His voice (barytone) is still of exquisite quality, and just the right volume for our hall.
Still the barytone, who was almost as fond of conversation as of what he termed "vocal."
Some moments after his continued base supported the captain's barytone.
The barytone was still singing; but now it was "I'm twenty-one, and she's eighteen."
When she spoke it was in a man's barytone, which, when agitated, broke into a sobbing squeak.
barytone called while I was out with Miss J. yesterday on business.
In the second-story front room at Mrs. McKee's, the barytone slept heavily, and made divers unvocal sounds.
This went far enough for attention to the music and the barytone.
As they neared the hut they heard the sound of singing—a man's barytone, full and rich, and a child's treble, shrill but sweet.
In barytone voices the whole glottis is often open to , and occasionally to .
c.1600, from Italian baritono, from Greek barytonos "deep-toned, deep-sounding," from barys "heavy, deep," also, of sound, "strong, deep, bass" (see grave (adj.)) + tonos "tone" (see tenet). Technically, "ranging from lower A in bass clef to lower F in treble clef." Meaning "singer having a baritone voice" is from 1821. As a type of brass band instrument, it is attested from 1949.