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Baritone

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A baritone is a male vocal singing voice, or the repertoire of songs and roles for that voice type. It is the most common human male voice type.

Baritones have a vocal range between the tenor (higher) and bass (lower) ranges. Though baritones may actually be able to reach high or low notes, they sing most comfortably in a medium range.