Definition of baryton
- He also had to provide music of all kinds for the establishment, and composed … a hundred and seventy-five works featuring the baryton, the Prince's favored instrument.
- —Andrew Porter, New Yorker, 22 Apr. 1991
barytonist\ˈber-ə-ˌtä-nist, ˈba-rə-\ noun, plural barytonists
- Even in today's “authentic instrument” climate you don't exactly run across barytonists every day.
- —Barrymore Laurence Scherer, Wall Street Journal, 26 Aug. 1997