Origin of baritone
Related formsbar·i·ton·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for baritone
Upstairs in the galleries, Jim Costanzo spouted lefty politics between tunes on his baritone bugle.Pawel Althamer Creates Art That’s by the People, for the People at the New Museum|Jessica Dawson|February 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He delivered them from a hefty physical frame, in rounded Australian baritone.
Dumnil, the tenor, used to steal jewellery from the soprano and contralto of the troop, and get intoxicated with the baritone.History of the Opera from its Origin in Italy to the present Time|Henry Sutherland Edwards
The baritone lay stretched upon the floor at left centre, his sword fallen at some paces from him.Vandover and the Brute|Frank Norris
Tenor, contralto, baritone, and bass vie with each other in performing dangerous feats of vocal agility.Stars of the Opera|Mabel Wagnalls
Do not "grouse" if you can sing tenor parts and yet retain the volume and virility of a baritone.
He was an opera-singer, and the newspapers said that he was fully equal to the first baritone of the day.Memoirs|Charles Godfrey Leland