noun, plural bar·y·tons [bar-i-tonz; French ba-ree-tawn] /ˈbær ɪˌtɒnz; French ba riˈtɔ̃/.
- baryta water,
- barzun, jacques,
- bas bleu
Origin of baryton
Examples from the Web for baryton
An amusing story is told of Kraft, the Eisenstadt 'cellist, at this time, who occasionally played the second baryton.
Haydn's magnificent patron and master played the baryton, and it was one of his duties to write pieces for it.Haydn|John F. Runciman
Kraft presented the prince with a composition into which he had introduced a solo for himself as second baryton.