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Baritone Sayings By Heber J. Grant: When I was about forty-three years of age, I had a private secretary with a When I was about forty-three years of age, I had a private secretary with a beautiful baritone voice. I told him I would give anything in the world if I could only carry a tune. He laughed and said, 'Anybody who has a voice and perseverance can sing.' — Heber J. Grant
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Baritone Sayings By Quincy Jones: I never felt like that in my life. I didn't know human beings played these I never felt like that in my life. I didn't know human beings played these instruments. I heard them in Chicago and Louisville and St. Louis all my life, you know? But I didn't know human beings played them, you know? So the next day I went to Coontz Junior High School and I started on sousaphone, tuba, B-flat baritone, E-flat alto, French horn, trombone. — Quincy Jones
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Baritone Sayings By Ilya Ilf: The gold-seekers began to work out what the main characters were like. They sketched out The gold-seekers began to work out what the main characters were like. They sketched out dramatis personae such as:

UGOLIN: A grand master of the Fascist Order (bass)
ALFONSINA: His daughter (coloratura soprano)
COMRADE MITIN: A Soviet inventor (baritone)
SFORZA: A fascist prince (tenor)
GAVRILA: A Soviet Young Communist (mezzo-soprano dressed as a man)
NINA: A Young Communist and daughter of a priest (lyric soprano) — Ilya Ilf
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Baritone Sayings By Kyra Davis: I heard people say that when you lose someone you love, they keep thinking they I heard people say that when you lose someone you love, they keep thinking they see him. Like when a stranger walks by, they'll do a double take to make sure it's not him. They'll hear his voice in a cafe only to realize that what they heard was the sound of some baritone DJ on the radio. — Kyra Davis
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Baritone Sayings By Joe Hill: As she stood there looking about, that radio sound resolved into the bluff baritone of As she stood there looking about, that radio sound resolved into the bluff baritone of Burl Ives, encouraging all the world to have a holly jolly Christmas, and never mind it was the third week of March. The voice was coming from the attached garage, a dingy building with a single roll-up door and four square windows looking into it, milky with filth. — Joe Hill
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Baritone Sayings By Joe Bastianich: I'm a baritone. Baritones don't mature until late. I'm a baritone. Baritones don't mature until late. — Joe Bastianich
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Baritone Sayings By David Bowie: When I was 9 years old, I wanted to be the baritone sax player in When I was 9 years old, I wanted to be the baritone sax player in the Little Richard band. — David Bowie
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Baritone Sayings By Patti Scialfa: When I was younger, I'd go to the Museum of Television and Radio in New When I was younger, I'd go to the Museum of Television and Radio in New York and watch this beautiful clip of Billie Holiday playing with a bassist, a pianist and Gerry Mulligan, who was a friend of mine, on baritone sax. At one point, she looks over at Gerry, and they just smile. When those moments happen, it's just lovely. — Patti Scialfa
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Baritone Sayings By Anuranjita Kumar: You need to speak up even if the room is full of baritones! You need to speak up even if the room is full of baritones! — Anuranjita Kumar
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Baritone Sayings By Gerry Mulligan: The baritone can serve functions that the alto and tenor cannot, in orchestral voicing. The baritone can serve functions that the alto and tenor cannot, in orchestral voicing. — Gerry Mulligan
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Baritone Sayings By Richard Llewellyn: Sing, then. Sing, indeed, with shoulders back, and head up so that song might go Sing, then. Sing, indeed, with shoulders back, and head up so that song might go to the roof and beyond to the sky. Mass on mass of tone, with a hard edge, and rich with quality, every single note a carpet of colour woven from basso profundo, and basso, and baritone, and alto, and tenor, and soprano, and also mezzo, and contralto, singing and singing, until life and all things living are become a song.
O, Voice of Man, organ of most lovely might. — Richard Llewellyn
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Baritone Sayings By Katherine Jenkins: I wasn't the best in my class at the Royal Academy. There was a really I wasn't the best in my class at the Royal Academy. There was a really good soprano and baritone who were technically better and are doing really well in opera now. But I was definitely the best mezzo-soprano in my class, because I was the only one of those! — Katherine Jenkins
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Baritone Sayings By Johnny Olson: Because of her interest and demands, I amplified an average baritone voice into one that Because of her interest and demands, I amplified an average baritone voice into one that is loud and clear. — Johnny Olson
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Baritone Sayings By Walt Whitman: All music is what awakes from you when you are reminded by the instruments. It All music is what awakes from you when you are reminded by the instruments. It is not the violins and the cornets-it is not the oboe nor the beating drums, nor the score of the baritone singer singing his sweet romanza-nor that of the women's chorus; it is nearer and farther than they. — Walt Whitman
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Baritone Sayings By Bryce Dessner: For years The National has been labeled as a gloomy kind of rock bandI think For years The National has been labeled as a gloomy kind of rock bandI think mostly because of Matt's deep baritone voice, which even if he is singing about unicorns and butterflies, he just sounds sad most of the time. — Bryce Dessner
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Baritone Sayings By Greg Howard: The first instrument I had was made in the late '70s. Back then they had The first instrument I had was made in the late '70s. Back then they had basically one tuning. I shifted slightly away from that tuning right away (to what is now called the Baritone Melody Tuning), because I wanted more string overlap between the two sides.The instrument I currently play has an active pickup system, Fret Rails, a fully adjustible bridge, adjustible truss, Flaps adjustible nut. Even with all of these advances, I'm always struck when I play the older instrument how good they were even then. Emmett's always been great at implementing his ideas. — Greg Howard
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Baritone Sayings By Anton Chekhov: But if you had asked him what his work was, he would look candidly and But if you had asked him what his work was, he would look candidly and openly at you with his large bright eyes through his gold pincenez, and would answer in a soft, velvety, lisping baritone: "My work is literature." — Anton Chekhov
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Baritone Sayings By A.E. Via: But now they must've worn off. He thought he may have groaned. It was hard But now they must've worn off. He thought he may have groaned. It was hard to be sure in his kinda awake state. He tried to move his hand and yelled out at the pain. Oh yeah, fractured wrist. "Easy there, bad boy." Oh my lord. Curtis would know that sexy whisky-dripped baritone anywhere. He'd force open his own eyes now just to see those green eyes looking down at him. He didn't care if his head exploded into a million pieces. It'd be worth it for this sight. "Open those beautiful baby blues," Genesis said in a hushed drawl. Curtis fought through the fog and the pain and cracked open his eyes. He blinked a few times at the harsh light above his head but he kept on until Genesis' gorgeous face was in focus. Curtis' lips parted in a smile. What on earth was he doing there? He believed it was a Monday now. Genesis should be in school. "Gen. — A.E. Via
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Baritone Sayings By John Green: Dear World, I am not hot for Will Grayson. But world, there's something else you Dear World, I am not hot for Will Grayson. But world, there's something else you should know about Will Grayson." And then he begins to sing, a Broadway baritone as big as his waist, "I can't live without him! — John Green
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Baritone Sayings By Eve Langlais: The second thing which made speechlessa state my dad would have found amusingwas the fact The second thing which made speechless
a state my dad would have found amusing
was the fact Mr. Hunky gave me a masculine grin
a naughty one which made me cream my panties
and said in a velvety baritone, "Run along, sweetheart. I've got this."
Me, one of Hell's most successful bounty hunters, dismissed with a smile and a wave of his hand. His treatment made me want to tear his pants off and ride him like a cowgirl
I mean, he'd called me sweetheart, how hot was that?
while at the same time making me see red. I'm gonna wipe the smirk off his face. Then I'm gonna kiss him. Then.. — Eve Langlais
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Baritone Sayings By Charlie N. Holmberg: I'm sorry. I'm a little on edge." "No need to remind me," Mg. Aviosky quipped I'm sorry. I'm a little on edge."
"No need to remind me," Mg. Aviosky quipped just as a real person emerged from that second right, some sort of ledger in his hands.
"There are guests at the door," the man said, closing the ledger. The ensuing burst of air rustled his wavy black hair. In words pitched at a light baritone, he added, "And I would have thought the knock gave it away. — Charlie N. Holmberg
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Baritone Sayings By Gerry Mulligan: In a way, I started out to be a baritone player. In a way, I started out to be a baritone player. — Gerry Mulligan
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Baritone Sayings By Gerry Mulligan: So I played alto for quite a while until I saved up the money for So I played alto for quite a while until I saved up the money for the baritone. — Gerry Mulligan
Baritone Sayings By John Cheever: We praise Him, we bless Him, we adore Him, we glorify Him, and we wonder We praise Him, we bless Him, we adore Him, we glorify Him, and we wonder who is that baritone across the aisle and that pretty woman on our right who smells of apple blossoms. Our bowels stir and our cod itches and we amend our prayers for the spiritual life with the hope that it will not be too spiritual. — John Cheever
Baritone Sayings By Shamir: I can hit baritone notes, and I can sing in the soprano range if I I can hit baritone notes, and I can sing in the soprano range if I wanted to. I did this thing a long time ago where I did a duet with myself. I sound like two different people. — Shamir
Baritone Sayings By Karen Marie Moning: It would seem you are in need of assistance, sidhe-seer." A musical baritone drifted through It would seem you are in need of assistance, sidhe-seer." A musical baritone drifted through the window, otherworldly, sensuous, and punctuated by a forbidding growl of thunder. — Karen Marie Moning
Baritone Sayings By Kimberly Cates: Just who am I?" the rough baritone asked in the infuriatingly amused tone one might Just who am I?" the rough baritone asked in the infuriatingly amused tone one might use with a temperamental child. You're a monster, she wanted to say. A giant - huge and thickly muscled and terrifying. But she flung back her answer like her papa's own daughter. "You're the rebel bastard Glen Lyon. — Kimberly Cates
Baritone Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: Opera is when a tenor and soprano want to make love, but are prevented from Opera is when a tenor and soprano want to make love, but are prevented from doing so by a baritone. — George Bernard Shaw
Baritone Sayings By Anne Sexton: Please God, we're all right here. Please leave us alone.Don't send death in his fat Please God, we're all right here. Please leave us alone.
Don't send death in his fat red suit and his ho-ho baritone. — Anne Sexton
Baritone Sayings By Jim Crace: You can't sing baritone when you're a soprano. You can't sing baritone when you're a soprano. — Jim Crace
Baritone Sayings By Tina Brown: Obama's great asset has always been an ability to maintain his air of authority without Obama's great asset has always been an ability to maintain his air of authority without being baritone about it. He can be boring, but he is never ridiculous or pompous. — Tina Brown
Baritone Sayings By Jim Butcher: Booya!" I shouted in pure triumph, the adrenaline turning my manly baritone into a rather Booya!" I shouted in pure triumph, the adrenaline turning my manly baritone into a rather terrified-sounding shriek. "What have you got for fiery beams of death, huh? You got nothing for fiery beam of death! Might as well go back to Atari, bug-boy, 'cause you don't got game enough for me! — Jim Butcher
Baritone Sayings By Lee Ritenour: I used a baritone guitar with a very unusual tuning that became the body of I used a baritone guitar with a very unusual tuning that became the body of the composition, while the classical guitar is on top of it with the main rhythm part. — Lee Ritenour
Baritone Sayings By Ned Hayes: Stars flicker above, points of bright ice in a dark river. I pull a heavy Stars flicker above, points of bright ice in a dark river. I pull a heavy sheepskin around my legs and stretch my feet toward the fire. Despite the cold, Liam plays his flute, the sound whistling through the night. Soon my eyes are heavy, my head nodding.I open my eyes at the deep melodious baritone of Salvius's voice telling a tale. Liam's flute is silent now. I have heard Salvius tell many tales on market days; he is known for his memory of wandering minstrels and mummers who visit us at Whitsunday and through Midsummer. Salvius is a mockingbird: he can give a fair charade of the rhythmic tones of any wandering bard or any noble of the Royal Court.In this darkness, his eyes catch the light like a cat in the night. — Ned Hayes
Baritone Sayings By Christopher Buehlman: I assume you are the sort of person who would go backstage after the opera I assume you are the sort of person who would go backstage after the opera in hopes of hearing the prima donna crying on the telephone, or walking in on the baritone fellating the basso buffo. I respect that-I was always the same way myself-though I suspect you are not very happy. Happiness is the province of those who ask few questions. I remember, even before this was visited upon me, how I envied those who eagerly did what they were told: those who married without complaint at father's behest; those who looked up rather than sideways in church; those, in short, who honestly believed in God, good kings, and righteous wars. — Christopher Buehlman
Baritone Sayings By Jim Butcher: We need to get out," I said. My voice sounded raw to me. "Trouble coming.""No," We need to get out," I said. My voice sounded raw to me. "Trouble coming."
"No," said a beautiful Sidhe baritone. "Trouble is here."
They appeared from behind their veils, one by one, with so much melodrama that I was mildly surprised that they hadn't each struck some kind of kung fu pose. — Jim Butcher
Baritone Sayings By Robert Benchley: Consider the number of young people all over the world who are getting married, day Consider the number of young people all over the world who are getting married, day in and day out, for no other reason than thatsomeone of the opposite sex looks well in a green jersey or sings baritone, and then tell me that divorce has reached menacing proportions. The surface of divorce has not even been scratched yet. — Robert Benchley
Baritone Sayings By Rex Stout: His oratorical baritone was raspy and supercilious under the strain. "You say you are not His oratorical baritone was raspy and supercilious under the strain. "You say you are not interested," he told Wolfe, "in the factors of means and opportunity. The motive is palpable for all of us, but it is also palpable that Miss Duday is biased by animus. She cannot support her statement that after June thirtieth my income from the corporation would have ceased. I deny that Miss Eads intended to take any action so ill advised and irresponsible. — Rex Stout
Baritone Sayings By Rex Stout: I don't ask for a miracle," Helmar resumed, "but I do need speed, boldness, and I don't ask for a miracle," Helmar resumed, "but I do need speed, boldness, and sagacity." He was in the red leather chair beyond the end of Wolfe's desk, with his briefcase on the little table at his elbow. His voice was a raspy oratorical baritone, hard and bony like him. He was going on. "And discretion - that is essential. You have it, I know. As for me, I am a senior partner in a law firm of the highest repute, with offices at Forty Wall Street. A young woman for whom I am responsible has disappeared, and there is reason to fear that she is doing something foolish and may even be in jeopardy. She must be found as quickly as possible. — Rex Stout
Baritone Sayings By Richard Thompson: Sitting around home I mostly play acoustic. I've got seven or eight guitars of various Sitting around home I mostly play acoustic. I've got seven or eight guitars of various sorts, including a baritone. Sometimes at home, because a guitar is just lying around, that's the guitar I pick up rather than actually choosing something. I try to plan ahead for my laziness by leaving interesting things scattered about. If I leave a baritone guitar lying around, that's the one I'll pick up, and I'll start writing baritoney things. — Richard Thompson
Baritone Sayings By David Bowie: I wanted to be Gerry Mulligan, only, see, I didn't have any kind of technique. I wanted to be Gerry Mulligan, only, see, I didn't have any kind of technique. So I thought, well, baritone sax is kind of easier; I can manage that - except I couldn't afford a baritone, so I bought an alto, which was the same fingering. — David Bowie
Baritone Sayings By Joni Mitchell: When I was 19 I went to art school. I had six months of teaching When I was 19 I went to art school. I had six months of teaching myself to play baritone ukulele under my belt, so was sort of a novice folkie ... I was singing folk songs at that time. — Joni Mitchell
Baritone Sayings By Tijan: He blinked. He broke. I won. Then he laughed in a smooth baritone voice. Yeah, He blinked. He broke. I won. Then he laughed in a smooth baritone voice. Yeah, you're my kid alright. — Tijan
Baritone Sayings By Gaston Bachelard: If I were a psychiatrist, I should advise my patients who suffer from "anguish" to If I were a psychiatrist, I should advise my patients who suffer from "anguish" to read this poem of Baudelaire's whenever an attack seems imminent. Very gently, they should pronounce Baudelaire's key word, vast. For it is a word that brings calm and unity; it opens up unlimited space. It also teaches us to breathe with the air that rests on the horizon, far from the walls of the chimerical prisons that are the cause of our anguish. It has a vocal excellence that is effective on the very threshhold of our vocal powers. The French baritone, Charles Panzera, who is sensitive to poetry, once told me that, according to certain experimental psychologists, it is impossible to think the vowel sound ah without a tautening of the vocal chords. In other words, we read ah and the voice is ready to sing. The letter a, which is the main body of the word vast, stands aloof in its delicacy, an anacoluthon of spoken sensibility. — Gaston Bachelard
Baritone Sayings By Frank Zappa: On the Planet of Baritone women, they talk low. On the Planet of Baritone women, they talk low. — Frank Zappa
Baritone Sayings By Sara Humphreys: I must have a screw loose," she muttered under her breath. Satisfied the counter was I must have a screw loose," she muttered under her breath. Satisfied the counter was clean, she squatted down and put the cleaning supplies away in the cabinet beneath the register. "Yup. There's definitely something wrong with me."
"Are you looking for confirmation on that?" Jordan's heart hitched in her chest as Gavin's familiar baritone filled the shop. "Or am I supposed to argue with you? — Sara Humphreys
Baritone Sayings By Lizzie Ashworth: The question kept breaking into her thoughts as she maneuvered through light traffic and an The question kept breaking into her thoughts as she maneuvered through light traffic and an increasingly difficult roadway. On impulse, she pulled into the crowded parking lot at the supermarket and made her way down one aisle and then another, tossing things into the basket without any real plan. Part of her wanted to snuggle into a cozy domestic situation with Jarrod, snow piled high outside, a pot of soup simmering on the stove, maybe a pie in the oven, and his rumbling baritone muttering sweet nothings in her ear. The other part wanted to run, fast, to her office and lock herself inside where she would scan potential vacation spots and book her flight. Leave tomorrow or, well, as soon as the runways were clear. — Lizzie Ashworth
Baritone Sayings By Quincy Jones: After I learned the piano, I went on to learn percussion, the tuba, b-flat baritone, After I learned the piano, I went on to learn percussion, the tuba, b-flat baritone, French horn, trombone, trumpet, most of the instruments in the orchestra. Trumpet was my instrument. — Quincy Jones
Baritone Sayings By Richard Corliss: Nixon, with his mellifluous baritone, was a great politician for radio but creepy on TV. Nixon, with his mellifluous baritone, was a great politician for radio but creepy on TV. — Richard Corliss
Baritone Sayings By Steve Lacy: The soprano has all those other instruments in it. It's got the soprano song voice, The soprano has all those other instruments in it. It's got the soprano song voice, flute, violin, clarinet, and tenor elements and can even approach the baritone in intensity. — Steve Lacy
Baritone Sayings By Colin Meloy: I wish I had a better range, but I really have a super-limited one. Barely I wish I had a better range, but I really have a super-limited one. Barely a tenor, dips into baritone - that's about it. — Colin Meloy
Baritone Sayings By Benjamin Alire Saenz: I always thought of men as being hard - maybe because I was hard. But I always thought of men as being hard - maybe because I was hard. But there was a softness in Tom that betrayed his large masculine hands and his deep baritone voice. He knew something about love that I didn't. I don't know where he'd learned it, but it wasn't something you got from a book, not something you could learn in an online class, not something you could borrow. Maybe it was something you were born with. Some people knew how to love and some people didn't. Tom was the former. I was the latter. I didn't know which one of us had it worse — Benjamin Alire Saenz
Baritone Sayings By Terry Teachout: Most of us remember Nat King Cole as a vocalist. His warm, grainy baritone is Most of us remember Nat King Cole as a vocalist. His warm, grainy baritone is still so closely identified with such familiar ballads as 'Stardust' and 'The Christmas Song' that it's hard to imagine anyone else performing them. — Terry Teachout
Baritone Sayings By Jesse Tyler Ferguson: I don't have that kind of voice, the big baritone or rousing tenor sound. My I don't have that kind of voice, the big baritone or rousing tenor sound. My wheelhouse was in the frothier pieces. So my appreciation for those older musicals and revivals grew. — Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Baritone Sayings By David Benioff: The man knows he's a target. He's very careful. The'll find the guns.'Kolya responded with The man knows he's a target. He's very careful. The'll find the guns.'
Kolya responded with a mournful fart, low and solemn as a single note of a baritone horn. — David Benioff
Baritone Sayings By Placido Domingo: When I was a young man, I was a baritone, very far from possessing the When I was a young man, I was a baritone, very far from possessing the whole range of the tenor then. — Placido Domingo
Baritone Sayings By Melody Anne: The deep baritone of his voice, and the words he uttered, held Haley spellbound. Was The deep baritone of his voice, and the words he uttered, held Haley spellbound. Was she beautiful? As she'd looked in the mirror at the glimmering teal gown, she'd felt ... different, more attractive. But would she go so far as to say she was beautiful? No one had ever told her she was - certainly not her grandparents - so how could she think that of herself? — Melody Anne
Baritone Sayings By David S. Ware: Well, you know, the first step I took was to drop the alto and baritone Well, you know, the first step I took was to drop the alto and baritone and concentrate on tenor exclusively, a decision I've never really looked back on with any regret. Another thing was that I was 17 when I moved up there, and my listening had really focused on freer music in the previous couple of years- Coltrane was playing with his expanded group, and everyone was listening closely to that, and we were into Shepp and Ayler as well. — David S. Ware
Baritone Sayings By Philip K. Dick: Baritone, cultivated, rolling-out-smooth voice familiar to Reiss. 'This is Doktor Goebbels. Baritone, cultivated, rolling-out-smooth voice familiar to Reiss. 'This is Doktor Goebbels. — Philip K. Dick
Baritone Sayings By Megan McCafferty: Jessica ... The sound of his voice saying my name soothed me, and it's all Jessica ... The sound of his voice saying my name soothed me, and it's all I wanted to hear him say. Just my name, over and over and over again in his buttery baritone. I wanted my name to be his mantra, the word he meditated on, his tool for finding calm in the world.
But he kept on talking. — Megan McCafferty
Baritone Sayings By Jim Butcher: Mac folded his arms on the bar and looked at me intently and said, in Mac folded his arms on the bar and looked at me intently and said, in a resonant baritone, "You've got to be very careful, Harry."
I looked at him, shocked. He'd ... used grammar. — Jim Butcher
Baritone Sayings By Pepper Adams: No baritone player should be afraid of the noise it makes. Harry Carney isn't! No baritone player should be afraid of the noise it makes. Harry Carney isn't! — Pepper Adams
Baritone Sayings By Mark Ronson: You know, that was the first time [with Any Winehouse] that I probably ever used You know, that was the first time [with Any Winehouse] that I probably ever used a baritone sax. And it's certainly the texture that, you know - it's all over the record 'cause it's a nice compliment to her tone. — Mark Ronson
Baritone Sayings By Grace Jones: There're lots of musicians in my family, too. My mother sings incredibly well. I've got There're lots of musicians in my family, too. My mother sings incredibly well. I've got to make a record with my mother's voice on it. She sings a lyric soprano. We do the opposite. I'm a baritone. She's a star singer in her church. She always does her solo. — Grace Jones
Baritone Sayings By Steve Carell: I play the baritone horn - which is like a mini tuba, and is the I play the baritone horn - which is like a mini tuba, and is the least sexy instrument you can choose, and I generally say I don't play one so I don't have to acknowledge it. I also play fife. — Steve Carell
Baritone Sayings By Will Hermes: When I discovered Gil Scott-Heron, I discovered a musical hero, a man who spoke baritone When I discovered Gil Scott-Heron, I discovered a musical hero, a man who spoke baritone truth to power over jazzy funk at a time when funky music was primarily about shake, shake, shaking your booty. — Will Hermes
Baritone Sayings By Jo Grafford: I've a need for knowing what potion you mixed with these, lass." The rich baritone I've a need for knowing what potion you mixed with these, lass." The rich baritone of his voice washed over her with a mesmerizing quality. She liked the sound. A lot. 'Twas deep and majestic, the kind of voice a body would never tire of hearing....
Apparently we have company. We shall finish this conversation anon."
"I highly doubt that we will," she retorted. "My brother has arrived to accuse me of witchcraft and arrest me. Unless you are available for hire as my protector, this conversation is quite finished."
Instead of appearing shocked, the stranger's eyes took on a twinkle. "Is that so? Most damsels in your distressed shoes would be either weeping or swooning by now. Instead you offer me employment. I'll admit I am fascinated by your offer. — Jo Grafford
Baritone Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: It was still dark when Jack left on Friday morning. He sat beside me on It was still dark when Jack left on Friday morning. He sat beside me on the bed and pulled my sleeping body upward, holding me. I awakened with a murmur, and he held my head in one hand, long fingers cupping firmly around my skull. His rich baritone was soft in my ear. "You do what you have to. I won't stand in the way. But when I come back, you're not shutting me out, you hear? I'm going to take you somewhere . . . a nice long vacation . . . and we're going to talk, and I'm going to hold you while you cry until you feel better. And we'll get you through this." He kissed my cheek and smoothed my hair, and lowered me back to the mattress. — Lisa Kleypas
Baritone Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: Of all natural forces, vitality is the incommunicable one ... Vitality never "takes." You have Of all natural forces, vitality is the incommunicable one ... Vitality never "takes." You have it or you haven't it, like health or brown eyes or a baritone voice. — F Scott Fitzgerald
Baritone Sayings By Bobby Keys: I played in the high school band. I was the one baritone saxophone out of I played in the high school band. I was the one baritone saxophone out of 80 other people. No one could tell whether I was hittin' the right notes or the wrong notes. — Bobby Keys
Baritone Sayings By Ashlan Thomas: Next time more baritone in your voice, Abigail Miller, you made me sound like a Next time more baritone in your voice, Abigail Miller, you made me sound like a chipmunk. — Ashlan Thomas
Baritone Sayings By David Lehman: Someday I'd like to goto Atlantic City with younot to gamble (just beingthere with you Someday I'd like to go
to Atlantic City with you
not to gamble (just being
there with you is enough
of a gamble) but to ride
the high white breakers
have a Manhattan and listen
to a baritone saxophone
play a tune called "Salsa
Eyes" with you beside me
on a banquette but why
stop there let's go to
Paris in November when
it's raining and we read
the Tribune at La Rotonde
our hotel room has a big
bathtub I knew you'd like
that and we can be a couple
of unknown Americans what
are we waiting for let's go — David Lehman
Baritone Sayings By Kinley MacGregor: Staring at the floor, she didn't even look up as the final contestant entered.Not until Staring at the floor, she didn't even look up as the final contestant entered.
Not until she heard a deep, rich baritone that filled the hall with the most beautiful sound she had ever heard.
Her heart pounding, she looked up to see Stryder holding his mother's lute.
Only it wasn't a love song he sang.
More like a limerick, it was a song about a woman who fancied herself a goose.
And a man who gobbled her up.
Laughter and applause rang out as soon as he strummed the last note.
Breathe, breathe.
It was the only thing Rowena could think. And even that couldn't get her to take a breath as Stryder approached her.
He smoothed her hair and straightened her feathered crown. "Methinks my goose has molted."
Rowena laughed as more tears streaked down her face. — Kinley MacGregor