tone color


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tone color

n.
The timbre of a singing voice or an instrument.

tone color

- The same as timbre, the quality of sound that distinguishes one voice or musical instrument from another.
See also related terms for musical instrument.
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tone color

noun
A sound of distinct pitch and quality:
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IN 2015 IAN HOWELL OF THE NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY introduced into the voice pedagogy community the concept and term absolute spectral tone color (ASTC) from the field of psychoacoustics.
Elizabeth Futral (Elaisa), an appealing, affecting actress, gave a musically scrupulous, energetic performance of a role demanding somewhat darker tone color and, at climaxes, a larger format, but the singing was very attractive, with accurate runs and some good trills.
This provides ample opportunity for teaching instrumental technique in ensemble playing (such as fingering, bowing and rhythmic precision) and performance consideration (including intonation, volume, tone color and articulation).
With its pure white mass tone color and its minimal light dispersion, Miraval Magic White is highly transparent and opens up styling potential for tinted as well as colored backgrounds, according to the company.
Nelita True, NCTM, gave a lecture about the teaching of tone color and memorization.
Various fabric options, the selection of vibrant and earth tone color pallets, and tailored shapes, cater to customers who are seeking stylish furniture with enduring appeal.