It increased the power of the voices and lent them a sonority difficult to believe.
Where was the sonority in the metallic, crushing blows you dealt in the Liszt Ballade?
The hymn began to repeat itself, the individual words lost in the sonority of the hall.
By this means a great gain was made in richness and sonority.
sonority or tone was varied by changing the keys or register just as on the organ.
The last ensemble is exquisite—well-nigh unapproachable in sonority and charm.
For, by omitting this note you do alter the tone colour of the chord as well as its sonority.
Vitellius noticed that one of these was larger than the others, and that when struck by his foot it had not their sonority.
From far up the avenue came the boom of an ox-horn, militant, almost brazen in its sonority.
We may indicate the sonority very roughly by lines; if we connect their top ends, we shall obtain a curve.