The most common range of male voice pitched between the tenor and bass. Usually a baritone has a range of the low G in the bass clef to an F1 above the bass clef.
A voice type in barbershop music that singsbass and lead voices. Since barbershop music is also sung by females, the baritone voice can be either male or female in the barbershop genre.
The term baritone is also applied to instruments of a lower range such as the baritone horn or baritone saxophone.
The abbreviated form of baritone horn.
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SUGGESTED LISTENING EXAMPLE:
- Baritone Voice
Rossini: The Barber of Seville, "Largo al factotum"
- W. W. Norton - 4-CD Musical Example Bank --
Disc 1, Track 57
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