timbre - Actor Paul Robeson is famous for the rich timbre of his voice.
; Main Entry : tim·bre ; Variant(s) : also tim·ber \ˈtam-bər, ˈtim-; ˈtam(brə)\ ; Function : noun ; Etymology : French, from Middle French, bell struck by a hammer, from Old French, drum, from Middle Greek tymbanon kettledrum, from Greek tympanon - more at tympanum ; Date : 1845 : the quality given to a sound by its overtones: as a: the resonance by which the ear recognizes and identifies a voiced speech sound b: the quality of tone distinctive of a particular singing voice or musical instrument
French to English Timbre mean Stamp
Timbre is the level of sound quality of a musical instrument.
Timbre means the quality of sound that distinguishes one voice or instrument from another.
Timbre is the characteristic or quality of a musical sound or voice as distinct from its pitch and intensity.
Structure can have different meanings, but Timbre infers tone, not duration
The quality of sound!!
The word is "timbre," which means the quality or type of sound. For example, a trumpet has a different timbre than a cello.
Timbre is pronounced TAM-BAR
it is a rough and enchanting timbre
If you mean timbre : stamp. But it can also caracterize the sound of a voice or of an instrument.
The timbre of a guitar is guitar timbre. I'm not sure you know what timbre is. It's the sound an instrument or voice has, so it can't be described, only heard. So, whichever guitar you have, the way it sounds is its timbre. On the same pitch your singing voice and your guitar, or your flute or whatever, sound different than each other, that difference is the timbre. Timbre cannot be described in numerical terms.
a timbre in a song is the tone colour or tone quality. Examples of Timbre: how does the song sound, is it sad and somber, or is it light and happy, or something in-between. is the musci peasing or is it harsh?
Timbre is the tone quality or color, the acoustic texture produced by a given instrument. It's how the listener can discern different instruments or voices, and is typically described with vague adjectives like dark, warm, bright, and so on. Some acousticians have described timbre as everything about the sound besides its pitch and volume.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------In simple terms, timbre is what makes a particular musical sound different from another, even when they have the same pitch and loudness.
The timbre of a harp is smooth, mystical, bewitching, enchanting and haunting.
timbre is the sound made from a harp.!thankss.. lovee nessah && noelle...=)
You can't use dynamics or timbre on a harpsichord, but you can on a piano
timbre is the instruments and voices in the piece of music being played
Timbre - album - was created in 1919-11.
they are the basic elements of music
the timbre of classical music? i was about to askthat as well! it consists of voices and instruments
The timbre is mellow, warm and resonant on all instruments.
The timbre of a song is specifically referring to the emotions given off from the song
The timbre (pronounced 'tam-ber') of an instrument refers to the quality of the sound it produces.The term be used to compare different instruments or different players of the same instrument:A trumpet has a different timbre than a piano.Wynton Marsalis has an unmatched timbre.
Timbre is simply the feel that distinguishes one sound from another; a flute from an oboe.
A postage stamp is 'un timbre / un timbre-poste' in French.