Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See barytenor.

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Examples

  • With his early Five Songs EP and then the self-titled debut full-length, the gifted musician established himself as a piano man whose earnest baritenor vocals redolent of musical theater were buttressed with intricate chord progressions and mixed meter.

    Daniel J. Kushner: After Aesthetics: Gabriel Kahane's Where Are The Arms

  • With his early Five Songs EP and then the self-titled debut full-length, the gifted musician established himself as a piano man whose earnest baritenor vocals redolent of musical theater were buttressed with intricate chord progressions and mixed meter.

    Daniel J. Kushner: After Aesthetics: Gabriel Kahane's Where Are The Arms

  • With his early Five Songs EP and then the self-titled debut full-length, the gifted musician established himself as a piano man whose earnest baritenor vocals redolent of musical theater were buttressed with intricate chord progressions and mixed meter.

    Daniel J. Kushner: After Aesthetics: Gabriel Kahane's Where Are The Arms

  • If I were in the mood to split hairs, I could argue that Rinaldo's tessitura, typical of a Rossini baritenor, is perhaps a trifle too low for him, but he nevertheless acquits himself admirably and fearlessly in a role ranging from low A flat 1 to a high D 4.

    parterre box

  • I'll agree with baritenor about Turandot … and I think that may even be Lise Lindstrom in the top photo as Turandot.

    parterre box

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