baritono, from Greek barutonos, deep sounding : barus, heavy; see gwerə- in Indo-European roots + tonos, tone; see tone.]

baritone

(ˈbærɪˌtəʊn)
n
1. (Music, other) the second lowest adult male voice, having a range approximately from G an eleventh below middle C to F a fourth above it
2. (Music, other) a singer with such a voice
3. (Music, other) the second lowest instrument in the families of the saxophone, horn, oboe, etc
adj
4. (Music, other) relating to or denoting a baritone: a baritone part.
5. (Music, other) denoting the second lowest instrument in a family: the baritone horn.
[C17: from Italian baritono a deep voice, from Greek barutonos deep-sounding, from barus heavy, low + tonos tone]

bar•i•tone

(ˈbær ɪˌtoʊn)

n.
1. a male voice or voice part intermediate between tenor and bass.
2. a singer with such a voice.
3. a large, valved brass instrument shaped like a trumpet or coiled in oval form, used esp. in military bands.
adj.
4. of or pertaining to a baritone; having the compass of a baritone.
[1600–10; < Italian baritono low voice < Greek barýtonos deep-sounding. See barytone2]
bar`i•ton′al, adj.

baritone

A man’s voice of intermediate range, the usual range in which most men speak and sing.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.baritone - a male singerbaritone - a male singer        
singer, vocalist, vocalizer, vocaliser - a person who sings
2.baritone - the second lowest adult male singing voicebaritone - the second lowest adult male singing voice
singing voice - the musical quality of the voice while singing
3.baritone - the second lowest brass wind instrumentbaritone - the second lowest brass wind instrument
brass instrument, brass - a wind instrument that consists of a brass tube (usually of variable length) that is blown by means of a cup-shaped or funnel-shaped mouthpiece
Adj.1.baritone - lower in range than tenor and higher than bass; "a baritone voice"; "baritone oboe"
low-pitched, low - used of sounds and voices; low in pitch or frequency
Translations
جَهير الصَّوْت
baryton
baryton
bariton
baríton
baritonas
baritons
barytón
bariton

baritone

[ˈbærɪtəʊn]
A. Nbarítono m
B. CPD [voice] → de barítono

baritone

[ˈbærɪtəʊn] n (= singer) → baryton m baritone saxophonebaritone saxophone nsaxophone m baryton

baritone

nBariton m
adjBariton-

baritone

[ˈbærɪtəʊn] nbaritono

baritone

(ˈbӕritəun) noun
(a singer with) a deep male voice between bass and tenor.
References in classic literature ?
He had a good baritone voice and always led the singing when we went to church services at the sod schoolhouse.
And we recognized, also, that it was that sort of quaint commingling of baritone and falsetto which at home we call "Tyrolese warbling.
The famous baritone, Carolus Fonta, had hardly finished Doctor Faust's first appeal to the powers of darkness, when M.
The others all joined in the chorus, from Will Scarlet's baritone to Friar Tuck's heavy bass.
Some time after our rupture, you wished to study music, under the celebrated baritone who made such a successful appearance at the Theatre Italien; at the same time I felt inclined to learn dancing of the danseuse who acquired such a reputation in London.
he cried, in a voice which was now changed from a baritone into a bass, "you've not then forgotten me?
If she had ever flirted on the open beach with the baritone of the troupe of pierrots, like Jane Oddy, she could have excused Arthur's attitude.
She told him he had a pleasant baritone and offered to give him lessons.
Clean and fresh as if you'd been to a fete, not like us sinners of the line," cried Rostov, with martial swagger and with baritone notes in his voice, new to Boris, pointing to his own mud-bespattered breeches.
All his faults were marked by kindred traits, and were those of a man who had a fine baritone, whose clothes hung well upon him, and who even in his ordinary gestures had an air of inbred distinction.
Some moments after his continued bass supported the captain's baritone.
That's it, Alexey," said the captain, in his loud baritone.