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Baritone vs. Sonorous

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Baritonenoun

The male voice between tenor and bass

Sonorousadjective

Capable of giving out a deep, resonant sound.

‘The highlight of the hike was the sonorous cave, which produced a ringing echo from the hiker’s shouts.’;

Baritonenoun

The musical range between tenor and bass

Sonorousadjective

Full of sound and rich, as in language or verse.

‘He was selected to give the opening speech thanks to his imposing, sonorous voice.’;

Baritonenoun

A person, instrument, or group that performs in the range between tenor and bass

Sonorousadjective

Wordy or grandiloquent.

Baritonenoun

a brass instrument similar to the euphonium, but with a cylindrical bore instead of a conical one; a baritone saxhorn

Sonorousadjective

Produced with a relatively open vocal tract and relatively little obstruction of airflow.

Baritonenoun

(linguistics) lang=en.

Sonorousadjective

Giving sound when struck; resonant; as, sonorous metals.

Baritoneadjective

See Barytone.

Sonorousadjective

Loud-sounding; giving a clear or loud sound; as, a sonorous voice.

Baritonenoun

a male singer

Sonorousadjective

Yielding sound; characterized by sound; vocal; sonant; as, the vowels are sonorous.

Baritonenoun

the second lowest adult male singing voice

Sonorousadjective

Impressive in sound; high-sounding.

‘The Italian opera, amidst all the meanness and familiarty of the thoughts, has something beautiful and sonorous in the expression.’; ‘There is nothing of the artificial Johnsonian balance in his style. It is as often marked by a pregnant brevity as by a sonorous amplitude.’;

Baritonenoun

the second lowest brass wind instrument

Sonorousadjective

Sonant; vibrant; hence, of sounds produced in a cavity, deep-toned; as, sonorous rhonchi.

Baritoneadjective

lower in range than tenor and higher than bass;

‘a baritone voice’; ‘baritone oboe’;

Sonorousadjective

full and loud and deep;

‘heavy sounds’; ‘a herald chosen for his sonorous voice’;

Baritonenoun

an adult male singing voice between tenor and bass

‘he sang in a rich baritone’;

Baritonenoun

a singer with a baritone voice

‘he starred as a baritone’;

Baritonenoun

a part written for a baritone voice.

Baritonenoun

an instrument that is second lowest in pitch in its family

‘a baritone sax’;

Baritonenoun

a brass instrument similar to a euphonium, sounding in B flat and used in brass bands.

Baritone

A baritone is a type of classical male singing voice whose vocal range lies between the bass and the tenor voice-types. The term originates from the Greek βαρύτονος (barýtonos), meaning .

‘heavy sounding’;

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