baritone

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Synonyms for baritone

a male singer

the second lowest adult male singing voice

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the second lowest brass wind instrument

lower in range than tenor and higher than bass

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It now wants talented performers, especially tenors, baritones and bases, to get on board.
Although this repertoire has become more familiar in recent years through the likes of baritones Bryn Terfel, Christopher Maltman and Gerald Finley, Pike brings his own approach and sensibilities to the music.
Mattia Battistini; king of baritones and baritone of kings.
Grandfather of England and Kent wicket keeper Geraint Jones, Mr Jones was well-known throughout North Wales as one of the best baritones of his generation.
Tenor Ramon Vargas and baritones Thomas Hamson and Dwayne Croft co-star.
He also needs to be careful about his top notes, so crucial to Verdi baritones, which now and then sounded tentative.
Schrott, who lives outside Milan, Italy, with his wife and daughter, is not only one of the world's most in-demand baritones, but also an NBA fan.
Speaking from Vienna, Bryn said: "Everyone knows about tenors, but baritones go deeper.
Speaking from Vienna where he is performing at the famed Vienna State Opera, Terfel said: 'Everyone knows about tenors, but baritones go deeper.
The vocalists will be sopranos Helen Dilworth, Ilya Martinez and Donna Roll; tenor William Brown; and baritones Thomas Buckner, Rafael LeBron, Abraham Lind- Oquendo, Benjamin Matthews, Autris Paige and Robert Sims.
At last, we have a biography of one of the greatest American baritones of the twentieth century.
Esteemed as one of the leading baritones of his generation, especially in the music of his native America, he is planning a move to Edinburgh, Scotland, where his partner is a museum administrator.
pianist Jenna Douglas and Toronto pianist Timothy Cheung, They join returning artists Ambur Braid, Ileana Montalbetti, Simone Osborne and Jacqueline Woodley (sopranos), mezzo Rihab Chaieb, tenor Christopher Enns, and baritones Adrian Kramer and Neil Craighead.
In this volume of repertoire for baritones and basses (a reprint from 1960), Coffin compiles American, British, French, German, Italian, Russian, Scandinavian, Spanish, and miscellaneous songs and arias for performance, listed alphabetically by composer.
Royal Opera House staff located New-Zealand born Sir Donald, one of the most distinguished bass baritones of his generation, at Gatwick Airport as he prepared to fly off on holiday.