Thesaurus / baritone

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Dumnil, the tenor, used to steal jewellery from the soprano and contralto of the troop, and get intoxicated with the baritone.

The baritone lay stretched upon the floor at left centre, his sword fallen at some paces from him.

Tenor, contralto, baritone, and bass vie with each other in performing dangerous feats of vocal agility.

Stars of the OperaMabel 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.

MemoirsCharles Godfrey Leland

The terms tenor, baritone, bass, refer to a quality rather than a compass.

I shouted, in a baritone voice, giving the marquis a hearty slap on the shoulder.

The tale was duly told in voices which ran up and down the scale, tenor alternating with baritone.

At this concert, and for some time afterwards, the ladies were assisted by Mr. Le Count, a baritone singer of excellence.

There, to his surprise, he beheld the author of the baritone performance that had been puzzling him.

BruinMayne Reid
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