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baryton

Line breaks: bary|ton
Pronunciation: /ˈbarɪtɒn/

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Definition of baryton in English:

noun

An obsolete stringed instrument similar to a bass viol, with additional sympathetic strings, used mainly in 18th-century Germany and Austria.

Origin

variant of baritone.

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