What is another word for baritone?

1128 synonyms found


[ bˈaɹɪtˌə͡ʊn], [ bˈaɹɪtˌə‍ʊn], [ b_ˈa_ɹ_ɪ_t_ˌəʊ_n]

Baritone is a word that describes the range between tenor and bass in music. Some synonyms for baritone are bass-baritone, low register, deep voice, low pitch, deep range, and bass voice. The baritone voice is often described as rich, full-bodied, and powerful, and can be found in a variety of musical genres, including pop, rock, country, and opera. While different synonyms might have specific connotations within different contexts, they all refer to the same basic vocal range in music. Whatever the preference, a good baritone singer can make any song sound great with the unique texture and power their voice brings to the composition.

Related words: baritone guitar, baritone ukulele, baritone saxophone, baritone violin, baritone horn, baritone saxophone music, baritone saxophone history

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    What are the opposite words for baritone?

    Antonyms are opposite words. The antonyms for "baritone" include soprano, tenor, alto, and bass. Soprano refers to a high-pitched singing voice, often possessed by female singers. The tenor is a singing voice that is higher than the baritone but lower than the soprano. The alto is a low-pitched singing voice typically possessed by male singers. The bass is the lowest range of the human singing voice, often possessed by male singers. These antonyms for "baritone" are used to describe different voice types or ranges, depending on the pitch or depth of the voice.

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    Usage examples for Baritone

    The music began with a crash, or burst, or something of that kind, and then ran off into an air for the baritone.
    "The Mystery of the Locks"
    Edgar Watson Howe
    Jack thought a moment, his fingers straying over the keys, then softening his full baritone voice as much as possible, he sang-"Yes, dear, I love but thee!"
    "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir"
    Charles Garvice
    His voice was a baritone, and exactly suited the song.
    "The Way of Ambition"
    Robert Hichens

    Famous quotes with Baritone

    • When I was a young man, I was a baritone, very far from possessing the whole range of the tenor then.
      Placido Domingo
    • The soprano has all those other instruments in it. It's got the soprano song voice, flute, violin, clarinet, and tenor elements and can even approach the baritone in intensity.
      Steve Lacy
    • In a way, I started out to be a baritone player.
      Gerry Mulligan
    • So I played alto for quite a while until I saved up the money for the baritone.
      Gerry Mulligan
    • The baritone can serve functions that the alto and tenor cannot, in orchestral voicing.
      Gerry Mulligan

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