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baryton

EnglishEdit

A baryton

EtymologyEdit

From the German Baryton, from bary- + Ton.

NounEdit

baryton (plural barytons)

  1. (music) A string instrument related to the viol, employed in European music prior to the 1800s
    Haydn composed scores of pieces for the baryton.

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NounEdit

baryton m (plural barytons)

  1. baritone
  2. baryton

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

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NounEdit

baryton m (definite singular barytonen, indefinite plural barytoner, definite plural barytonene)

  1. baritone (male singing voice between tenor and bass)
  2. a baritone (singer with a baritone voice)
  3. a baritone (brass instrument, a baritone horn)

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NounEdit

baryton m (definite singular barytonen, indefinite plural barytonar, definite plural barytonane)

  1. baritone (singing voice, as above)
  2. a baritone (singer, as above)
  3. a baritone (baritone horn)