He sang, too; he had a barytone voice, mellow and resonant.
"Samuel Brohl & Company" by Victor Cherbuliez
At the age of twenty-two so thought our excitable barytone hero on that point.
"The Bertrams" by Anthony Trollope
Followed a beautiful young barytone whom Miss Bouverie had brought from London in her pocket for the tour.
"Stingaree" by E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
What do they know about good barytone voices?
"Odd Numbers" by Sewell Ford
It was a deep, rich barytone, as full of color as his own native skies and sea.
"Ladies-In-Waiting" by Kate Douglas Wiggin
Just then Orestes (Stockhausen) stood up and lifted his noble barytone.
"The Martian" by George Du Maurier
I thought you'd like to hear General Jackson sing; he's got a real deep barytone.
"Mountain Blood" by Joseph Hergesheimer
There was Wauchope at his right ear thundering in a tremendous barytone.
"The Combined Maze" by May Sinclair
R., wife of the celebrated barytone.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 15, No. 91, May, 1865" by Various
The Barytone of the opera is probably the most inoffensive individual in the world.
"Physiology of The Opera" by John H. Swaby (AKA "Scrici")